Prattville High School

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Prattville High School
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Location
1315 Upper Kingston Road, Prattville, Alabama

United States
Coordinates32°30′N 86°28′W / 32.50°N 86.47°W / 32.50; -86.47Coordinates: 32°30′N 86°28′W / 32.50°N 86.47°W / 32.50; -86.47
Information
TypePublic
Staff101 teachers, 5 administrators
Grades09-12
Enrollment2,021 (2016-17)[1]
Color(s)Cardinal and white
         
Athletics6 varsity sports
Athletics conferenceAHSAA, Class 7A Region 2
NicknameLions

Prattville High School, formerly Autauga County High School, is a high school in Prattville, Alabama, United States. It forms part of the Autauga County School System. In 2010, it had an enrollment of 2,109 students and a faculty of 103 teachers in grades 9-12. In 2014, it had 2,057 students and 98 teachers. In 2018, there is 2,066 students, 101 teachers, and 5 administrators.

The Autauga County Technology Center shares the same campus.

On December 2, 2011, Prattville High demolished Hoover High to win the Alabama High School Athletic Association's Super 6 Class 6A state football title,[2] its fifth overall (1984, 2006, 2007, 2008, 2011).

Notable alumni[edit]

Autauga County Technology Center[edit]

The Autauga County Technology Center is a technical program that works in part with the surrounding schools in the county. The ACTC offers career clusters that can help improve a student's success in the workforce. It allows students to partake in a co-op program, allowing the students time during their school hours to go and shadow local affiliates. Some examples of the clusters offered are: Agriconstruction, Welding, Health Sciences, and Cosmetology.[3]

References[edit]

  1. ^ "Prattville High School". National Center for Education Statistics. Retrieved March 13, 2019.
  2. ^ "Prattville stops last-minute 2-point try to claim Alabama 6A title over Hoover". MaxPreps. December 2, 2011.
  3. ^ "Autauga County Technology Center - About The School". Autauga County Technology Center. Retrieved 2018-09-19.

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