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Marblehead High School

Marblehead High School
2 Humphrey Street
Marblehead, MA, Essex, 01945
Type Public
CEEB Code 221325
NCES School ID 250726001124
Principal Debra Heaton
Vice principal Jaime Parsons
Vice principal Gail Treanor
Grades 9-12
Gender Coeducational
Number of students 970
Color(s) Red and Black          
Mascot Magician
Rival Swampscott High School (Swampscott, MA)
Accreditation(s) New England Association of Schools and Colleges
Average SAT scores 558 verbal
571 math
551 writing (2010)[1]

Marblehead High School is a four-year high school located in Marblehead, MA. The school has approximately 970 students.[2] The current campus began construction in 2001, and opened for the 2002-2003 school year. They are also known for their four a capella groups, the Jewel Tones, Luminescence, Grizzly Freakin' Man Singers, and Serendipity


The school currently employs approximately 70 teachers [3] among four core subjects (Mathematics, English, social studies, and the sciences), foreign languages (Spanish, French, and Latin), as well as special education staff and tutors.


Currently, Marblehead High School has over thirty sports teams for fall, winter, and spring sports. The school mascot is the Magician. Marblehead High School athletics has had significant success in recent years, winning numerous conference and state titles in the past several years, including a state title in hockey in 2011.[4]

Fall sports

  • Boys Cross-Country
  • Girls Cross-Country
  • Field Hockey
  • Football
  • Golf
  • Boys Soccer
  • Girls Soccer
  • Football Cheerleading

Winter sports

  • Boys Basketball
  • Girls Basketball
  • Boys Ice Hockey (Div 3 North Champions 2008, 2010, 2011(State Champs 2011))
  • Girls Ice Hockey
  • Swimming (State Champs 2011)
  • Gymnastics
  • Boys Indoor Track
  • Girls Indoor Track
  • Ski Team (State Champs 2011)
  • Wrestling
  • Hockey Cheerleading

Spring sports

  • Baseball
  • Softball
  • Boys Lacrosse
  • Girls Lacrosse
  • Boys Spring Track
  • Girls Spring Track
  • Boys Tennis
  • Girls Tennis
  • Sailing

Notable alumni


Coordinates: 42°29′32.92″N 70°52′08.96″W / 42.4924778°N 70.8691556°W / 42.4924778; -70.8691556

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