Versailles High School

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Versailles High School
Address
459 South Center Street
Versailles, Ohio, (Darke County), 45380
United States
Coordinates 40°13′4″N 84°29′0″W / 40.21778°N 84.48333°W / 40.21778; -84.48333Coordinates: 40°13′4″N 84°29′0″W / 40.21778°N 84.48333°W / 40.21778; -84.48333
Information
Type Public, Coeducational high school
School district Versailles Exempted Village Schools
Superintendent Aaron Moran[1]
Principal Roger McEldowney[1]
Grades 9-12
Color(s) Orange and Black [1]          
Athletics conference Midwest Athletic Conference[1]
Team name Tigers[1]
Accreditation North Central Association of Colleges and Schools [2]
Athletic Director Doug Giere[1]
Website

Versailles High School is a public high school in Versailles, Ohio, Darke county. The principal of the building is Roger McEldowney. It is the only high school in the Versailles Exempted Village Schools district. The mascot is the tiger. They are a member of the Midwest Athletic Conference. Versailles high school offers grades 7-12. According to the Public School Review website, there are thirty-eight teachers and six hundred and seventy three students with a teacher/student ratio of 1:18.[3] Accessed 2009-07-09.

New school[edit]

A new building, intended to house all grades, was officially opened as of the 2010-2011 school year.[4] According to the district Superintendent, Mr. David Vail, as of 2008, enrollment throughout the district had been steady for the past five years averaging about 1400 students per year, and the enrollment number was then projected to increase slightly over the next three years.[5] Accessed 2009-07-09.

Ohio High School Athletic Association State Championships[edit]

Versailles High School is a top contender in numerous varsity sports with state championships in football and cross-country most recently.

In 2003, Versailles HS tied with St. Henry High School for the second-most state football championships in Ohio by a public school since the introduction of the current playoff system in 1972 (2 behind fellow MAC school Marion Local (Maria Stein) at 8).[9]

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