Cottage Grove High School

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Cottage Grove High School
Cottage Grove High School (Cottage Grove, Oregon).jpg
1375 South River Road
Cottage Grove, (Lane County), Oregon 97424
United States
Coordinates43°47′10″N 123°04′11″W / 43.786168°N 123.069851°W / 43.786168; -123.069851Coordinates: 43°47′10″N 123°04′11″W / 43.786168°N 123.069851°W / 43.786168; -123.069851
Opened1940 (new building opened in 2003)
School districtSouth Lane School District[1]
SuperintendentDr. Larry Sullivan (Interm)
PrincipalMike Ingman[1][2]
Number of students~800[1]
Color(s)Royal blue and gold          
Athletics conferenceOSAA Sky-Em League 4A-5[1]
USNWR ranking21st in Oregon (2018)
NewspaperLion's Roar
YearbookLion Tracks

Cottage Grove High School is a public high school located in Cottage Grove, Oregon, United States.


A newer school building, opened in 2003, replaced the old high school building which had been built in 1939 and held its first classes in 1940. The school was originally located at 1000 Taylor Avenue.


In 2008, 92% of the school's seniors received a high school diploma. Of 195 students, 180 graduated, nine dropped out, three received a modified diploma, and three were still in high school the following year.[3][4]


State championships[edit]

  • Boys 4A state swimming champions a total of 10 times and district/league champions 31 times
  • Boys 4A state soccer champions in 2008[citation needed]
  • Girls 4A state basketball champions in 2010[citation needed]
  • Boys 3A state basketball champions 1991
  • 3A state cheer champions 1991
  • 4A state football champions 2017

Other extracurricular activities[edit]

Notable awards[edit]

  • Oregon High School Chess State Champions in 2011[5]


  1. ^ a b c d e f "OSAA School Directory - Cottage Grove High School".
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  3. ^ "State releases high school graduation rates". The Oregonian. 2009-06-30. Retrieved 2009-07-01.
  4. ^ "Oregon dropout rates for 2008". The Oregonian. 2009-06-30. Retrieved 2009-07-01.
  5. ^ "2011 Championship". Oregon High School Chess Team Association. Retrieved 2011-06-08.