Sonoraville High School

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Sonoraville High School
7340 Fairmount Highway
Calhoun, Georgia 30701
United States
Coordinates 34°27′01″N 84°49′47″W / 34.450177°N 84.829679°W / 34.450177; -84.829679Coordinates: 34°27′01″N 84°49′47″W / 34.450177°N 84.829679°W / 34.450177; -84.829679
Type Public
Established 2005
School district Gordon County School District
Principal Bruce Potts
Faculty 118
Grades 8-12
Enrollment 1410
Color(s)          Red and black
Mascot Phoenix

Sonoraville High School is a high school located outside of Calhoun, Georgia, United States, in the unincorporated community of Sonoraville. It serves grades 8-12 and is part of the Gordon County School District. Sonoraville High School has 971 students. The school opened in 2005; it originally only served grades 9-10, expanded to include all four grades over the next two years, and started serving 8th grade in 2014.


Sonoraville High School participates in athletics as a member of Georgia High School Association Class AAA Region 6. Its mascot is the Phoenix.


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