Chilhowie High School

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Chilhowie High School

1160 East Lee Highway
Chilhowie, Virginia 24319

36°48′16.3″N 81°40′28″W / 36.804528°N 81.67444°W / 36.804528; -81.67444Coordinates: 36°48′16.3″N 81°40′28″W / 36.804528°N 81.67444°W / 36.804528; -81.67444
School type Public, high school
Founded 1959
School district Smyth County Schools
Superintendent Dr. Dennis Carter [1]
Principal Mr. Mike Sturgill
Grades 9-12
Enrollment 452 [2][3] (2012)
Language English
Color(s)      Black and      Orange
Athletics Football, Volleyball, Golf, Cross Country, Track, Basketball, Wrestling, Baseball, Softball, Swim
Athletics conference Hogoheegee District
Region C
Mascot Warriors
Feeder schools Chilhowie Middle School

Chilhowie High School is located in the town of Chilhowie, Virginia. It was founded in 1959 and is part of the Smyth County School Division.

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Chilhowie competes in VHSL sanctioned baseball, basketball, cross country, football, golf, softball, track, wrestling, and volleyball. Chilhowie competes academically in the Southwest Academic Conference.


Chilhowie won the VHSL Group A state championship in 1970 with a score of 7-6 over Fluvanna.[4] On September 14, 1979, Chilhowie beat Holston High School in a Hogoheegee District game 91-0.[5]

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