Sissonville High School

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Sissonville High School
6100 Sissonville Drive [1]
Sissonville, WV 25312
United States
Coordinates 38°28′31″N 81°40′21″W / 38.4752069°N 81.6726239°W / 38.4752069; -81.6726239Coordinates: 38°28′31″N 81°40′21″W / 38.4752069°N 81.6726239°W / 38.4752069; -81.6726239
School type Public, high school
School board Board website
School district Kanawha County Schools
Superintendent Domenick Murphy
CEEB code 491195 [2]
Principal Donovan Spencer
Vice Principals Jordan Allen
Grades 9 to 12
Gender coed
Enrollment 624 [3]
Schedule 7:30 am to 2:30 pm
Campus type Rural
Color(s)      Red
Mascot Indians

Sissonville High School is a public secondary school in Sissonville, West Virginia, USA, operated by Kanawha County Schools. It serves students of grades 9 to 12.


In October 2001, the Katie Sierra suspension controversy made national news when she was suspended for her activism in opposition to the bombing of Afghanistan.[4]



The Sissonville High School Band program is under the direction of Corey Green, and consists of 3 major ensembles; "The Pride of Sissonville" Marching Band, Concert Band, and Jazz Band.

"The Pride" has won many awards at the local, regional, and national levels, with high placements at both the Tournament of Bands Atlantic Coast Championships and Cavalcade of Bands Finals. They were the 2014 (87.40) and 2015 (92.25) Cavalcade of Bands National Champions for the Independence A division. [5]

The band participates in the annual Gazette-Mail Kanawha County Majorette and Band Festival as well as other local parades and exhibitions.

Touch of Class Show Choir[edit]

The Touch of Class Show Choir is under the direction of Dale Miller.



  • Baseball
  • Basketball
  • Cheerleading
  • Football
  • Golf
  • Soccer
  • Softball
  • Tennis
  • Track
  • Volleyball

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