Wilcox Central High School

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Wilcox Central High School
Wilcox Central High School entrance WCHSbuilding.jpg
The main entrance to Wilcox Central High School
Location
1310 T.L. Threadgill Road
Camden, Alabama
Coordinates 32°0′26″N 87°19′21″W / 32.00722°N 87.32250°W / 32.00722; -87.32250Coordinates: 32°0′26″N 87°19′21″W / 32.00722°N 87.32250°W / 32.00722; -87.32250
Information
Type Public school
School district Wilcox County School District
NCES School ID 010351001780[1]
Principal Edward Duane Hale
Teaching staff 41.00 (on FTE basis)[1]
Grades 9-12
Number of students 609[1]
Student to teacher ratio 14.85[1]
Color(s) Red, White, Blue             
Mascot Jaguars
Website

Wilcox Central High School (WCHS or Wilcox), is a public high school in Camden, Alabama. Part of the Wilcox County School District, it serves as the only public high school in Wilcox County.[1] More than 600 students were enrolled for the 2010-2011 school year.[1]

Athletics[edit]

The Jaguars sport teams include: varsity/junior varsity girls and boys basketball, varsity boys baseball, varsity girls softball, and varsity boys football. The Wilcox-Central varsity boys basketball has won 2 past 5A State Championships in 2000 and 2003. They also have a state title in 1985 and one from the early years of the 20 and 30s. In the 2006-07 year Wilcox lost to John Carroll 49-44 in State Regional Semifinals. Then in 2007-08 lost to Parker High School also in the State Regional Semifinals in Montgomery.

Clubs[edit]

The school host many clubs such as AFJROTC, BETA Club, Drama Club, Future Business Leaders of America, Future Farmers of America, HOSA, Library/Book Club, Science Club, SGA, VICA.[2]

Alumni[edit]

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