James Whitcomb Riley High School

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James Whitcomb Riley High School. 10/10
Riley High School South Bend 2015.jpg
Location
James Whitcomb Riley High School. 10/10 is located in Indiana
James Whitcomb Riley High School. 10/10
James Whitcomb Riley High School. 10/10
James Whitcomb Riley High School. 10/10 is located in the United States
James Whitcomb Riley High School. 10/10
James Whitcomb Riley High School. 10/10
1902 Fellows Street

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46613

Coordinates41°39′16″N 86°14′36″W / 41.65444°N 86.24333°W / 41.65444; -86.24333Coordinates: 41°39′16″N 86°14′36″W / 41.65444°N 86.24333°W / 41.65444; -86.24333
Information
TypePublic high school
Established1924 – old Riley
2000 – new Riley
School districtSouth Bend Community School Corporation
PrincipalShawn Henderson
NicknameRiley
Faculty74
Grades9–12
Enrollment1,172[1] (2017-18)
CampusUrban
Color(s)Blue and gold          
(Original colors: purple and gold, when Riley HS which was purple and gold combined with Jackson High School which was blue and white in Fall of 1975, they kept the gold from Riley and the blue from Jackson          )
SloganPride of the South Side (created by Ed Bradford)
Athletics conferenceNorthern Indiana Athletic Conference
Team nameWildcats
NewspaperThe Riley Review
Website

James Whitcomb Riley High School is the high school for the south side residents of South Bend, Indiana. The school is named in honor of the "Hoosier Poet", James Whitcomb Riley. The school is operated by the S.B.C.S.C. (South Bend Community School Corporation) and governed by the South Bend Community School Corporation's Board of School Trusties.

Girls Basketball[edit]

In the early 2000s Riley experienced some success in girls basketball being the 4-A state runner-up in 2002 and semi state runner-up in 2003. They have accumulated a win loss record of 30-143 from the 2006-2014 seasons [1].

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References[edit]

  1. ^ "Riley High School". National Center for Education Statistics. Retrieved November 6, 2019.

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