Daniel Boone High School (Tennessee)

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Daniel Boone High School

1440 Suncrest Drive
Gray, Tennessee 37615

36°22′57.5″N 82°30′4.9″W / 36.382639°N 82.501361°W / 36.382639; -82.501361Coordinates: 36°22′57.5″N 82°30′4.9″W / 36.382639°N 82.501361°W / 36.382639; -82.501361
Type High school
Established 1971
School district Washington County

Tim Campbell

Assistsnt Principals: Jeremy Jenkins, Pam Proffitt, Cheryl McHone
Grades 9 - 12
Enrollment 1,300
Mascot Trailblazers
Alumni Ryan McDonough

Daniel Boone High School is located in Gray, Tennessee. It is one of two high schools in the Washington County School System.

Daniel Boone High School opened in 1971-1972 to serve the students of the northern half of Washington County. Its feeder schools are Boones Creek, Fall Branch, Gray, Ridgeview, and Sulphur Springs elementary/middle schools. The school's athletic & academic teams compete as the "Trailblazers" and wear colors of scarlet and old gold. Daniel Boone High School also has a successful Marine Corps ROTC program with award winning drill teams.

In 2008 the football field was named after long time head coach Ken Green. He had been coach for over 30 years

Daniel Boone High School's enrollment has been fairly steady for the last few years, remaining between 1100 and 1300 students.

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