Watertown High School (Connecticut)

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Watertown High School is a public high school serving Watertown, Connecticut, United States. It is located at 324 French Street.

Current administration[edit]

  • Principal: Paul Jones
  • Assistant Principal: Nicole Cotte
  • Assistant Principal: Thomas Hogrefe
  • Athletic Director: Paul Catuccio

Athletics[edit]

Watertown is a member of the Naugatuck Valley League. It supports a wide array of sports for its students, including soccer, cross country, field hockey, football, basketball, indoor track, weight lifting, swimming and diving, baseball, softball, golf, outdoor track, and lacrosse. Facilities for the sports are scattered all across Watertown, including its new turf field (2009) and pool located on campus, Deland Field, Veterans Memorial Park[1] and Crestbrook Park Golf Course. Watertown is a member of CAS and CIAC. The boys' ice hockey team is a co-op between both Watertown High School and Pomperaug High School of Southbury, Connecticut. This team, unlike other sports the school offers, is a member of the South West Conference. All home games are played on the campus of the Taft School, also located in Watertown.

Theater[edit]

Music[edit]

  • Music Under the Stars: Outdoor concert where students and teachers perform.
  • Talent Show: Competition where students preform and are judged by a panel of students and teachers.
  • Winter Concert: Performance for Band, Wind Ensemble, Jazz Band, Choir, Chamber Choir, and String Ensemble. (Usually classical and winter themed music)
  • Pop Concert: Performance for Band, Wind Ensemble, Jazz Band, Choir, Chamber Choir, and String Ensemble. (Disney, Classic Rock, Pop etc.)
  • Spring Concert: Performance for Band, Wind Ensemble, Jazz Band, Choir, Chamber Choir, and String Ensemble. (Usually classical and "springy" music)

Notable alumni[edit]

  • Rico Brogna, Class of 1988 - former MLB player; played over nine seasons with the Tigers, Mets, Phillies, Red Sox and Atlanta Braves
  • Joe Cipriano, Class of 1972 - real name David Joseph Cipriano; television announcer; since 1988, the voice of Fox, CBS, NBC, Primetime Emmy Awards and Grammy Awards

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Coordinates: 41°35′50″N 73°06′07″W / 41.5971°N 73.102°W / 41.5971; -73.102