Wapahani High School
|Wapahani High School|
|10401 East County Road 167 South
Selma, Indiana, Delaware County 47383
|Type||Public high school|
|School district||Liberty-Perry Community Schools|
Wapahani High School was founded in 1967 to replace Selma and Center High Schools. Wapahani is a Delaware Indian word for White River, whose west fork runs a few hundred yards behind the school. The name was chosen by the daughter of Ardis Bailey, who was a secretary at Selma High School.
The demographic breakdown of the 356 students enrolled for the 2012-2013 school year was:
- Male = 47.2%
- Female - 52.8%
- Hispanic - 1.1%
- White - 96.6%
- Multiracial - 2.3%
In addition, 39.3% of the students were eligible for free or reduced lunches.
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