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Everett High School (Massachusetts)

Everett High School
Excellence, Honor and Success
Address
100 Elm Street
Everett, Massachusetts, United States
Coordinates
Information
School type Public high school
School district Everett Public Schools
Superintendent Frederick F. Foresteire
Principal Erick Naumann
Vice principal Omar Easy
Teaching staff 127
Grades 9-12
Enrollment 1,763 (2012)[1]
Grade 9 489
Grade 10 410
Grade 11 394
Grade 12 465
Color(s) Crimson, Old Gold, and White             
Fight song Victory March
Team name Crimson Tide
Rival Xaverian Brothers High School
Accreditation NEASC
Newspaper The Crimson Times
Yearbook Crimson Tide
Website

Everett High School is a public high school in Everett, Massachusetts. After being located at Broadway Street for almost a century, a new high school was built on Elm Street, which opened in September 2007.

Athletics

Football

Cleo A. O'Donnell was the football coach of the Everett Crimson Tide from 1909–1915. His teams won championships in five of the seven seasons that O'Donnell was the coach. He became known for the stylish suits, which he wore on the sidelines, and developed a reputation as "a demanding perfectionist." He compiled a record of 68-8-6, and through one stretch between 1913 and 1915, his team shut out all opponents in 27 consecutive games. In thirteen games, O'Donnell's 1914 Everett team went undefeated 13–0 and outscored opponents 600 to 0. In the national championship of high school football, Everett, the best team in the East, was matched against Oak Park and River Forest High School from Illinois, the best team in the West. Everett defeated Oak Park 80 to 0. The Boston Evening Transcript wrote at the time, "Since Cleo O'Donnell took charge of the Suburban League school's athletics, he has had remarkable success, but this year's team is his masterpiece." Seventy years later, Sports Illustrated published a feature story on the 1914 Everett team, declaring it possibly the greatest high school football team of all time.

Everett's football team is regarded as one of, if not the best program in the state of Massachusetts and New England and on a few occasions, in the country. Since 1972, the year the Massachusetts Interscholastic Athletic Association (MIAA) started recording "Super Bowl" championships, Everett has won ten Division 1 State Championships under legendary coach John DiBiaso. Everett has also been ranked in USA Today's Top 25 a number of times.

Honors

  • 27x Greater Boston League Titles - 1955, 1961-65, 1972, 1975, 1995-2013.
  • 10x Division 1 "Super Bowl" Championships - 1997, 1999, 2001-2003, 2006-2007, 2010-2012
  • 2x National Championships - 1914, 1915 (Co-Champs with Central of Detroit)

Head coaches

Other sports

  • Baseball
  • Basketball
  • Boys' Soccer
  • Boys’ Hockey
  • Cross Country
  • Field Hockey
  • Football
  • Girls’ Basketball
  • Girls’ Hockey
  • Girls’ Soccer
  • Golf
  • Soccer
  • Tennis
  • Track
  • Volleyball

Notable alumni


References

  1. ^ http://www.usnews.com/education/best-high-schools/massachusetts/districts/everett/everett-high-school-9357/student-body
  2. ^ "Three Elevens Report For Everett Team". Boston Daily Globe. September 16, 1916. 
  3. ^ a b City of Everett 1892-1970. 
  4. ^ Shaughnessy, Dan (November 23, 2011). "Son shining in Everett". Boston Globe. Retrieved 31 July 2012. 

External links

  • Official website
  • Profile at City Data
  • City History of Everett
  • Class of 1962 website
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