Sharon High School
|Sharon High School|
Sharon High School
181 Pond Street
|Coordinates||42.1136° N, 71.1777° W|
|Principal||Elizabeth Gavin (Acting)|
|Student to teacher ratio||13:1|
|Athletics conference||Hockomock League|
|Rival||Oliver Ames High School|
|YouTube Channel||on YouTube 's channel|
Students have the opportunity to take Advanced Placement (AP) coursework and exams. The AP participation rate at Sharon High School is 59 percent. The student body is 48 percent male and 52 percent female, and the total minority enrollment is 22 percent. In 2011, Sharon High School received a National Blue Ribbon Schools award by the U.S. Department of Education.
The Sharon High football team won the school's first-ever state championship on December 1, 2012, defeating Wayland, 12-3, in the Eastern Massachusetts Division III Super Bowl at Bentley University. Head Coach Dave Morse was named the New England Patriots High School Coach of the Year, and senior captain and middle linebacker Brad Schiff, who recorded the game-sealing interception in the fourth quarter, was named to numerous All-State teams.
- Jake Fishman, baseball pitcher in the Toronto Blue Jays organization.
- Bruce Pearl, longtime men's basketball head coach at the University of Tennessee; currently men's basketball head coach at Auburn University.
- John Brebbia, baseball pitcher for the St. Louis Cardinals.
- Adam Cheyer, Co-creator of Siri, co-founder of Siri Inc and co-founder & VP Engineering of Viv Labs.
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