Coweta High School

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Coweta High School
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14607 S. 305th Street 74429
Coweta, Oklahoma
United States
Type Public Secondary
Oversight Coweta School District
Principal Mr. Ellis
Faculty 50 FTE
Grades 10–12
Enrollment approx. 700
Color(s) Orange and Black
Mascot Tigers
Accreditation Oklahoma State Department of Education
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Coweta High School is a public school located in Coweta, Oklahoma and is accredited by the Oklahoma State Board of Education and the North Central Association of Secondary Schools. This school services grades ten through twelve with approximately 700 students in attendance.

With the core subjects Coweta High School also has elective classes that range from Art to Video Production. Students attending Coweta High school also have the opportunity to go to vocational training through Indian Capital Technology Center in Muskogee, Oklahoma. In 2015, Coweta High School Band Director Chris Koehn was named the Coweta District Teacher of the Year.[1]


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Coordinates: 35°57′00″N 95°38′11″W / 35.949881°N 95.636423°W / 35.949881; -95.636423