Halls High School

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Knoxville Halls.jpg
dedicated to excellence
Halls Crossroads, Tennessee
United States
Type Public
Established 1916
School district Knox County Schools
Principal Mark Duff
Grades 9-12
Enrollment 1,169[1]
Campus 30 acres
Color(s) Red and White          
Athletics Athletic Director: Ken Dunlap
Mascot A Red Devil
Nickname The Red Devils
National ranking 4110
Yearbook The Annual
Halls High Main Entrance.jpg

Halls High School is a high school in the Halls Crossroads suburb of Knoxville, Tennessee, operated by Knox County Schools. Founded in 1916, the school was one of the first in the area. It is named for Pulaski Hall, a prominent citizen and owner of one of the first businesses in the town.

The school includes the North Knox Career and Technical Education Center. The principal is Mark Duff, who was a longtime history teacher at Halls High before entering administration in Knox County Schools.[2]


Halls High School offers an extensive academic array from technical studies to college preparatory programs. The school shares its campus with the North Knox Career and Technical Education Center, a school that provides intense, hands-on studies in a variety of fields. The school also sponsors many clubs and academic societies including:


The Red Devils football team won the AAA state championship in 1986, and finished runner-up behind Pearl Cohn in 1996. The men's golf team won the Tennessee state championship in 1986 and has since established a winning program. They have won the last 5 consecutive district titles.[3] In 2010 the school hosted the 1st Annual Halls High School Golf Tournament.[4] The Red Devils Baseball team was ranked 15th in the nation in the 2010 season by ESPN RISE.[5] Also, in 2013-2015 the halls wrestling team has won 1st in the dual district tournament, 1st in dual regions, and 1st in individual regions. The team has placed top ten in the individual and dual state for both 2014 and 2015 season. They have placed two people in each year.

External links[edit]


  1. ^ City Data, Halls High School
  2. ^ a b Official School Website
  3. ^ Halls Adds Another District Golf Title, www.knoxnews.com
  4. ^ Halls High Golf Tournament, Halls Stadium Club
  5. ^ ESPN RISE FAB 50, www.rise.espn.go.com