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South Newton High School

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Principal  Charles Huckstep
Enrollment  256 (2013-2014)
Website  Official Website
Faculty  26
Grades  9-12
Team name  Rebels
Number of students  256 (2013–2014)
School type  State school
Athletics conference  Sangamon Valley Conference

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South Newton High School is a multi-community high school consisting of grades 9-12 located in rural Newton County, between the incorporated towns of Kentland Brook and Goodland, Indiana. The Elementary/Middle/Junior High facilities are located adjacent to the high school.


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The school has more than 250 students and is classified as a 1A school by the IHSAA. The schools colors are red, gray and white. The mascot for South Newton is the Rebels.


The South Newton Rebels became the first Indiana high school to join an athletic conference located in Illinois. They will start play in the Sangamon Valley Conference in 2015 following the breakup of the Midwest Conference in Indiana. (Mt. Carmel, Illinois currently competes in a conference located in Indiana.)

Notable alumni

  • Tracy Smith (1984) - Head coach of the Arizona State Sun Devils baseball team. Former head coach of the Miami RedHawks baseball team and Indiana Hoosiers baseball team.
  • Eric Watt - 2010 Gagliardi Trophy winner for the Trine Thunder football team. During his time at South Newton, Watt was a three-year starter, at quarterback for the football team and was the MVP of the 2007 North-South Indiana High School All-Star game.
  • References

    South Newton High School Wikipedia

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