Carlisle High School (Carlisle, Ohio)

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Carlisle High School
250 Jamaica Road
Carlisle, Ohio 45005
United States
Coordinates 39°35′17″N 84°19′22″W / 39.58806°N 84.32278°W / 39.58806; -84.32278Coordinates: 39°35′17″N 84°19′22″W / 39.58806°N 84.32278°W / 39.58806; -84.32278
School type Public
Founded 1815
Superintendent Larry Hook
Principal Bradley Potter
Teaching staff 38.29 (FTE)
Grades 912
Enrollment 451 (2012-2013)
Student to teacher ratio 11.78
Color(s) Red and Gray         
Nickname Indians

Carlisle High School is a public high school in Carlisle, Ohio.


Carlisle High School is the senior high school in the Carlisle Local School District. The school was originally located in two story building on the corner of Jamaica Road and Fairview Drive. It is now at 250 Jamaica Road. The current building, constructed in 1972, was built for efficiency in climate control. Earthen mounds surround the building, and the building is partially set in the ground.


Two AP classes are offered. The Ohio Education Association considers Carlisle High School to be an "Excellent" rated school.[citation needed] Carlisle is also a member of the High Schools That Work Association, a group that helps secondary education institutions set goals for improvement.[citation needed]


The demographic breakdown of the 451 students enrolled for the 2012-2013 school year was:

  • Male - 54.8%
  • Female - 45.2%
  • Asian/Pacific islander - 1.3%
  • Black - 1.1%
  • Hispanic - 1.8%
  • White - 93.6%
  • Multiracial - 2.2%

In addition, 35.7% of the students were eligible for free or reduced lunches.[1]


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