South Hadley High School

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South Hadley High School
South Hadley High School, South Hadley MA.jpg
153 Newton Street
South Hadley, Massachusetts 01075
United States
Coordinates 42°13′40″N 72°35′11″W / 42.227663°N 72.586471°W / 42.227663; -72.586471Coordinates: 42°13′40″N 72°35′11″W / 42.227663°N 72.586471°W / 42.227663; -72.586471
School type Public, high school
Founded 1870
Superintendent Nicholas Young
Principal Diana Bonneville
Staff 107
Grades 9–12
Enrollment 734 (2008)
Color(s) Orange & Black         
Team name Tigers
Average SAT scores 492 verbal
533 math
486 writing
1511 total (2015-2016)[1]
Newspaper Spotlight
Yearbook Gateway
TV Program Tiger Times

South Hadley High School is a secondary school in South Hadley, Massachusetts for students in grades 9–12. The school has a student population of just over 700. The school's name is frequently referred to as "SHHS". In January 2010, the school became known across the United States and internationally for a series of bullying incidents that led to the suicide of Phoebe Prince.