Sutton High School (Massachusetts)
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|Sutton High School|
Sutton High School
383 Boston Road
|Type||Public High School|
|School district||Sutton Public Schools|
|Superintendent||Theodore (Ted) F. Friend|
|Student to teacher ratio||12.15|
|Color(s)||Kelly Green & White|
|Athletics conference||Dual Valley Conference, Division 3|
|Website||Sutton High School website|
The original school building, completed in 1952, has been added to with the last addition being completed around 2000. It is currently undergoing a new building project, in which the entire middle and high school building (with the exception of the Romasco Gymnasium) is being rebuilt.
They compete in Division 3 of the MIAA and are members of the Dual Valley Conference. Competitors include Douglas High School (Massachusetts), Hopedale Junior Senior High School, Blackstone-Millville Regional High School, Whitinsville Christian School and Nipmuc Regional High School. The school's teams include track, cross country, field hockey, volleyball, soccer, baseball, basketball, cheerleading, tennis, golf, indoor track, softball and football in collaboration with Douglas High School.
Sutton High's band has held public performances on the steps of the Lincoln Memorial in Washington D.C and in the center of Merchant Square in Jamestown, VA.
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- "Dual Valley Conference". www.dualvalleyconference.org. Retrieved 2018-04-24.
- "2011 MIAA Boys Soccer - Central Division 3". MIAA. Retrieved 8 February 2012.
- Burrill, Olivia. "Sutton Band Receives Generous Accolades". The Millbury - Sutton Chronicle. Retrieved 8 February 2012.