Fort Frye High School

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Fort Frye High School
420 5th Street
Beverly, Ohio 45715
United States
Type Public, Coeducational high school
School district Fort Frye Local School District
Superintendent Stephanie Starcher
CEEB code 360470
Principal Andy Schob
Grades 7-12
Enrollment 387[1] (2016)
Campus type Distant Rural[1]
Color(s) Red, White, and Blue             
Athletics conference Ohio Valley Athletic Conference
Team name Cadets
Athletic Director Barbara Sleek

Fort Frye High School is a public high school near Beverly, Ohio, United States. It is the only high school in the Fort Frye Local School District. Athletic teams compete as the Fort Frye Cadets in the Ohio High School Athletic Association as a member of the Ohio Valley Athletic Conference as well as the Pioneer Valley Conference.

District profile[edit]

Fort Frye, the namesake of the Fort Frye Local School District

There are three active Elementary Schools in the Fort Frye Local Schools District: Beverly-Center Elementary, Lowell Elementary (Lowell, Ohio), and Salem-Liberty Elementary (Lower Salem, Ohio). Beverly was renamed to Beverly-Center in 2007 after the closing (due mainly to budgetary reasons) of Center Elementary (Hackney, Ohio). Most remaining Center students are now bused to Beverly-Center Elementary. Current superintendent is Dr. Stephanie Starcher. Principals include: Andy Schob at the high school, Krista Ross (Lowell & Salem-Liberty), and Megan Miller (Beverly-Center).

Students and teachers at Fort Frye High School often refer to the school as "The Fort", referencing the pioneer fortification, Fort Frye, built by settlers for protection during the Northwest Indian War.

Notable alumni[edit]

Dan Hughes (1973) - WNBA Coach. Current coach of the San Antonio Stars.


  1. ^ a b U.S. News & World Report. "Fort Frye High School". Retrieved 2017-07-24. 

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Coordinates: 39°32′51″N 81°37′56″W / 39.547545°N 81.632104°W / 39.547545; -81.632104