Frederick High School (Colorado)

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Frederick High School
Location
5690 Tipple Parkway
Frederick, Colorado

United States
Coordinates 40°05′52″N 104°55′58″W / 40.09778°N 104.93278°W / 40.09778; -104.93278Coordinates: 40°05′52″N 104°55′58″W / 40.09778°N 104.93278°W / 40.09778; -104.93278
Information
Type Public
School district St. Vrain Valley School District
Principal Brian Young[1]
Grades 9 to 12
Enrollment 865[1]
Color(s) Navy Blue and gold
        
Slogan Let's Go Warriors!
Mascot Warrior
Website

Frederick High School is a public high school in Frederick, Colorado, United States, north of Denver. It is a four-year public school serving grades 9 through 12. Its enrollment is 865.[1]

The school is part of the St. Vrain Valley School District. In addition to Frederick it serves students from the nearby communities of Firestone and Dacono.

The school colors are Navy Blue and Vegas gold, and the mascot is the Warrior.

This is the third Frederick High School in town. The original Frederick High School was established in 1907 but closed in 1962 due to consolidation. The second school, located at 600 Fifth Street, opened in 1972 and closed in 2012 to be converted to a school for elementary education. The current school opened in 2012.[2]

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