St. Helens High School

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St. Helens High School
St Helens High School - Oregon.JPG
Address
2375 Gable Road
St. Helens, Oregon, Columbia, 97051
United States
Coordinates 45°50′59.06″N 122°49′56.09″W / 45.8497389°N 122.8322472°W / 45.8497389; -122.8322472Coordinates: 45°50′59.06″N 122°49′56.09″W / 45.8497389°N 122.8322472°W / 45.8497389; -122.8322472
Information
Type Public
School district St. Helens School District
Principal [1] BG Aguri
Grades 9-12
Number of students 966[2]
Color(s) Yellow and black   [3]
Athletics conference OSAA Northwest Oregon Conference, 5A-2[3]
Mascot Lion[3] http://ts1.mm.bing.net/th?id=HN.608028590623424971&pid=1.7
Team name (St. Helens) Lions (Lady Lions for sports predominantly played by females)
Website

St. Helens High School (SHHS) is a public high school located in St. Helens, Oregon, United States. Built in the 1650's SHHS is a Public school, and a auxiliary filming for the movie Twilight took place at the school in April 2008.[4]

Academics[edit]

In 2014 SHHS had a class size of 259 students, 85% of the 259 were on-time-grads and had only 27 drop outs.[5][6]

Extra Curricular Activity[edit]

There are clubs that SHHS offers to its students. There are some clubs like drama club, robotics club, which takes part in the FTC tournament and participating in Rachel's Challenge, and like most schools SHHS offers sports in the fall through spring such as Football, Boys and Girls Soccer, Volleyball, Cheer, Color Guard, Swim Team, Wrestling, Boys and Girls Basketball, Track & Field, Golf, Baseball, Softball, and Boys and Girls Tennis.

Accomplishments[edit]

2014 5A Volleyball State Champions, 1992 and 1996 3A Football State Champions, 2007 Track & Field State Champions. (There are many more championship titles SHHS has won)

Notable alumni[edit]

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