East Clinton High School

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East Clinton High School in Lees Creek, Ohio.
East Clinton High School
Address
174 Larrick Road
Sabina, Ohio, (Clinton County) 45169
United States
Coordinates 39°25′5″N 83°38′54″W / 39.41806°N 83.64833°W / 39.41806; -83.64833Coordinates: 39°25′5″N 83°38′54″W / 39.41806°N 83.64833°W / 39.41806; -83.64833
Information
Type Public, Coeducational high school
Established 1966
School district East Clinton Local, Clinton County
Superintendent Eric Magee
Principal Kerri Matheny
Grades 9-12
Enrollment 450 (2008)
Campus Rural
Color(s) Scarlet and Gray[1]         
Athletics conference Southern Buckeye Athletic/Academic Conference[1]
Mascot Astros Shooting Star
Team name Astros[1]
Rival Clinton Massie Falcons
Communities served Sabina, New Vienna, Lees Creek, Reesville
Alumni

Gran Bel Fisher (Formerly known as Jesse Littleton). Jesse was a member of Marshal Dyllon [2] and later went on to have a successful career as the front man for the band, Gran Bel Fisher. Gran Bel Fisher has appeared on shows such as Jimmy Kimmel Live!

Brent Bogan is a nationally sought after speaker and author in the field of education. He specializes in classroom management strategies and is the co-founder of the company Unconventional Classroom.
Superintendent Eric Magee
Athletic Director James Marsh[1]
Website

East Clinton High School is a public high school in Sabina, Ohio. It is the only high school in the East Clinton Local School district. East Clinton Local School district was formed in 1966 from the two districts of New Kenton Local Schools (formed the year before by combining Simon Kenton Local Schools and New Vienna Local Schools) and Sabina Local Schools. East Clinton Local Schools cover the eastern portion of Clinton County. It serves the students in the townships of Richland, Wayne, Wilson, and Green, as well as the villages of Sabina, Reesville, Lees Creek and New Vienna The first graduating class was in 1966. Today there are about 1,600 students district wide, with about 450 at East Clinton High School. On October 27, 2012, Vice President hopeful Paul Ryan visited the school for a campaign rally for Mitt Romney. The event was attended by over 700 local residents.

East Clinton's athletic teams, known as the Astros, formerly participated in the Fort Ancient Valley Conference (1974–1977)[3] and Scioto Valley Conference. In 2012, East Clinton left the Southern Buckeye Athletic/Academic Conference for the South Central Ohio League.

Schools in East Clinton Local School District[edit]

School Nickname Location Colors Year Built
East Clinton High School Astros Sabina, Ohio           Gray & Red 1999
East Clinton Middle School Astros Sabina, Ohio           Gray & Red 1928
New Vienna Elementary School Astros New Vienna, Ohio           Gray & Scarlet 1996
Sabina Elementary School Astros Sabina, Ohio           Gray & Scarlet 1996

Notes and references[edit]

  1. ^ a b c d OHSAA. "Ohio High School Athletic Association member directory". Retrieved 2010-02-17. 
  2. ^ DiLonardo, Mary Jo (2000-12-22). "Country music goes Backstreet with Marshall Dyllon". CNNfyi.com. Retrieved 2007-12-2
  3. ^ "History". Fort Ancient Valley Conference. 2006-06-14. Retrieved 2010-10-08. 

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