Sutton High School (Massachusetts)

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Sutton High School
Sutton High School Building.png
Sutton High School
Address
383 Boston Road
Sutton, Worcester County, Massachusetts 01590
United States
Coordinates 42°8′40.4″N 71°46′15.9″W / 42.144556°N 71.771083°W / 42.144556; -71.771083Coordinates: 42°8′40.4″N 71°46′15.9″W / 42.144556°N 71.771083°W / 42.144556; -71.771083
Information
Type Public High School
Open enrollment[1]
School district Sutton Public Schools
Superintendent Theodore (Ted) F. Friend
Dean Dan Delongchamp
Principal Ted McCarthy
Faculty 55
Grades 912
Number of students 431
Color(s) Kelly Green & White         
Athletics Sutton Athletics
Athletics conference Dual Valley Conference, Division 3
Average SAT scores 560 verbal
561 math
1121 total (2016-2017)[2]
Newspaper The Movement
Yearbook Exitus
Website

Sutton High School is a public high school serving students in the ninth through twelfth grades, located in the rural town of Sutton, Massachusetts, USA.

History[edit]

The original school building, completed in 1952, has been added to with the last addition being completed around 2000. It is currently undergoing a new building project, in which the entire middle and high school building (with the exception of the Romasco Gymnasium) is being rebuilt. [3]

Extracurricular activities[edit]

Sports[edit]

They compete in Division 3 of the MIAA and are members of the Dual Valley Conference.[4] The school's teams include track, cross country, field hockey, volleyball, soccer, baseball, basketball, cheerleading, tennis, golf, indoor track, softball and football in collaboration with Douglas High School.

Other activities[edit]

Sutton High's band has held public performances on the steps of the Lincoln Memorial in Washington D.C and in the center of Merchant Square in Jamestown, VA.[5]

See also[edit]

References[edit]

  1. ^ http://www.doe.mass.edu/finance/schoolchoice/choice-status.pdf
  2. ^ "2016-17 SAT Performance Statewide Report". profiles.doe.mass.edu. 
  3. ^ MA, Sutton,. "Sutton, MA - School Building Committee". www.suttonma.org. 
  4. ^ "2011 MIAA Boys Soccer - Central Division 3". MIAA. Retrieved 8 February 2012. 
  5. ^ Burrill, Olivia. "Sutton Band Receives Generous Accolades". The Millbury - Sutton Chronicle. Retrieved 8 February 2012. 

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