Central Noble High School

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Central Noble High School
Address
302 Cougar Court
Albion, Indiana, Noble County 46701
Coordinates 41°23′54″N 85°25′08″W / 41.39833°N 85.41889°W / 41.39833; -85.41889Coordinates: 41°23′54″N 85°25′08″W / 41.39833°N 85.41889°W / 41.39833; -85.41889
Information
Type Public high school
School district Central Noble Community School Corporation
Principal Geoffrey Brose
Faculty 28
Grades 9-12
Enrollment 438 (2013-2014)
Color(s)          
Athletics conference Northeast Corner Conference of Indiana
Team name Cougars
Rivals Churubusco Jr/Sr High School
Information (260) 636-2117
Website

Central Noble High School is a public high school in the town of Albion, Indiana, United States. It is the high school for the Central Noble Community Schools. Students from Albion Elementary, Wolf Lake Elementary, and Central Noble Middle School[1] are sent to the high school after passing the eighth grade.

Mission statement[edit]

The mission statement for CNHS is as follows:

"Central Noble High School strives to educate all students to their fullest potential by developing skills and attitudes for success and the desire for lifelong learning."

Ethnicity[edit]

Central Noble High School had an enrollment of 436 students as of 2012. A breakdown of the student's ethnicity[2] is displayed below:

  • White: 415 students
  • Black: 3 student
  • Hispanic: 7 students
  • Asian: 3 students
  • American Indian: 4 students
  • Multiracial: 4 students

Athletics[edit]

Central Noble High School Track and Field Athletes.

Central Noble High School sports operate under the Indiana High School Athletic Association (IHSAA),[3] in the Northeast Corner Conference (NECC). Students have many opportunities to play sports at the high school. To be eligible to play a sport at CNHS a student may have at most one failing grade. A grade check to determine eligibility is performed at the start of the semester preceding the sport the student wishes to play. The sports at CNHS are listed below:[4]

Fall:

Winter:

Spring:

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