Ware Junior Senior High School

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Ware Junior Senior High School
237 West Street

United States
Typepublic secondary school
School districtWare School District
PrincipalEdwin Ramos
Color(s)Green and white

Ware Junior Senior High School (WJSHS) is a public school serving grades 7–12 for the Ware School District in Ware, Massachusetts, United States.


The old Ware High School building was erected in 1893 and is part of the Church Street Historic District (Ware, Massachusetts).


The Ware Indians are part of the Pioneer Valley Interscholastic Athletic Conference. School colors are green and white. It has a baseball team, a football team, and a cheerleading squad.[citation needed] In 2009 the school's football team won the Division 4 Western Massachusetts Super Bowl.[1]

The now defunct Holyoke Hurricanes played their Independent Women's Football League home games at the school in 2008 and 2009.[citation needed]

Notable alumni[edit]

See also[edit]


  1. ^ "In Hard Times, Ware Hasn't Lost Its Cheerleaders". www.wbur.org.
  2. ^ Brown, Garry (January 22, 2017). "Ware's Billy Jo Robidoux part of Western Massachusetts Baseball Hall of Fame class". masslive.com.

Coordinates: 42°15′04″N 72°15′46″W / 42.2512°N 72.2629°W / 42.2512; -72.2629