Anson High School (North Carolina)

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Anson High School
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Anson High School (North Carolina)
96 Anson High School Rd

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28170

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Coordinates 34°58′39″N80°06′08″W / 34.9776°N 80.1021°W / 34.9776; -80.1021 Coordinates: 34°58′39″N80°06′08″W / 34.9776°N 80.1021°W / 34.9776; -80.1021
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Type Public
School district Anson County Schools
CEEB code 344080
NCES School ID 370018002054 [1]
PrincipalChris Stinson
Teaching staff47.49 (FTE) [2]
Enrollment774 (201718) [2]
Student to teacher ratio16.30 [2]
Campus typeRural
Color(s)Orange and blue
  
Athletics conferenceSouthern Carolina
MascotBearcats
Website ahs.ansonschools.org

Anson High School is a public, co-educational secondary school located in Wadesboro, North Carolina. It is one of four high schools in the Anson County Schools system.[ citation needed ]

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School information

For the 2010–2011 school year, Anson High School had a total population of 822 students and 57.60 teachers on a (FTE) basis. The student population had a gender ratio of 48% male to 52% female. The demographic group makeup of the student population was: Black, 68.73%; White, 24.33%; Hispanic, 2.92%; Asian/Pacific Islander, 1.70%; and American Indian, 0.61% (two or more races, 1.70%). [1] For the same school year, 75.12% of the students received free and reduced-cost lunches. [3]

Administration

The current principal of Anson High School is Chris Stinson. Fred Davis is the assistant principal. [4] Murphy was hired in 2009 to replace former principal George Boothby who retired in 2008. [5]

Athletics

According to the North Carolina High School Athletic Association, for the 2011–2012 school year, Anson High School is a 3A school in the Southern Carolina Conference. [6] The school's mascot is the Bearcats, wearing the school colors of orange and blue. [7] They compete in various sports throughout the school year: cross country, men's and women's soccer, football, wrestling, volleyball, men's and women's basketball, baseball, golf, softball, and track and field. Since 2015-16 Anson High Bearcats have been designated 2A an compete in the Rocky River 2A conference. [8]

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