Minford High School

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Minford High School
Location

PO Box 204, Bond Road

Minford, Ohio
United States
Coordinates 38°51′40″N 82°51′12″W / 38.861127°N 82.853197°W / 38.861127; -82.853197Coordinates: 38°51′40″N 82°51′12″W / 38.861127°N 82.853197°W / 38.861127; -82.853197
Information
Type Ohio, public, rural, high school
Established 1923
School district Minford Local School District
Principal

Jeff Pica, Principal

Tate Skinner, Assistant Principal
Head of school Barb Dever, Superintendent
Grades 9-12
Color(s) Scarlet and Gray         [1]
Athletics baseball, boys' and girls' basketball, boys' and girls' cross country, football, boys' and girls' tennis, boys' and girls' track, boys' and girls' soccer, fast pitch softball, boys' and girls' swimming,volleyball, and marching band[1]
Athletics conference Southern Ohio Conference[1]
Mascot Falcons (previously known as the Maroons until 1944) [1]
Website
Minford High School
Minford High School Athletic Complex (football field)

Minford High School (MHS) is a rural, public, high school located in Minford, Ohio in Scioto County in Southern Ohio. It is the only high school in the Minford Local School District. The school mascot is the falcon and the school colors are scarlet and grey.

Brief history[edit]

The first high school was opened in 1923, but in 1971 it was turned into the middle school when the new high school was built. In the early 1980s the high school, having been built on top of a swamp, began to sink and the walls began to crack. In 2001 a new high school was built. The old high school was demolished and rebuilt upon pillars as the new elementary/middle school. The 1923 school was demolished and the land is being used for the construction site of a Desco bank. Minford established the Falcon as their mascot when a falcon landed on the schools flag pole and therefore was adopted as the schools mascot.[citation needed]

Academics[edit]

Electives[edit]

Art, Band, Chorus, Typing, Word Processing, Speech, Writing Workshop, Spanish, Parenting, Clothing, Personal Development, Family Relations, Library Science, Army

Athletics[edit]

There are ten school districts and eleven high schools in Scioto County along with one parochial school as well several private and community schools.[2] The school's athletic affiliation is with the Ohio High School Athletic Association (OHSAA) and the Southern Ohio Conference (SOC), which has sixteen member schools and is divided into two divisions (SOC I & SOC II) based on the schools' enrollment. The SOC includes teams from four different Ohio counties:[3]

See also Ohio High School Athletic Conferences and the Southern Ohio Conference

Ohio High School Athletic Association championships and appearances[edit]

  • Girls' Softball
OHSAA Runner-up[4]
1997 - (d. LaGrange Keystone 1-0 & lost to Tallmadge 7-0 to finish season at 27-4)
OHSAA Final Four Appearances (Other than Second Place Finish)[4]
1994 - (lost to LaGrange Keystone 2-0)
1996 - (lost to Alliance Marlington 4-0)

Golf Bob Sowards - 1985 Low Medalist! State Champion AA

References[edit]

  1. ^ a b c d OHSAA. "OHSAA Member School Info". Retrieved 2007-05-10. 
  2. ^ Ohio Department of Development. "Ohio County Profiles: Scioto County" (PDF). Archived from the original (PDF) on 2007-05-08. Retrieved 2007-05-11. 
  3. ^ Southern Ohio Conference (January 2007). "Southern Ohio Conference Constitution and By-laws". 
  4. ^ a b OHSAA. "OHSAA 30th Annual State Fast Pitch Softball Tournament Program". pp. 35, 36 & 38.  Cite error: Invalid <ref> tag; name "OHSAA_Softball" defined multiple times with different content (see the help page).

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