McLoughlin High School

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McLoughlin High School
120 S. Main St.
Milton-Freewater, Oregon, (Umatilla County) 97862
United States
Coordinates 45°56′08″N 118°23′29″W / 45.935555°N 118.391325°W / 45.935555; -118.391325Coordinates: 45°56′08″N 118°23′29″W / 45.935555°N 118.391325°W / 45.935555; -118.391325
Established 1921
School district Milton-Freewater Unified School District
Superintendent Dr. Rob Clark
Principal Ralph Brown
Grades 9-12
Number of students 490[1]
Color(s) Crimson and black
Athletics conference OSAA Greater Oregon League 4A
Mascot Pioneer

McLoughlin High School, known as Mac-Hi, is a public high school in Milton-Freewater, Oregon, United States.

It is named after John McLoughlin for his contributions to the state of Oregon.


In 2008, 85% of the school's seniors received a high school diploma. Of 124 students, 106 graduated, 14 dropped out, one received a modified diploma, and three were still in high school in 2009.[2][3]


School sports include football, soccer, volleyball, cross country, wrestling, basketball, track, baseball, softball, golf, and tennis. The boys' soccer team has won three state championships, the wrestling team has won four, and the softball team has won two.[citation needed]


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