Eureka High School (Missouri)

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Eureka High School
Eureka, MO
United States
Coordinates 38°30′55″N 90°37′42″W / 38.5152°N 90.6282°W / 38.5152; -90.6282Coordinates: 38°30′55″N 90°37′42″W / 38.5152°N 90.6282°W / 38.5152; -90.6282
Type Public school
Established 1908
Principal Charles Crouther
Assistant Principals Dan Thoman
Jennifer Strauser
Ann Gilman
Bradley Klages

George Calhoun
Grades 9th - 12th
Enrollment 1932[1] (2014–15)
School color(s) Purple & Gold
Mascot Wildcat
Conference Suburban West Conference

Eureka High School, located in Eureka, Missouri, is a secondary school in the Rockwood School District.

Student body[edit]

Eureka has a co-educational student body of just over 1900. More than half of the students come from LaSalle Springs Middle School, with a large portion of the rest coming from Wildwood Middle School.



  1. ^ "Eureka SR. High". School Directory Information. National Center for Education Statistics. Retrieved 25 March 2016. 
  2. ^ Rams Draft Defensive Back Maurice Alexander 110th Overall by Jonathan Webb May 10, 2014 St. Louis Rams
  3. ^ Bob Klinger's biography at the SABR Baseball Biography Project

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