Waverly Central High School
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|Waverly Central High School|
|1325 Highway 70 West
|School district||Humphreys County School System|
|NCES School ID||470198000642|
|Faculty||39.00 (on FTE basis)|
|Student to teacher ratio||15.74:1|
|Color(s)||Blue and white|
|Mascot||Wavo the Tiger|
Waverly Central High School is a senior high school in Waverly, Tennessee, United States. It is managed as part of the Humphreys County School System. The school educates in grades 9–12. For the school year 2010–11, the student population stood at 614. The principal is Richard Rye.
Waverly High is home of the Waverly Tigers and Tigerettes. The sports program includes basketball, volleyball, softball, baseball, football, track, soccer, and marching band, all of which are boys and girls. The teams play at the "Ray Hampton Stadium", which was named after former coach, Ray Hampton.
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