Sandpoint High School

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Sandpoint High School
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Sandpoint High School
410 S. Division Ave.

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United States
Coordinates 48°16′08″N116°34′12″W / 48.269°N 116.570°W / 48.269; -116.570 Coordinates: 48°16′08″N116°34′12″W / 48.269°N 116.570°W / 48.269; -116.570
Information
Type Public
School district Lake Pend Oreille S.D. #84
PrincipalDavid Miles [1]
Teaching staff57.33 (FTE) (2018–19) [2]
Grades 912
Enrollment999 (2018–19) [2]
Student to teacher ratio17.43:1 (2018–19) [2]
Color(s)Red and white    
Athletics IHSAA Class 4A [3]
Athletics conference Inland Empire League (4A)
Mascot Bulldog
Rivals Lakeland, Moscow
YearbookMonticola
Website sh.lposd.org
Sandpoint High School
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Former building (1922) from southeast in 2015
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Location in Idaho
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Location in the United States
Location102 S. Euclid Avenue
Sandpoint, Idaho, U.S.
Coordinates 48°16′21″N116°33′16″W / 48.2726°N 116.5544°W / 48.2726; -116.5544
Arealess than one acre
Built1922;100 years ago (1922)
Built byJasper & McLellan
Architect Whitehouse & Price
Architectural styleClassical Revival
MPS Public School Buildings in Idaho MPS
NRHP reference No. 99001277 [4]
Added to NRHPOctober 28, 1999

Sandpoint High School is a four-year public secondary school [5] in the northwest United States, located in Sandpoint, Idaho. It is the larger of the two high schools in the Lake Pend Oreille School District; the other is Clark Fork in Class 1A. The SHS school colors are red and white and the mascot is a bulldog.

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Athletics

Sandpoint competes in IHSAA Class 4A, [3] the second-highest classification in the state. It is a member of the Inland Empire League (4A), along with Lakeland (in nearby Rathdrum) and Moscow, 135 miles (220 km) south.

SHS formerly had rivalries with Coeur d'Alene and Lewiston; both are in IEL 5A.

State titles

Boys

Girls

Academic Decathlon

The school's Academic Decathlon program has been successful in statewide and national competitions. The 2006 team placed first at the Idaho Academic Decathlon State Competition and traveled to San Antonio for the national finals, placing 17th overall and earning the title "Rookie of the Year" in Division II.[ citation needed ] In 2008, Sandpoint won six of the nine overall individual medals and placed second in the state; SHS scored its highest team score ever, with more than 43,000 points out of a possible 60,000.

The 2009 team represented Idaho in the online nationals competition for medium-sized schools and placed first overall. [22]

In 2010, the state competition was hosted by Sandpoint, the first time it was held outside the Boise area in its 26-year history. SHS defeated Centennial of Boise in March. represented Idaho at the national championship in April at Omaha, Nebraska, [23] and finished fifth in Division II. [24]

Historic building

The previous SHS building of 1922, located less than a mile northeast at 102 S. Euclid Avenue, was later used as an office building. Listed on the National Register of Historic Places in 1999, [25] it is now the Sandpoint campus of North Idaho College for residents of Bonner County. [26]

Alumni


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