Stockbridge High School

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Stockbridge High School
Location
Stockbridge, GA
United States
Coordinates 33°33′51″N 84°12′10″W / 33.564057°N 84.202698°W / 33.564057; -84.202698Coordinates: 33°33′51″N 84°12′10″W / 33.564057°N 84.202698°W / 33.564057; -84.202698
Information
Type Public, Coeducational
Established 1964
Superintendent Ethan Hildreth
Principal Eric Watson
Faculty 120
Enrollment 1,800
Campus suburbs
Color(s) Green, Orange, and White
Mascot Tigers
Website

Stockbridge High School is a high school located in Stockbridge, Georgia, USA, in the Henry County School District. It enrolls around 1,800 students in grades 9–12.

Principals[edit]

  • Coy Pridmore, 1964 - 1983
  • Sam Floyd, 1984 - 1987
  • Gary Boehmer 1987 - 1993
  • Bill Eaves, 1993 - 2002
  • Antonio Hurt, 2002 - 2005
  • Eric Watson, 2005 - present

Championships and sports[edit]

  • 1981 - Stockbridge Varsity Wrestling Team - 10-0 - First team in Stockbridge HS history to go undefeated. (Coach Steve Lynn & Coach Bob Miller)
  • 1983 - AAA State Wrestling Champ - Keith Collier (100 lb) - the first State Champ
  • 2001 - AAAAA Wrestling Team produced 4 state placers. 119 lb - Adam Easey (1st), 140 lb - Jesse Millwood (2nd), 103 lb - Trent Mahffey (3rd), 125 lb - Courtney Arnold (4th)
  • 2006 - AAAA State Elite Eight - Boy's Tennis
  • 2007 - AAAA Traditional and Team duals state champions, first and only state championship team in school history having 6 placers - Jose Paz 215lbs (champion) - Nathan Allen 125lbs (runnerup) - Shane Mcgraw 103lbs (3rd) - Gio Graham 171lbs (4th) - Randy Salmon 285lbs (4th) and Ben Jones 160lbs (5th)
  • 2013 - Football Varsity State Championships Stockbridge HS beat Union Grove HS (49-6) MVP players- Malique Dunn (1TD) Martel Waugh (19 QB Sacks) Deontae Pierce (5 TD) with Martel Waugh as his assigned blocker.

Notable alumni[edit]

  • Joe Clark - Georgia Force (Arena Football League), 2008 season, class of 2001.
  • Kyle Davies - starting pitcher for the Kansas City Royals (formerly of the Atlanta Braves), class of 2001.
  • Bruce Irvin - Seattle Seahawks 2012 first round pick but transferred during his junior year
  • Michael Moon - physicist, USAF veteran, historian, poet, and pastor, class of 1978.

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