Lowell High School (Michigan)

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Lowell High School
11700 Vergennes
Lowell, Michigan 49331
United States
Coordinates 42°57′18″N 85°22′44″W / 42.955°N 85.379°W / 42.955; -85.379Coordinates: 42°57′18″N 85°22′44″W / 42.955°N 85.379°W / 42.955; -85.379
School type Public secondary
School district Lowell Area Schools
Superintendent Greg Pratt
Principal Amy Pallo
Teaching staff 60
Grades 9-12
Gender Co-educational
Enrollment 1300+
Student to teacher ratio 21:1
Color(s) Red and black
Athletics conference OK White Conference
Nickname Red Arrows

Lowell High School is a coeducational public school located in Lowell, Michigan, United States. Its current principal is Amy Pallo.


Lowell High School is a member of the Michigan High School Athletic Association. It is A Division II school, and all of its teams currently play within the Ottawa-Kent (O.K.) White League. Lowell's nickname is the Red Arrows, named for the 32nd Red Arrow Infantry in World War II.

Lowell's biggest athletic rival is East Grand Rapids.

Lowell is known for its various athletic teams, and most known for its football, wrestling, and equestrian teams. Lowell currently has over ten state titles among the three teams. On October 29, 2009 the Red Arrows football team was ranked #1 in the nation in USA Today's Massey Ratings.[1]

  • State football titles: 2002 (Division 2), 2004 (Division 3), 2009 (Division 2)[2]
  • State wrestling titles: 2002, 2004, 2009, 2014, 2015, 2016, 2017 (All Wrestling Division 2)[3]
  • State boys bowling titles: 2017 (Division 2) [4]

Notable alumni[edit]

  • Mike Dumas - professional football player; former Indiana safety; played for eight years in the NFL with four different teams
  • Keith Nichol - Michigan State University wide receiver[5]


  1. ^ Lowell ranked #1 in Massey football rankings | wzzm13.com
  2. ^ "Yearly Champions - Football - MHSAA Sports". mhsaa.com. Retrieved 2 October 2016. 
  3. ^ "Team Champions - Wrestling - MHSAA Sports". mhsaa.com. Retrieved 2 October 2016. 
  4. ^ "Team Champions - Boys Bowling - MHSAA Sports". mhsaa.com. Retrieved 16 April 2017. 
  5. ^ Player Bio: Keith Nichol, Michigan State Football 

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