Plymouth Regional High School (New Hampshire)
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|Plymouth Regional High School|
|86 Old Ward Bridge Rd.,
Plymouth, New Hampshire, 03264
|Motto||Pride and Tradition|
Coordinates: Plymouth Regional High School (PRHS) is a public secondary school in Plymouth, New Hampshire, United States. Surrounding towns that attend PRHS are Ashland, Holderness, Campton, Rumney, Wentworth, Warren, Ellsworth, Waterville Valley and Thornton. Bruce Parsons is the current principal. The facility, opened in 1970, is located on Old Ward Bridge Road in Plymouth. It also housed Plymouth Elementary School until 1990. Plymouth Regional was known as Plymouth Area High School until 1991. The school colors are navy blue and white.
The school is a part of the Pemi-Baker Regional School District, which houses Plymouth Regional High School and the Pemi-Baker Academy, an alternative school. Both schools are governed by a 13 member school board, elected at large by the voters in the member communities and providing proportional representation for those communities in the financing and governing of the high school. The Pemi-Baker Regional School district belongs to SAU (School Administrative Unit) 48, which also oversees the elementary schools in Plymouth, Holderness, Rumney, Campton, Waterville Valley, Thornton, and Wentworth. Warren and Ashland are not part of the same SAU.
As of August, 2014, there were 684 students enrolled in Plymouth Regional High School. There were 177 freshmen, 168 sophomores, 167 juniors and 172 seniors. Plymouth also accepts students from Newfound Regional High School for Career Technical Education program. They offer up Mechanics, Health Science, and Culinary Arts. There are currently 23 CTE students from Newfound who attend Plymouth.
Student activities at PRHS include many clubs, a national honor society chapter, a competitive theatre program, an award winning chapter of YMCA's Youth and Government program, and a student senate.
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Plymouth's football team is currently coached by Christopher Sanborn, who has been the head coach since 2014. The previous coach, Lenahan, won 20 state titles in his tenure at Plymouth and on September 13, 2008, recorded his 300th win. Defensive Coordinator Jon Bownes has been an assistant for nearly 30 years. The Bobcats owned the nation's longest winning streak (57) until the streak was snapped by Kennett High of Conway on September 18, 2010.
Coached by Ken Wheeler, Plymouth's soccer program has begun to show great improvement over past seasons as the region's young talent begins to sprout. The primary feeder club of the junior varsity and varsity levels is the Pemi-Baker Soccer Club. A small amount of student athletes are also involved in US Soccer's Olympic Development Program and state teams.
- "Plymouth Courses that are offered to Newfound students." (PDF). Plymouth Regional High School.