Hull High School

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Hull High School
Location
180 Main St.,
Hull, MA 02045
Coordinates42°18′15.35″N 70°55′13.17″W / 42.3042639°N 70.9203250°W / 42.3042639; -70.9203250Coordinates: 42°18′15.35″N 70°55′13.17″W / 42.3042639°N 70.9203250°W / 42.3042639; -70.9203250
Information
TypePublic
Established1964 (54 years ago)
PrincipalPaula Girouard McCann
Grades9-12
Enrollment311 (2016-17)[1]
CampusUrban
Color(s)Blue & Gold         
MascotPirates
RivalsCohasset, South Shore Voc-Tech, Norwell
Newspaper"The Pirate Times"
Yearbook"The Privateer"
Website

Hull High School is a public high school located in Hull, Massachusetts. It is located at 180 Main Street at the very edge of town adjacent to the Hull Gut, overlooking Boston Harbor and the Boston skyline. Hull has an approximate enrollment of 380 students in grades 9-12. The school's mascot is the Pirates and the school colors are Royal Blue, and Gold.

Curriculum[edit]

As of 2015 Spanish is the sole foreign language offered at the school.[3]

Athletics[edit]

Hull's football field is located at the very tip of the town and is surrounded by water on 3 sides. The football field has one of the most unusual views in the country,[citation needed] as the Boston skyline is visible at the north of the field about 5 miles across Boston Harbor. Hull is also known for having a 210-foot high wind turbine located about 30 feet behind the north end zone.

  • Football State Champions - 1977, 1996
  • Football State Finalists - 1992

Notable alumni[edit]

References[edit]

  1. ^ "Hull High". National Center for Education Statistics. Retrieved February 9, 2019.
  2. ^ http://profiles.doe.mass.edu/statereport/sat.aspx
  3. ^ Seltz, Johanna. "In schools south of Boston, a wide disparity on foreign language offerings" (Archive). Boston Globe. January 11, 2015. Retrieved on January 18, 2015.
  4. ^ Carton, Barbara (5 April 1993). "A Father Falsely Accused Dean Tong Is A New Class Of Victim". The Boston Globe. High Beam Research. Archived from the original on 31 October 2012. Retrieved 18 August 2013.