Charleston High School (Missouri)

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Charleston High School
Thorn Road
Charleston, Missouri
Coordinates 36°54′57″N 89°20′10″W / 36.91573°N 89.33616°W / 36.91573; -89.33616Coordinates: 36°54′57″N 89°20′10″W / 36.91573°N 89.33616°W / 36.91573; -89.33616
School district Charleston R-1 Public School
Principal Kathy Browning
Color(s) Blue and White
Mascot Bluejays
Newspaper Eagle Courier

Charleston High School is a public high school that serves 313 students from grades 9–12, located in Charleston, Missouri.[1] The principal is Kathy Browning.


Charleston has won 11 Missouri state high school boys basketball championships: 1975, 1980, 1983, 1986, 1987, 1989, 1990, 1992, 1996, 2007, and 2012. Their sports program has produced two known professional athletes, Matt Whiteside.[2] and Charlie Babb. Babb was a safety with the Miami Dolphins football team 1972-79 and was on the team that won the Super Bowl.


Charleston High School offers multiple clubs and activities, including marching band, library club, National Honor Society and Students Against Drunk Driving.[3]

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