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Hanover High School (Massachusetts)

Hanover High School
287 Cedar St.
Hanover, Massachusetts
Hanover, Massachusetts, Plymouth County, 02339
United States
School type Public High School
Established 1800s
Principal Dr. Thomas R. Raab
Vice principal Mr. Hugh Galligan
Faculty 61
Grades 9-12
Enrollment 694
Language English
Color(s) Blue & Gold          
Athletics conference Patriot League
Nickname Indians
Rival Norwell, Scituate, Pembroke
Average SAT scores 504 verbal
513 math
500 writing (2010)[1]
Communities served Town of Hanover

Hanover High School is a public school located in Hanover, Massachusetts. It encompases grades 9-12. Hanover High is a continuation for Hanover Middle School, and before that either Sylvester/Center School or Cedar School. The current High School was built in 1958. The first graduating class was 1959. Sylvester School formerly served as the High School. A new High School is being built and will be finished in 2011. Hanover's colors and Blue & Gold and their mascot is the Indians.


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