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Steubenville High School

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Principal  Ted Gorman
Grades  9-12
Mascot  Big Red
Faculty  ~60
Phone  +1 740-282-9741
Colors  Black, Crimson
Type  Public, coeducational high school
Opened  1949 (current location)
Superintendent  Melinda Young (interim)
Address  420 N 4th St, Steubenville, OH 43952, USA
District  Steubenville City School District

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Steubenville High School is a public high school in Steubenville, Ohio. It is the only public high school in the Steubenville City Schools District. The school is commonly known by the name of its mascot, Big Red.

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Athletics

In most sports, Steubenville competes in the Ohio Valley Athletic Conference.

Sports offered

The following sports are offered:

  • Track
  • Tennis
  • Softball
  • Baseball
  • Basketball (boys and girls)
  • Swimming
  • Wrestling
  • Golf
  • Soccer (boys and girls)
  • Football
  • State Championships

  • Football – 1984, 2005, 2006
  • 2012 rape case

    The school drew international attention after two members of the football team shared video of them raping a 16-year-old girl in 2012.

    Notable alumni and faculty

  • Douglas Applegate – U.S. Representative from Ohio (1977–1995)
  • Zach Collaros - American Football quarterback currently playing in the Canadian Football League
  • Sylvia Crawley – Boston College Women's basketball coach, former star player
  • Paul Hoover – Kent State University baseball, Tampa Bay Devil Rays, Florida Marlins, Philadelphia Phillies.
  • Calvin Jones – Outland Trophy winner, University of Iowa football star.
  • Don Joyce (1929-2012) - American football defensive end in the National Football League from 1951 to 1962.
  • Eddie Kazak – former MLB player (St. Louis Cardinals, Cincinnati Reds)
  • Dean Martin – entertainer, who dropped out of the high school in the 10th grade.
  • Will Robinson – former head basketball coach at Illinois State and scout for the Detroit Pistons. First African-American head basketball coach NCAA Division I history.
  • Moses Fleetwood Walker – first African American to play in Major League Baseball
  • Weldy Walker – second African American to play in Major League Baseball
  • References

    Steubenville High School Wikipedia


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