Drury High School

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Drury High School is a public school located in North Adams, Massachusetts. Part of the North Adams Public School District, it serves students in grades 8-12 from North Adams, and the towns of Clarksburg, Florida, Monroe, as well as from the Vermont towns of Readsboro, and Stamford.

Drury High School
High School, North Adams, MA.jpg
1865 school building
Address
1130 South Church Street
North Adams, Massachusetts 01247
Information
Type Public
Open enrollment[1]
Status Open
School district North Adams Public Schools
Superintendent Dr. Barbara Malkas
Principal Timothy Callahan
Grades 8-12
Age 13 to 18
Enrollment 459
Language English
School color(s) Blue and White
Athletics Football, Baseball, Basketball, Bowling, Cheerleading, Cross-Country, Golf, Soccer, Softball, Track, and Co-op Sports,
Mascot Blue Devil
Average SAT scores 472 verbal
477 math
468 writing
1417 total (2015-2016)[2]
Yearbook Nathanite
Website

Current standing[edit]

Drury currently serves grades 8-12.

As of 2014, it had a student body of 459 students.

The school's mascot is the Blue Devil.

The school colors are blue and white.         

Drury competes primarily within Berkshire County, though a small portion of its non-league independent schedule includes similar-size schools from the Connecticut River Valley of Western Massachusetts and nearby Vermont.

One of two high schools in North Adams, Massachusetts (Charles H. McCann Technical High School)

Most traditional rival is Hoosac Valley High School of Cheshire.

Notable alumni[edit]

References[edit]

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Coordinates: 42°40′12.64″N 73°05′47.10″W / 42.6701778°N 73.0964167°W / 42.6701778; -73.0964167