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Holyoke High School

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Established  1882
Principal  Stephen Sullivan
Color(s)  Purple & White
District  Holyoke School District
Number of students  1,300
Superintendent  Sergio Paez
Faculty  102
Phone  +1 413-534-2020
Mascot  Purple Knights
Average SAT scores  458 verbal 465 math 436 writing 1359 total (2015-2016)
Address  500 Beech St, Holyoke, MA 01040, USA

Holyoke High School is a public high school in western Massachusetts, that serves the City of Holyoke.

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Overview

Holyoke High School is located in Holyoke just off of Interstate 391. Currently, there are approximately 1300 students enrolled in the school in both divisions. The school colors are purple and white and the school song is "Hail, Holyoke".

Athletics

Holyoke High School has varsity teams in the following sports: Baseball, Basketball, Cheerleading, Cross Country, Ice Hockey, Skiing, Softball, Golf, Indoor Track, Field Hockey, Football, Soccer, Swimming & Diving, Track & Field, Tennis, and Volleyball. HHS has a JV team for football, field hockey, soccer, cheerleading, volleyball, basketball, baseball and softball. It also has freshman teams for football, soccer, volleyball, basketball, baseball, and softball. Girls Varsity Basketball: Western Mass Champions 2012

Clubs and activities

  • Anime Club
  • Poetry Society
  • Book Club
  • GEAR-UP
  • Art Club
  • Herald
  • Band (Concert, Jazz, & Marching)
  • Bilingual Club
  • National Honor Society
  • Business and Educational Technology Club
  • Operation Close-Up
  • Choir (Bell, Concert, & Madrigal)
  • SCORE Peer Mediators
  • Color Guard
  • Spanish Club
  • Connections
  • Student Council/Government
  • Debate Team
  • Upward Bound
  • Drama Club
  • French Club
  • Yearbook
  • Photography Club
  • Gay & Straight Alliance
  • Musical
  • As Schools Match Wits
  • Media

    There is currently one school newspaper at Holyoke High School, The Holyoke Herald, which is produced by its students in the school's journalism classes. Students also air a weekly program on the local Public-access television cable TV channel titled HPS 12. Published once a year is the literary and creative arts magazine, "The Knight Writer." In addition to these publications is the yearbook which also publishes a blog on its website.

    References

    Holyoke High School Wikipedia


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