King Philip Regional High School

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King Philip Regional High School
King Philip Regional High School Logo.gif
Location
Wrentham, MA
USA
Information
Type Public
Established 1957
Principal Lisa Mobley
Faculty 126
Enrollment 1,337
Student to teacher ratio 10.6 Students:1 Faculty
Campus Suburban
Color(s) Green & Gold          
Mascot Warrior
Average SAT scores 551 verbal
544 math
535 writing
1630 total (2015-2016)[1]
Website

King Philip Regional High School is a regional high school in Massachusetts drawing students from three towns: Wrentham, Norfolk, and Plainville. The school is located at 201 Franklin Street in Wrentham|.

Music programs[edit]

King Philip High School is renowned for its nationally recognized music program.[citation needed] The Pride and the Passion Marching Band competes on a national level and has won numerous accolades. Other music ensembles include an award winning jazz program, winter percussion ensemble, Winter Color Guard, and a World Percussion ensemble.

Athletics[edit]

The sports teams, the Warriors, compete with eleven other area school districts in the Hockomock League. School colors are green and gold; the school mascot is known as "The Warrior." The Warriors have won several Hockomock League Championships and State titles in recent years.

On December 3rd, 2016, the Warriors' varsity football team capped an undefeated season and won the Division 1A Super Bowl vs. Reading Memorial High School 21-18 at Gillette Stadium.

List of Sports[edit]

Fall Sports:

  • Cheerleading
  • Cross Country (Boys' and Girls')
  • Field Hockey
  • Football
  • Golf
  • Soccer (Boys' and Girls')
  • Volleyball (Boys' and Girls')

Winter Sports:

  • Basketball (Boys' and Girls')
  • Gymnastics
  • Ice Hockey (Boys' and Girls')
  • Indoor Cheerleading
  • Indoor Track (Boys' and Girls')
  • Swimming (Boys' and Girls')
  • Wrestling

Spring Sports:

  • Baseball
  • Lacrosse (Boys' and Girls')
  • Softball
  • Tennis (Boys' and Girls')
  • Outdoor Track (Boys' and Girls')

Notable alumni and faculty[edit]

External links[edit]

References[edit]

Coordinates: 42°04′22.61″N 71°19′56.45″W / 42.0729472°N 71.3323472°W / 42.0729472; -71.3323472