Hancock North Central High School

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Hancock North Central High School
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Hancock North Central High School is located in Mississippi
Hancock North Central High School
Hancock North Central High School
6122 Cuevas Town Road
Kiln, Mississippi 39556
United States
Coordinates 30°30′08″N 89°26′16″W / 30.502164658°N 89.437831582°W / 30.502164658; -89.437831582
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Type Comprehensive Public High School
Opened August 28, 1959
Closed May 1990
School district Hancock County School District
Gender coed
Color(s) Red, White, and Blue             
Mascot Hawks
Last updated: July 2017

Hancock North Central High School was a high school in Kiln, Mississippi. It was first opened on August 28, 1959. Its most famous alumnus, Brett Favre, played baseball and football there, earning five varsity letters. The school is also the alma mater of former American Basketball Association standout Wendell Ladner. The school's athletic teams were called the Hawks. After a new high school was built, Hancock North Central High School became an elementary school.

Coordinates: 30°30′13″N 89°26′27″W / 30.50361°N 89.44083°W / 30.50361; -89.44083