Southport High School
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|Southport High School|
|Indianapolis, Marion County, Indiana 46227|
|Type||Public high school|
|Locale||971 East Banta Road|
|School district||Perry Township Schools|
|Principal||Brian Knight (2016-) Barbra Brouwer (2006-2016)|
|Assistant Principals||Mrs. Amy Boone, Mr. Kirby Schott|
|Athletics||Basketball, Football |
Baseball, Volleyball, Wrestling, Swimming
|Athletics conference||Conference Indiana|
|Rival||Perry Meridian High School|
Southport High School is a public high school located in Indianapolis, Indiana, United States. Located in Perry Township, on the south side of the city, Southport is a part of the Metropolitan School District of Perry Township.
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