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Saratoga Springs High School

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School type  Public high school
Principal  Brett Miller
Enrollment  2,782 (2009-10)
Phone  +1 518-587-6690
Number of students  2,782
Superintendent  Mr. Michael Piccirillo
Grades  9–12
Language  English
Mascot  Blue Streaks
Saratoga Springs High School
Address  1 Blue Streak Boulevard, Saratoga Springs, NY 12866, USA
District  Saratoga Springs City School District

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Saratoga Springs High School is a public high school in Saratoga Springs, New York. The school was originally located on Lake Avenue, but was relocated to its current location prior to 1969. The current campus was renovated in 2002 and is a state-of-the-art facility. The school is well known for excellence in its music and drama programs. The school's drama club is a regular contender for the Schenectady Light Opera's High School Musical Award, placing 2nd in 2011 and winning first place in 2008. The girls' cross country team was ranked first in the nation for eight years, and when winning the inaugural Nike Cross Nationals in 2004 was labeled as the greatest high school girls' team in history. Their boys' cross country team won the National Championship in 2005. Also known for its other successful athletic teams, such as ice hockey (New York State champion, 1999 and 2013; New York State finalist, 2010–11), boys' and girls' lacrosse, boys' and girls' indoor and outdoor track and field, football, baseball, competitive cheerleading, girls' tennis, golf and skiing. In 2009-10, Saratoga Springs finished second among the state's Class A schools in the New York State Sportswriters Association All-Sport Championship.


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Notable alumni

  • Dorian Crozier (1989), drummer
  • David Hyde Pierce (1977), actor
  • Stacey Fox (1983), musician
  • Justin Michael Jenkins (1989), artist
  • Matt Rhoades (1993), Republican political operative, manager of Mitt Romney's 2012 presidential campaign
  • Matthew Riddle (2004), former mixed martial artist and professional wrestler
  • Scott Underwood (1991), former Train drummer
  • Scott Valentine (1976), actor
  • Anthony Weaver (1998), NFL defensive end
  • References

    Saratoga Springs High School Wikipedia