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South Hadley High School

South Hadley High School
Address
153 Newton Street
South Hadley, Massachusetts, 01075
United States
Coordinates
Information
School type Public, high school
Founded 1870
Superintendent Nicholas Young
Principal Diana Bonneville
Assistant Principal Pat Lemieux
Staff 107
Grades 9–12
Enrollment 734 (2008)
Color(s) Orange & Black         
Team name Tigers
Average SAT scores 510 verbal
531 math
492 writing
1533 total (2014-2015)[1]
Newspaper Spotlight
Yearbook Gateway
TV Program Tiger Times
Website

South Hadley High School is a secondary school in South Hadley, Massachusetts for students in grades 9–12. The school has a student population of just over 700. The school's name is frequently referred to as "SHHS". In January 2010, the school became known across the United States and internationally for a series of bullying incidents that led to the suicide of Phoebe Prince.

References

  1. ^ SAT Performance Report - School and District Profiles: Massachusetts Department of Elementary and Secondary Education. Profiles.doe.mass.edu. Retrieved on 2013-09-07.
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