Medford Area Senior High School
|Medford Area Senior High School|
1015 West Broadway Avenue|
|School type||Public Secondary|
|Motto||"Ordinary is a given. Greatness is achieved."|
|School district||Medford Area|
|Color(s)||Red & White|
|Fight song||Washington & Lee Swing|
|Athletics conference||WIAA Great Northern Conference|
Medford Area Senior High School (known as MASH) is a public secondary school located in Medford, Wisconsin. MASH is the only high school in the Medford Area Public School District.
The current high school building was built in 1968. The high school formerly occupied the old middle school building on Clark Street. The current building includes a gymnasium known locally as "Raider Hall", an auditorium known locally as the "Red and White Theatre", and a swimming pool known as "Raider Pool".
The following sports are currently offered at MASH:
- Boys Basketball
- Girls Basketball
- Boys Soccer
- Girls Soccer
- Boys Hockey
- Girls Hockey
Medford was a member of the Lumberjack Conference which consisted of Phillips, Northland Pines, Lakeland, Ashland, Park Falls, and Tomahawk. This conference lasted until 2007, when they joined the newly formed Great Northern Conference. Other teams in the Great Northern Conference include Lakeland, Mosinee, Antigo, Rhinelander, Tomahawk, and Northland Pines. The team name is the Medford Raiders and their colors are red and white.
MASH currently offers the following clubs:
- Art Club
- Audio/ Visual Club
- Battle of the Books
- Chess Club
- Dance Team
- Drama Club
- International Club
- History Club
- Intramurals Club
- Key Club
- Library Club
- Math League
- National Honor Society
- Raider Horizon Club
- Rocketry Team
- Science Club
- Science Olympiad
- Student Council
- Weight Lifters
- Business and Information Technology
- Family and Consumer Education
- Foreign Language
- Physical Education
- Social Studies
- Special Education
- Wisconsin Interscholastic Athletic Association Member Schools Directory. Retrieved 03-08-11.
- MASH Co-curricular Activities Retrieved 03-08-11.
- Great Northern Conference Constitution Archived 2011-11-19 at the Wayback Machine.