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Syracuse Junior High School

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Phone  +1 801-402-6800
Lowest grade  Seventh grade
District  Davis School District
Address  1450 S 2000 W, Syracuse, UT 84075, USA

Syracuse Junior High School is located in Syracuse, Utah, United States, in the Davis School District. It serves grades 7–9. The school has become very crowded due to the increase in the city of Syracuse's population, which is currently estimated to be around 21,000. The school's official mascot is the "Seahawk". The school is a participant in the International Baccalaureate Program, a rigorous educational program with high standards modeled on educational systems from around the world.


School Song

The school's fight song was composed by Michael R Packham for the dedication of the school. For many years it was played at every game and school gathering. It was required of each incoming 7th grader to memorize the lyics:

We're Seahawks! Watch us soar.

We're Seahawks, learning more

Of life, as we view the world

Above our big salt sea.

We're Seahawks to the end.

We're Seahawks, need a friend?

Then come fly the heights with us.

You're in good company.

Cheer for the orange, you'll never lose.

Cheer for the blue of Syracuse.

We're loyal to you, the Orange and Blue

Of Syracuse Junior High.

Go, Seahawks! Fill the sky

With Seahawks, flying high.

So shout out for Syracuse,

The Seahawks can't be beat!


Boys' basketball's average is second place in the district.

Volleyball's average is second place in the district. Syracuse won a district championship game against West Point Junior High.

Girls' basketball's average is fourth in the district.

Track's average is first in the district.

Wrestling's average is fifth in the district.

Cheerleading's average is first place in the district.


  • Principal: Kenneth J. Hadlock
  • Assistant Principals: Joanna Richins, Jefferson Powars
  • References

    Syracuse Junior High School Wikipedia

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