Niagara Falls High School

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This article is about the current Niagara Falls High School. For the former school on Pine Avenue with the same name, see Former Niagara Falls High School.
Niagara Falls High School
NiagaraFallsHighSchool front of building 2010.jpg
4455 Porter Road
Niagara Falls, New York 14301
United States
Coordinates 43°06′16″N 79°00′38″W / 43.104577°N 79.010686°W / 43.104577; -79.010686Coordinates: 43°06′16″N 79°00′38″W / 43.104577°N 79.010686°W / 43.104577; -79.010686
Type Public high school
Opened 2000
School district Niagara Falls City School District
Superintendent Cynthia Bianco
CEEB code 334170
Chief Educational Administrator Robert Bradley
Faculty approx. 130
Grades 9–12
Enrollment approx. 2426
Campus type Urban
Color(s) Blue and gold          
Nickname Wolverines
Newspaper The Chronicle

Niagara Falls High School is a public high school located at 4455 Porter Road in Niagara Falls, New York, United States. It was established in 2000, becoming the city's only public high school, with the merging of the "old" Niagara Falls High School and the former LaSalle High School, both located in the city of Niagara Falls. The school's graduation rate is 71%, slightly below the state average. [1]

Niagara Falls City School District[edit]

Niagara Falls High School is operated under the supervision of the Niagara Falls City School District. It is the only high school in the district since the merger of the "old" Niagara Falls High School and LaSalle High School. The high school is fed by two preparatory schools, Gaskill Prep and LaSalle Prep, which host grades 7 and 8. Grades kindergarten through 6th grade are hosted at a number of elementary schools throughout the city.

Notable alumni[edit]


  1. ^ "Public School Total Cohort Graduation Rate and Enrollment Outcome Summary, 2012-13 School Year" (PDF). New York State Education Department. p. 1598. 

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