Seneca High School MCA

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Seneca High School
Location
Louisville, Kentucky
United States
Information
Type Public Secondary
Established 1957
School district Jefferson County Public Schools
Grades 9–12
Number of students 1,700
Campus Urban
Mascot Seneca HS Redhawks.jpg
The Redhawks
Fight song Seneca Forever
Website

Seneca High School MCA (Magnet Career Academy) is a Louisville, Kentucky, USA, public school. It is located at 3510 Goldsmith Lane, Louisville, Kentucky 40220, in the Hikes Point neighborhood and is part of Jefferson County Public Schools.

Academics[edit]

Seneca is a public senior high school with a full complement of academics including learning and academic disabilities education and English as a Second Language. Seneca has an Honors program, an Advanced Placement program, a Competitive Music Program, an Urban AgriScience magnet program, and the Marine Corps Junior Reserve Officers Training Corps Program (JROTC). A professional career theme called Creating Our Global Community offers courses in human services, education, and international studies. The foreign languages offered are French, Latin, Japanese, German, Spanish and Chinese. Students are now required to follow a dress code, although uniform is no longer enforced.

Athletics[edit]

  • Baseball
  • Basketball (boys and girls)
  • Bowling
  • Competitive Marching Band
  • Cross Country
  • Field Hockey
  • Football
  • Golf (boys and girls)
  • Soccer (boys and girls)
  • Softball
  • Swimming & Diving
  • Tennis (boys and girls)
  • Volleyball (girls)
  • Wrestling

Administrators[edit]

  • Principal: Kim Harbolt
  • Assistant Principal: Nureka Dixon
  • Assistant Principal: Heather Orman
  • Assistant Principal: Joshua Greer
  • Assistant Principal:

Notable alumni[edit]

See also[edit]

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Coordinates: 38°12′27.82″N 85°39′18.91″W / 38.2077278°N 85.6552528°W / 38.2077278; -85.6552528