Mascoutah Community High School
|Mascoutah Community High School|
1313 W Main St
|Number of students||1,060 (2016-17)|
Mascoutah Community High School is a high school in Mascoutah, Illinois. Mascoutah High School (also seen MCHS or MHS) serves students grades 9 to 12 from the city of Mascoutah and surrounding areas, including parts of Belleville and Scott Air Force Base. A new high school building has been completed as of the 2011-2012 school year. The new high school accommodates major growth in the town since the 2000 census. The new building provides a wide variety of new student opportunities, upgraded facilities, including new athletic fields, gymnasium facilities, and separate athletic and performing arts auditorium spaces. The school mascot is the "Indians". School colors are purple and white, black also appears as an accent in many athletic uniforms. Mascoutah was ranked a Top 100 Illinois High School in the most recent rankings (2009)
Mascoutah Students participate in athletics as a member of the Mississippi Valley Conference (MVC). Conference membership includes Highland, Triad, Waterloo, Civic Memorial, and Jerseyville high schools. Mascoutah teams include:
Football - 1979 IHSA Class 3A State champions
Mascoutah has won multiple state champions in Poms including 2005, 2007, and 2010. Cheer leading has also placed at state. In recent years Men's soccer has won several MVC championships and has multiple victories in the St. Louis wide CYC tournament. The football team reemerged making several playoff runs.
- "Mascoutah High School". National Center for Education Statistics. Retrieved February 17, 2019.
- Mascoutah, Illinois
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