Mitchell High School (Colorado)

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General William Mitchell High School
General William Mitchell High School logo.png
1205 Potter Drive


United States
Coordinates38°50′58″N 104°45′6″W / 38.84944°N 104.75167°W / 38.84944; -104.75167Coordinates: 38°50′58″N 104°45′6″W / 38.84944°N 104.75167°W / 38.84944; -104.75167
Other namesMitchell High School
School typePublic high school
MottoTaking Flight into the 21st Century
Established1965 (58 years ago) (1965)
School districtColorado Springs 11
CEEB code060277
NCES School ID080306000254[1]
PrincipalGeorge smith[2]
Teaching staff75.90 (FTE)[1]
Enrollment1,289 (2018–19[1])
Student to teacher ratio16.98[1]
Color(s)Navy blue and orange
Athletics conferenceCHSAA

Mitchell High School is the third-oldest high school in District 11 in Colorado Springs, Colorado, built in 1965 and named for aviation pioneer Billy Mitchell.

Mitchell High School is the only school in the district to feature a planetarium.[citation needed]

The school's colors are orange and navy blue, and the mascot is the Marauder.

The school's rival was Roy J. Wasson High School until the closure of that school.

Course offerings[edit]

  • Advanced Placement and Honors classes in all major content areas, CISCO and A+ certification programs
  • Air Force Jr. ROTC
  • Oceanology/Environmental Sciences
  • Pro Start Culinary Arts
  • Interior Design CAD
  • Auto CAD
  • Dance/Musical Theatre Programs
  • Project Lead The Way Biomedical Sciences

Notable alumni[edit]


  1. ^ a b c d "Search for Public Schools - MITCHELL HIGH SCHOOL (080306000254)". National Center for Education Statistics. Institute of Education Sciences. Retrieved February 26, 2021.
  2. ^ "Our School / Meet Out Principal". Colorado Springs School District 11. Retrieved 20 August 2019.
  3. ^[user-generated source]

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