King Philip Regional High School
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|King Philip Regional High School|
|Student to teacher ratio||10.6 Students:1 Faculty|
|Color(s)||Green & Gold|
|Average SAT scores||551 verbal
1630 total (2015-2016)
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|.
King Philip High School is renowned for its nationally recognized music program. 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.
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.
List of Sports
- Cross Country (Boys' and Girls')
- Field Hockey
- Soccer (Boys' and Girls')
- Volleyball (Boys' and Girls')
- Basketball (Boys' and Girls')
- Ice Hockey (Boys' and Girls')
- Indoor Cheerleading
- Indoor Track (Boys' and Girls')
- Swimming (Boys' and Girls')
- Lacrosse (Boys' and Girls')
- Tennis (Boys' and Girls')
- Outdoor Track (Boys' and Girls')
Notable alumni and faculty
- Lofa Tatupu (2001), NFL linebacker
- Jeff Plympton, Former Red Sox Pitcher
- Jason Chandler, singer of the rock band The Frustrators
- Jake Layman, basketball player
- Joe Johnson, Former MLB Pitcher.
- Liam Kyle Sullivan, YouTube Star - Muffins Video, Shoes Video
- Michelle Carter, 2017 suicide-by-texting case
|Wikimedia Commons has media related to King Philip High School.|
- "2015-16 SAT Performance Statewide Report". mass.edu. Retrieved 21 November 2016.
- "Lofa Tatupu". NFL.com. Retrieved 2 June 2015.