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Stuarts Draft High School

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Stuarts Draft High School
Stuarts Draft High School (renovated).jpg
Stuarts Draft High School following the completion of renovations in 2007
Address
1028 Augusta Farms Road
Stuarts Draft, Virginia 24477
 United States
Coordinates 38°2′48″N 79°0′46″W / 38.04667°N 79.01278°W / 38.04667; -79.01278Coordinates: 38°2′48″N 79°0′46″W / 38.04667°N 79.01278°W / 38.04667; -79.01278
Information
School type Public, high school
Established 1970
School district Augusta County Public Schools
Principal Francis "Nicolas" Nycum
Grades 912
Enrollment 720
Language English
Color(s)                Maroon, White and Light Gray
Athletics Football, Baseball, Softball, Soccer, Basketball, Volleyball, Wrestling, Golf, Cross Country, Track and field, Tennis and Cheerleading
Athletics conference A Shenandoah District
Region B
2A East Conference 36
Mascot Cougar
Rivals Wilson Memorial High School, Waynesboro High School and Riverheads High School
Website

Stuarts Draft High School is in the community of Stuarts Draft in south-eastern Augusta County, Virginia. The school opened in 1970 during a consolidation period for the county’s public schools. Stuarts Draft High School originally served grades 8 through 12, and housed the 7th grade due to overcrowding at Stuarts Draft Elementary School (now Guy K. Stump Elementary School). Today it serves 720 students in grades 9 to 12.

A middle and elementary school have been built in proximity to Stuarts Draft High School, creating one of two school complexes in the county. Seven percent of the student body is African American and one percent is Hispanic. Eleven percent of the students receive special education services. Stuarts Draft High School performs respectably on standardized tests. The school maintains an 87% pass rate on SOL end-of-course tests; the mean SAT verbal and math score is 509 and 523 respectively. Sixty-three percent of Stuarts Draft seniors attend college; of that number, 35% go to four-year institutions.