Sacopee Valley High School

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Sacopee Valley High School
115 South Hiram Road
Hiram, ME 04041
Coordinates 43°48′39″N 70°52′10″W / 43.8108°N 70.8695°W / 43.8108; -70.8695Coordinates: 43°48′39″N 70°52′10″W / 43.8108°N 70.8695°W / 43.8108; -70.8695
Type Public
Established 1967
School district MSAD 55
Principal Britton Wolfe
Campus Rural
Color(s) Royal Blue and White
Athletics 13 sports
Mascot Hawk

Sacopee Valley High School, founded 1967, is the public school for Maine School Administration District 55 (MSAD 55). It is located in Hiram, in the U.S. state of Maine. It was built to replace Porter High School, which is now the Porter Town Hall. The school covers the towns of Hiram, Porter, Parsonsfield, Cornish, and Baldwin.

The name "Sacopee"[edit]

This High School is located in Hiram between the "Saco" and "Ossipee" rivers. This location inspired the high school to be named "Sacopee".


Sacopee Valley High School's athletic teams play in Class C of the Western Maine Conference. In fall, students can play football, boys' & girls' Soccer, boys' & girls' cross country, field hockey, golf, and cheerleading. In winter, students can play boys' & girls' basketball, cheerleading, and ice hockey on a club team involving Windham High School. In spring, students can participate in baseball, softball, and track.

All home games are played at SVHS, either out on the athletic fields or in the gymnasium, except for golf, which all home matches are played at Province Lake and ice hockey played at Bridgton Academy Ice Rink in Bridgton.

The Sacopee Valley Boys Track Team is one of great pride for the school, due to the numerous Class C state championships won by the team over the past 20 years. The most recent wins being in 2010 and 2012.

Notable alumni[edit]