Ware Junior Senior High School

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Ware Junior Senior High School
Address
237 West Street

,
United States
Information
Typepublic secondary school
School districtWare School District
PrincipalEdwin Ramos
Grades7-12
Color(s)Green and white
Website

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

History[edit]

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

Athletics[edit]

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]

References[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