East Rochester Junior-Senior High School

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East Rochester Junior-Senior High School
Address
200 Woodbine Avenue
East Rochester, New York 14445
USA
Coordinates 43°06′27″N 77°29′33″W / 43.10750°N 77.49250°W / 43.10750; -77.49250
Information
School type public high school
Motto Tradition and Vision
School district East Rochester Union Free School District
Principal Jill Slavny
Faculty 76 (2007)
Grades 7-12
Number of students 596 (2007)
 • Grade 7 95 (2006)
 • Grade 8 102 (2006)
 • Grade 9 102 (2006)
 • Grade 10 97 (2006)
 • Grade 11 74 (2006)
 • Grade 12 78 (2006)
 • Other 11 (2006)
Campus Suburban
School colour(s) Brown and White, with Orange
Nickname Bombers
Website

East Rochester Junior-Senior High School (ERHS) is a public high school serving 596 students in the seventh through twelfth grade in East Rochester in the U.S. state of New York and is part of the East Rochester Union Free School District. The student–teacher ratio is 12 to 1.[1] The principal is Jill Slavny.

School information[edit]

On February 3, 2007, a hydrogen fuel cell was installed at the high school, providing self-generated electricity to the school.[2][3] Cheerleading

Extracurricular activities[edit]

Clubs and organizations[edit]

Sports[edit]

ERHS is known as "The Home of Champions", with a history producing state-wide and national champions in several sports, including golf, baseball, bowling, wrestling, and cheerleading. The school has several new or renovated facilities and has recently switched to the Wayne County League, where it competes against schools its own size.[4]

The ERHS Bombers have won Section V team titles in several sports, including:[5]

  • 1985-86: Girls Field Hockey[6]
  • 1987-88: Girls Field Hockey
  • 1988-89: Girls Field Hockey
  • 1989-90: Girls Field Hockey
  • 1990-91: Girls Field Hockey
  • 1994-95: Girls Field Hockey
  • 2001-02: Girls Field Hockey
  • 2002-03: Girls Field Hockey
  • 2003-04: Girls Field Hockey
  • 2004-05: Girls Field Hockey
  • 2005-06: Girls Field Hockey
  • 2006-07: Girls Field Hockey
  • 2007-08: Girls Field Hockey
  • 2008-09: Girls Field Hockey
  • 2009-10: Girls Field Hockey
  • 1993-94: Cheerleading
  • 1994-95: Cheerleading
  • 1998-99: Cheerleading
  • 2000-01: Cheerleading x2
  • 2001-02: Cheerleading
  • 2003-04: Cheerleading x2
  • 2004-05: Cheerleading x2
  • 2005-06: Cheerleading x2
  • 2006-07: Cheerleading
  • 2007-08: Cheerleading
  • 2008-09: Cheerleading
  • 2009-10: Cheerleading
  • 2010-11: Cheerleading
  • 2011-12: Cheerleading
  • 2014-15: Cheerleading
  • 2015-16: Cheerleading
  • 1979-80: Boys Cross Country [7]
  • 1985-86: Boys Cross Country
  • 1986-87: Boys Cross Country
  • 1987-89: Boys Cross Country
  • 1989-90: Boys Cross Country
  • 1990-91: Boys Cross Country
  • 1992-93: Boys Cross Country
  • 1993-94: Boys Cross Country
  • 1994-95: Boys Cross Country
  • 1995-96: Boys Cross Country
  • 1999-0000: Boys Cross Country
  • 2001-02: Boys Cross Country
  • 2002-03: Boys Cross Country
  • 1996-97: Girls Cross Country
  • 1997-98: Girls cross country (Class CC)
  • 1999-2000: Girls Cross country (Class CC)
  • 2000-01: Girls Cross Country
  • 2001-02: Girls Cross Country
  • 1994-95: Baseball (Class A), Boys cross country (Class CC), Field hockey
  • 1993-94: Baseball (Class B), Boys cross country (Class CC), Wrestling (Class C)
  • 1992-93: Baseball (Class B), Boys cross country (Class CC), Wrestling (Class C)

The Bombers have also won state titles including the following teams:

  • 1987-88: Girls Field Hockey
  • 2004-05: Girls Field Hockey
  • 2005-06: Girls Field Hockey
  • 2008-09: Girls Field Hockey
  • 2001-02: Boys Cross Country

Performance[edit]

In 2004, 2005 and 2006, more than 75 percent of graduates received a Regents diploma, which exceeds the state average. Student weighted overall test scores compared to other schools in New York is 76 (0–100 scale).[8]

Honors[edit]

"For exceptional work in 2002-03," English teacher Mary Eilers-Knapp received a certificate for excellence in teaching from the Margaret Warner Graduate School of Education and Human Development at the University of Rochester.[9]

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