Thomas Worthington High School

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Thomas Worthington High School
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Address
300 West Dublin Granville Road

,
43085

Coordinates 40°5′26″N83°1′32″W / 40.09056°N 83.02556°W / 40.09056; -83.02556 Coordinates: 40°5′26″N83°1′32″W / 40.09056°N 83.02556°W / 40.09056; -83.02556
Information
Type Public, Coeducational high school
School district Worthington City School District
SuperintendentTrent Bowers
PrincipalPete Scully
Teaching staff94.75 (FTE)
Grades 9-12
Enrollment1,598 [1]  (2014-15)
Student to teacher ratio16.28
Color(s)Blue and Red         
Song"Oh, Worthington" (Words and Music by Henry Shuster, 1955)
Fight song Stand Up and Cheer
Athletics conference Ohio Capital Conference
Nickname Cardinals
Rivals Worthington Kilbourne High School, Upper Arlington High School
Accreditation North Central Association of Colleges and Schools
NewspaperThe Phoenix
Website
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Thomas Worthington High School ("TWHS") is a public school in Worthington, Ohio. The school was named Worthington High School until 1991, when sister school, Worthington Kilbourne High School, opened.

Contents

With approximately 1700 students, TWHS is the largest school in the Worthington City School District. Its mascot is the cardinal, and the school colors are red and blue. A map of the district divisions is located here. [6]

Within the Worthington City School District, Worthingway Middle School, Kilbourne Middle School, and Phoenix Middle School students who would traditionally go to Worthingway or Kilbourne feed in to TWHS.

Clubs and activities

Clubs and organizations

TWHS offers many clubs and organizations to its students. [7]

Athletics

The following sports are available to students:

Ohio High School Athletic Association State Championships

Other athletic accomplishments

  • State Champions - Boys Water Polo - 2002, 2003, 2017 [15] (Sponsored by the Ohio High School Swim Coaches Association)
  • State Champions - Boys Lacrosse - 1989,1990,1991,1996 [16] [ failed verification ] (Sponsored by the Ohio High School Lacrosse Association)

Notable alumni

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