John Marshall High School (West Virginia)
|John Marshall High School|
|1300 Wheeling Avenue
Glen Dale, West Virginia 26038
|Type||Public, Coeducational high school|
|School district||Marshall County School District|
|Superintendent||Dr. Jeffrey R. Crook|
|Color(s)||Brown and Gold|
|Athletics conference||Ohio Valley Athletic Conference|
|Rival||Wheeling Park Patriots|
|Athletic Director||Robert Chavanak|
John Marshall High School is a public high school in Glen Dale, West Virginia, United States. It is one of two high schools in the Marshall County School District. Athletic teams compete as the John Marshall Monarchs in the WVSSAC Class AAA, as well as the Ohio Valley Athletic Conference.
Named after John Marshall, the fourth Chief Justice of the United States, the school was established in 1968 as a result of the consolidation of three smaller schools in Marshall County, West Virginia: Moundsville High School, Union High School and Sherrard High School. At its inception, John Marshall boasted one of the few modular scheduling systems in the United States. In the 1994-1995 school year, John Marshall High School ran a traditional eight period day offering students half-credit one-semester courses and full-credit two-semester courses.
The student body of John Marshall High School numbers over 1,200 in grades 9 through 12, making it one of the largest secondary schools in West Virginia. The curriculum is comprehensive, including a county-wide vocational program. The school also offers dual-credit college courses and boasts a fully operational College Board Advanced Placement (AP) Program.
Athletics and clubs
John Marshall High School's mascot is the Monarch. It has athletic programs in American football, basketball, bowling, baseball, soccer, swimming, volleyball, tennis, hockey, cross country, track and field, golf, wrestling and cheerleading. It has numerous clubs and organizations. John Marshall competes in the Ohio Valley Athletic Conference.
The principal is Cassandra Porter. Assistant principals include Katie Dantrassy and Geno Polsinelli. The activities co-ordinator is Casey Storm.
- Lionel Cartwright, country music singer
- Amy Gamble, 1988 Olympian, class of 1983
- Brad Paisley, country music star, class of 1991
- Ann Ali Semenik, Broadcast/TV reporter, class of 2002
- Shawn Fluharty, Politician: West Virginia House of Delegates, class of 2002
- Justin Bradley, SGT US ARMY, IRAQ WAR AFGHANISTAN WAR VETERAN class of 1999
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