Warroad High School

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Warroad High School
Address
510 Cedar Avenue
Warroad, Minnesota 56763
United States
Coordinates 48°54′40″N 95°19′47″W / 48.9111°N 95.3298°W / 48.9111; -95.3298Coordinates: 48°54′40″N 95°19′47″W / 48.9111°N 95.3298°W / 48.9111; -95.3298
Information
Type Public high school
Motto A Continuing tradition of Academic, Athletic, and Arts Excellence!
School district Warroad Public School District
NCES District ID 2741850
NCES School ID 274185001745
Faculty 30.23
Grades 7–12
Enrollment 463 (2011–2012)
Student to teacher ratio 15.32:1
Campus type Rural: Remote
Color(s) Black and Gold
Athletics conference Mariucci (hockey)
Team name Warriors
Rivals Roseau Rams
Website

Warroad High School is a public high school in Warroad, Minnesota. Relative to the size of the community, there are several highly successful hockey players who have attended the school.[1]

Academics[edit]

21% of Warroad students participate in the school's Advanced Placement (AP) program and have a 63% pass rate. The school has a 63% AP exam pass rate.[2]

Athletics[edit]

The Warroad Warriors are a part of the Northwest Conference of the Minnesota State High School League for most sports. For football they are a member of the Heart O'Lakes - Classic Conference. The following varsity sports teams are sanction by Warroad High School:"[3]

Hockey[edit]

Warroad hockey teams are part of the hockey only Mariucci Conference. The Warriors have won the Class A state hockey tournaments in 1994, 1996, 2003, and 2005. They have also made 10 appearances at the state finals as well as 21 overall tournament appearances.[4] Jay Hardwick coaches the boys' team and David Marvin coaches the girls' team.[3]

Activities[edit]

  • Knowledge Bowl
  • National Honor Society
  • One-Act Play
  • Speech
  • Student Council
  • Band
  • Choir

Demographics[edit]

As of the 2011–2012 school year, Warroad was 82% white, 9% American Indian, 8% Asian, 1% Hispanic, 0% Black, 0% Hawaiian/Pacific Islanders, and .2% two or more races.[5] 21% of student were eligible for the Free Lunch Program and 8% were eligible for the Reduced-Price Lunch Program.[5]

Notable alumni[edit]

References[edit]

  1. ^ The Associated Press. "Oshie is latest Success Story from Warroad Minn". WCCO, CBS local. 
  2. ^ "Test Scores". US News & World Report. Retrieved January 15, 2015. 
  3. ^ a b http://warroad.k12.mn.us/directory#Athletics
  4. ^ "Warroad". MNHockeyHub. Retrieved January 15, 2015. 
  5. ^ a b "Warroad High School Student Body". US News & World Report. Retrieved January 15, 2015.