Madison Consolidated High School

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Madison Consolidated High School
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Madison Consolidated High School
743 Clifty Drive

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47250

United States
Coordinates 38°46′25″N85°24′07″W / 38.773491°N 85.401831°W / 38.773491; -85.401831 Coordinates: 38°46′25″N85°24′07″W / 38.773491°N 85.401831°W / 38.773491; -85.401831
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Type Public high school
School district Madison Consolidated Schools
PrincipalMichael Gasaway
Faculty51.19 (FTE) [1]
Grades9-12
Enrollment876 (2018-19) [1]
Student to teacher ratio17.11 [1]
Color(s)  
AthleticsFootball, Basketball, Baseball, Wrestling, Volleyball, Cheerleading, Soccer, Softball, Track, Cross Country, Golf, Marching Band, Color Guard
Athletics conference Hoosier Hills Conference
MascotCub
Rival Southwestern High School [2]
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Madison Consolidated High School is a school, in Madison, Indiana. It is a part of the Madison Consolidated Schools.

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  1. 1 2 3 "Madison Consolidated High School". National Center for Education Statistics. Retrieved February 3, 2021.
  2. "'Battle of the Railroad'". Madison Courier. Retrieved March 12, 2018.