Orangeville High School

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Orangeville High School
201 Orange St
Orangeville, Illinois, Stephenson 61060
Coordinates 42°28′03″N 89°38′31″W / 42.46743°N 89.64187°W / 42.46743; -89.64187Coordinates: 42°28′03″N 89°38′31″W / 42.46743°N 89.64187°W / 42.46743; -89.64187
Type Public High School
Principal Mr. Andrew Janecke
Grades 9-12
Enrollment 125
Color(s)           Purple, Gold
Athletics conference Northwest Upstate Illini
Mascot Broncos

Orangeville High School is a public four year high school located at 201 Orange St in Orangeville, Illinois, a village in Stephenson County, Illinois.[1] The school district and high school serves students residing in the communities of Orangeville, Red Oak, Oneco, Afolkey, Buena Vista, Damascus, Buckhorn Corners and surrounding area.


Orangeville High School competes in the Northwest Upstate Illini Conference and is a member school in the Illinois High School Association. Their mascot is the Broncos, with school colors of purple and gold. The school has one athletic state championship which was awarded in football in 1989. Sports at Orangeville Include: Football, Volleyball, Boys Basketball, Girls Basketball, Baseball, Softball,

Co-Op Sports at Orangeville Include: Wrestling (Dakota) Ice Hockey (Monroe, Wisconsin) Competitive Speech (Lena-Winslow High School)


Activities at Orangeville High School include Student Council, Servant Leadership, Choir, Band, Theater Department, Spanish, National Honor Society, FFA, CareerTec, and Yearbook. Bass Fishing and Academic Bowl have also been offered.

Co-Op Activities at Orangeville Include: Individual Events/Speech Team (Lena-Winslow),(Stockton),(Warren)


  1. ^ "School Directory". IHSA. Retrieved 2013-08-11.