Plymouth North High School
|Plymouth North High School|
Plymouth, Massachusetts, Plymouth County 02360
|School type||Public High School|
|School district||Plymouth Public Schools|
|Principal||Kathleen E. McSweeney|
|Color(s)||Blue, White & Silver|
|Rivals||Plymouth South High School|
|Communities served||Town of Plymouth|
Plymouth North High School, known informally as Plymouth North or PNHS, is a public high school located in Plymouth, Massachusetts. Its students are residents of the town of Plymouth. The school is one of two high schools in Plymouth, the other being Plymouth South High School. Plymouth North is located south of Plymouth Center, and is located adjacent to the Plymouth County Courthouse, the Plymouth County Registry of Deeds, and Beth Israel Deaconess Hospital. The school currently has an enrollment of 1054 students, in grades 9–12. The school colors are Navy Blue, White & Silver and the school mascot is an Eagle.
On April 27, 2007, Plymouth North High School was presented with an environmental award at the Massachusetts State House. The Commonwealth of Massachusetts Executive Office of Energy and Environmental Affairs presented the award at their 13th Annual Awards for Excellence in Environmental Education in recognition of Plymouth North's Life Skills program and its recycling efforts.
- Girls Indoor Track State Champions – 2016
- Football State Champions – 1984, 1989
- Football State Finalists – 1975, 1993
- In 2011 the Plymouth North Eagles won their 2nd state title in 4 years with a 3–1 win over Hudson
- In 2014 the Plymouth North Boys Tennis Team won their second consecutive A.C.L Title, they also made it to the Semis of States.
In the 2013–2014 season, Plymouth North Dance Team placed at competition for the first time in history. They took home first place and grand champions overall at a UDA competition including teams from high schools and colleges around Massachusetts.
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