Fairhaven High School and Academy

Fairhaven High School
12 Huttleston Avenue
Fairhaven, MA, Bristol County, 02719
School type Public
Established 1905
Principal Tara Kohler
Grades 9-12
Number of students 674 (2007-2008)
Mascot Blue Devils
Average SAT scores 492 verbal
506 math
489 writing (2010)[1]
Fairhaven High School and Academy
Fairhaven Academy
Fairhaven High School and Academy
Location Fairhaven, Massachusetts

41°38′35″N 70°54′22″W / 41.64306°N 70.90611°W / 41.64306; -70.90611Coordinates: 41°38′35″N 70°54′22″W / 41.64306°N 70.90611°W / 41.64306; -70.90611

Built 1905
Architect Charles Brigham
Architectural style Other, Late 19th And 20th Century Revivals
Governing body Local
NRHP Reference #


Added to NRHP January 22, 1981

Fairhaven High School and Academy is a historic school on Huttleston Avenue in Fairhaven, Massachusetts.

The school was built in 1905 Fairhaven High School and Academey is a historic school located in the town of Fairhaven in south eastern Massachusetts. The school building was added to the National Historic Register in 1981. The building was donated in 1906 by Henry Huttleston Rogers, who was one of the key men in John D. Rockefeller’s Standard Oil Trust.

The sports teams at the school are nicknamed the "Blue Devils" and the School colors are blue and white.


Fairhaven High is located at 12 Huttleston Ave in Fairhaven.

Media appearances

Fairhaven High School has appeared on the reality TV Series, The Principal's Office on truTV.


External links

  • Fairhaven High School Wiki - Community Wiki site on WikiSpot.org created for Alumni, former faculty and the community. Historic data, no current school activities included.
  • Fairhaven High Alumni Association - The official website of the Fairhaven High School Alumni Association, with info about reunions, school activities, building restoration, and fundraising efforts.
  • Fairhaven High School Renovation - National Trust for Historic Preservation
  • MaxPreps Blue Devils School Sports Website

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