Mitchell High School (Indiana)

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Mitchell High School
Address
1000 Bishop Boulevard

, ,
47446

United States
Coordinates38°44′12″N 86°28′49″W / 38.736640°N 86.480379°W / 38.736640; -86.480379Coordinates: 38°44′12″N 86°28′49″W / 38.736640°N 86.480379°W / 38.736640; -86.480379
Information
TypePublic high school
School districtMitchell Community Schools
PrincipalTroy Pritchett
Faculty30
Grades9-12
Enrollment518 (2015-16) [1]
Student to teacher ratio19.21
Color(s)              
AthleticsIHSAA 2A
Athletics conferencePatoka Lake Conference
Team nameBluejackets
NewspaperThe Orbit
Website

Mitchell High School is a small public high school located in Mitchell, Indiana, United States.

History[edit]

Mitchell High School is accredited by the North Central Association of Colleges and Schools. It serves more than 500 students in grades nine through twelve.

Curriculum[edit]

Students may earn the Indiana Honors Diploma, and college credits through Indiana Reform Institute in chemistry, language arts, calculus, and psychology.

Extracurricular activities[edit]

Student groups and activities include Art Club, Key Club, Chemistry club, Fellowship of Christian Athletes, French Club, Spanish Club, Book Club, student council, and Students Against Destructive Decisions. SADD is the school's largest extracurricular activity. The Mitchell High School band, called the Marching Blue Jackets, play at every home football and basketball game.

Athletics[edit]

Mitchell's athletic teams compete in the Patoka Lake Conference and the Indiana High School Athletic Association (IHSAA). In the 2015-17 athletic seasons the Jackets competed in 2A competition in all sports, Cross country, wrestling and track and field do not have a class set-up in the state of Indiana.

Mitchell's athletic teams have won more than 30 conference titles, 36 Sectional championships, five Regional crowns, and State Finals appearances in boys' basketball (1940), girls' volleyball (2001), boys' cross country (2005), and most recently girls' basketball (2007).

Notable alumni[edit]

See also[edit]

References[edit]

  1. ^ "Mitchell High School". National Center for Education Statistics. Retrieved October 27, 2018.

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