North High School (Eau Claire, Wisconsin)
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|North High School|
|Eau Claire, Wisconsin
|Staff||169 (As of October 4th, 2009)|
|Number of students||1,469|
|Color(s)||Columbia blue, red, and white|
|Fight song||Minnesota Rouser|
North High School is one of two public high schools in Eau Claire, Wisconsin. It has a student body of about 1,500. North's course offerings include five foreign languages and several Advanced Placement courses. It also has a foreign exchange program. The high school assistant principals are Amy Zais and Sue Kern.
North's sports program is broken up into three trimesters: Fall, Winter, and Spring. The school's mascot is the Husky, and the colors are Columbia Blue and White, though Red is also commonly used as a trim color.
The music department at North High School offers band, orchestra, and choir, with groups available at all skill levels. North's Jazz 1 made it in to the Essentially Ellington High School Jazz Band Competition and Festival in New York in 2012.
- Jeff Smith, member of the Wisconsin State Assembly
- Mark Kosower - principal cello of the Cleveland Orchestra
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