Edon High School

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Edon High School
802 W Indiana St,
Edon, Ohio, (Williams County) 43518
United States
Coordinates 41°33′28″N 84°46′53″W / 41.557845°N 84.781258°W / 41.557845; -84.781258Coordinates: 41°33′28″N 84°46′53″W / 41.557845°N 84.781258°W / 41.557845; -84.781258
Type Public, Coeducational high school
Superintendent John Granger
Principal Anthony Stevens
Grades 9-12
Number of students 184
Color(s) Blue & Silver [1]          
Athletics conference Buckeye Border Conference,
TAAC (football-only)[1]
Nickname Bombers[1]
Athletic Director Kyle Bostater

Edon High School is a public high school in Edon, Ohio. It is the only high school in the Edon Northwest Local Schools district. Their nickname is the Bombers, which was chosen after being suggested in a naming contest by Charles Brigle (class of 1938) while a freshman at EHS.[2] They are primarily members of the Buckeye Border Conference, but compete in the Toledo Area Athletic Conference for football.


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