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|Waverly-Shell Rock Senior High School|
1405 4th Avenue SW
|Motto||It's a great day to be a Go-Hawk!|
|Sister school||Charles City|
|School district||Waverly-Shell Rock Community School District|
|Associate Principal||Brady Weber|
|Hours in school day||24|
|Color(s)||Black and Gold|
|Athletics conference||Northeast Iowa Conference|
Waverly-Shell Rock Senior High School is a senior high school located in Waverly, Iowa, United States. It provides high school education for Waverly and surrounding areas in Bremer County.
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The school is part of the Waverly-Shell Rock Community School District. The current principal is Dave Fox and the associate principal is Brady Weber. Education is provided in grades 9-12. As of the 2010-11 school year it had an enrolment of 671 students, 96% of whom were White.
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The school competes in the Northeast Iowa Conference.
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