Crosby High School (Connecticut)

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Crosby High School
300 Pierpont Road
Waterbury, CT 06705

United States
Coordinates 41°32′52″N 72°58′27″W / 41.547776°N 72.974142°W / 41.547776; -72.974142Coordinates: 41°32′52″N 72°58′27″W / 41.547776°N 72.974142°W / 41.547776; -72.974142
Type Comprehensive Public High School
School district Waterbury Public Schools
Superintendent Dr. Kathleen M. Ouellette
Principal Jade L. Gopie
Faculty 89
Grades 9–12
Enrollment 1368
Color(s) Blue / White
Mascot Bulldogs; formerly Old Ivy; Ivy
Newspaper Argus
Information 203.574.8061

Crosby High School is a public high school located in the East End section of the city of Waterbury, Connecticut. It is part of the Waterbury Public Schools district. It was first opened in 1851 and is currently the third oldest high school in Connecticut. It has an enrollment of approximately 1368 students.[1] Originally located at 255 East Main Street in Waterbury, it moved to 300 Pierpont Road in September, 1974. It is attached to Wallace Middle School. The principal is Jade Lee Gopie.


When first opened 164 years ago it was called Waterbury High. A fire destroyed Waterbury High building after which a second one opened in 1873 on Elm Street.

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  1. ^ "Crosby High School". GreatSchools Inc. Retrieved 14 April 2010. 

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