North Augusta High School

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North Augusta High School
Address
2000 Knobcone Avenue
North Augusta, South Carolina 29841
United States
Information
Type High school
Established 1910
School district Aiken County Public School District
Principal John Murphy
Grades 9th-12th
Enrollment approximately 1,600
Campus size 50 acres (200,000 m2)
Campus type Suburban
Color(s) Black and gold
         
Mascot Yellow Jacket
Website

North Augusta High School is a four-year public high school located in North Augusta, South Carolina. Approximately 1,600 students attend the school. The school offers over thirty student organizations including Future Business Leaders of America, National Beta Club, NAHS Jacket Regiment, NJROTC, WeAreMen, National Honor Society, Academic Team, Foreign Language Clubs, an Art Club, and a Mock Trial team. North Augusta also offers Advanced Placement classes for all grade levels.

Sports[edit]

North Augusta High School's mascot is the Yellow Jacket. The school fields over twenty-five varsity and junior varsity teams. North Augusta High School's biggest rival is fellow Aiken County institution, Midland Valley High School. North Augusta also shares a rivalry with Strom Thurmond High School and Lexington High School (Lexington, South Carolina). The North Augusta Jacket Regiment, the school marching band, contends in rigorous competitions throughout the Southeast, resulting in a myriad of trophies and awards. The band annually participates in the SCBDA Lower State and State Finals. Along with competitions, several concerts are presented throughout the school year, ending with a distinguished Spring performance held at one of North Augusta's prominent landmarks. North Augusta High is also home to sporting leagues such as football, baseball, softball, cross country, track and field, basketball, tennis, golf, swim team, and soccer.

Notable alumni[edit]

  • Craig Baynham, Former National Football League football player
  • Matt Campbell, Former National Football League football player
  • Tyler Colvin, Major League Baseball player
  • Bryan Narcisse, Former Harlem Globetrotter
  • Victor Radcliffe, Former Minor League Baseball player
  • Luke Smith, Current Wheaton College Football player
  • Charlie Waters, Former National Football League football player
  • Fred Vinson, Former National Football League football player

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Coordinates: 33°32′10″N 81°58′24″W / 33.5362464°N 81.9734487°W / 33.5362464; -81.9734487