Thompson Falls High School

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Thompson Falls High School
Address
601 Golf St

Thompson Falls
,
Sanders County
,
Montana

United States
Coordinates 47°35′43″N115°19′19″W / 47.59528°N 115.32194°W / 47.59528; -115.32194 (Thompson Falls High School) Coordinates: 47°35′43″N115°19′19″W / 47.59528°N 115.32194°W / 47.59528; -115.32194 (Thompson Falls High School)
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School districtThompson Falls Public Schools
PrincipalJason Slater
Teaching staff11.63 (FTE) [1]
Enrollment176 (2017–18) [1]
Student to teacher ratio15.13 [1]
Color(s)            
MascotBluehawk
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Thompson Falls High School is a high school in Thompson Falls, Sanders County, Montana, United States. [2] As of the 2014–2015 school year, it had an enrollment of 175 students in grades 9–12. [3]

The school has an unusually large percentage of students who have come from other states, where they have had difficulties and have been sent to Sanders County to live in group homes. More than 90% of these students go on to graduate from high school. [4] In 2015 the school received a College and Career Transition Award from ACT and the state of Montana. [5]

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References

  1. 1 2 3 "Thompson Falls High Schl". National Center for Education Statistics. Retrieved December 27, 2019.
  2. "Thompson Falls Public Schools" . Retrieved 27 April 2013.
  3. "2014–2015 Thompson Falls High School Profile" (accessed 2015-07-27).
  4. Vince Devlin, "Long Road to Goodbye", Missoulian , February 10, 2013   via  HighBeam Research (subscription required).
  5. "Juneau, Bullock and ACT Honor Helena College, Thompson Falls HS, and Student", State of Montana, March 5, 2015.