Waterloo High School (Ohio)

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Waterloo High School
1464 Industry Road
Atwater, Ohio 44201
United States
Coordinates 41°01′45″N 81°11′32″W / 41.029167°N 81.192222°W / 41.029167; -81.192222Coordinates: 41°01′45″N 81°11′32″W / 41.029167°N 81.192222°W / 41.029167; -81.192222
School type Public, secondary school
Founded 1967
School district Waterloo Local School District
Principal Nick Hulea
Grades 9–12
Enrollment 455 [1] (2007)
Language English
Campus Rural
Color(s) Burgundy and White
Team name Vikings
Communities served Atwater Township and Randolph Township
Accreditation Ohio Department of Education
Distinctions Ohio Dept. of Education Excellent rating- 2003, 2004, 2005, 2006, 2007
Athletic conference Portage Trail Conference
County Division

Waterloo High School is a public high school in Atwater, Ohio, United States. Its teams are known as the Vikings, and the school colors are burgundy and white. It is the only high school in the Waterloo Local School District and is part of the district's K-12 building.

The school is located in southern Portage County on Industry Road adjacent to the border between Atwater and Randolph Townships. It was founded in 1967 with the merging of the former Atwater and Randolph High Schools. The Waterloo school district was created two years earlier through the merger of the Atwater and Randolph districts on Oct. 15, 1965.[2] The name Waterloo was chosen on October 18, 1965.[3]

Waterloo competes in the Portage Trail Conference County Division in high school athletics.


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  2. ^ "Randolph-Atwater School Merger Approved". Record-Courier. September 17, 1965. 
  3. ^ "New Portage District 'Meets Its Waterloo!'". Record-Courier. October 19, 1965. 

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