Liberty-Benton High School

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Liberty-Benton High School
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9190 County Road 9
Findlay, Ohio 45840
United States
Coordinates 41°2′3″N 83°41′59″W / 41.03417°N 83.69972°W / 41.03417; -83.69972Coordinates: 41°2′3″N 83°41′59″W / 41.03417°N 83.69972°W / 41.03417; -83.69972
Type Public, Coeducational high school
School district Liberty-Benton Local Schools
Superintendent Mark Kowalski
Principal Brenda Frankart
Grades 9-12
Enrollment 412[1] (2014-15)
Color(s) Blue and White, with Red accent
Athletics conference Blanchard Valley Conference
Nickname Eagles

Liberty-Benton High School is a public high school near Findlay, Ohio. It is the only high school in the Liberty-Benton Local School district. It is named for Liberty Township, the village of Benton Ridge, and Eagle Township. Their mascot is the bald eagle, and their school colors are blue and white, with red being an accent. They are a member of the Blanchard Valley Conference. In 1995, the school expanded by building a new high school facility about a fourth of a mile from the main building. After the new building was completed, all sports programs except football, baseball, track, and softball were moved to the new building. Football and track continued at the main school until 2003. The baseball and softball teams played at Benton Ridge Park until fields at the new high school were finished in the late 2000s. The new high school hosts district tournaments in basketball, volleyball and track.

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