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Murphysboro High School

Murphysboro, IL

Murphysboro High School

Murphysboro, IL
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About

School: Murphysboro High School
Address: 50 Blackwood Dr Murphysboro, IL
Mascot: Red Devils
State Association: Illinois High School Association
Notable Alumni: Coach "Doc" Bencini, Bob Graeff, Tom Ashman, Tim Bowers
How many state championship has your school won? 2019-20 Red Devils Football ~ IHSA State Class 4A Runner-Up, 2010-11 Red Devils Boys Basketball ~ IHSA State Class 2A Runner-Up, 2015-16 Red Devils Wrestling ~ IHSA State Class 1A 3rd Place, 2015-16 Red Devils Baseball ~ IHSA State Class 2A 4th Place.
What is your school’s vision/mission statement? Vision: Murphysboro High School is a progressive school that is unified in our commitment to educational excellence. As a team that looks at data for improvements, we challenge ourselves, each other, and our students, utilizing technology to leverage our goals, allowing our students a safe environment to reach their highest level of achievement. Mission: Murphysboro High School, in active partnership with family and community, shall empower individuals to become part of a larger learning community and develop confidence in their skills in order to meaningfully participate in a changing society. Utilizing cloud-based computing, we extend our learning opportunities beyond the traditional school structure, assisting in the development of personalized learning networks for each individual.

About

School: Murphysboro High School
Address: 50 Blackwood Dr Murphysboro, IL
Mascot: Red Devils
State Association: Illinois High School Association
Notable Alumni: Coach "Doc" Bencini, Bob Graeff, Tom Ashman, Tim Bowers
How many state championship has your school won? 2019-20 Red Devils Football ~ IHSA State Class 4A Runner-Up, 2010-11 Red Devils Boys Basketball ~ IHSA State Class 2A Runner-Up, 2015-16 Red Devils Wrestling ~ IHSA State Class 1A 3rd Place, 2015-16 Red Devils Baseball ~ IHSA State Class 2A 4th Place.
What is your school’s vision/mission statement? Vision: Murphysboro High School is a progressive school that is unified in our commitment to educational excellence. As a team that looks at data for improvements, we challenge ourselves, each other, and our students, utilizing technology to leverage our goals, allowing our students a safe environment to reach their highest level of achievement. Mission: Murphysboro High School, in active partnership with family and community, shall empower individuals to become part of a larger learning community and develop confidence in their skills in order to meaningfully participate in a changing society. Utilizing cloud-based computing, we extend our learning opportunities beyond the traditional school structure, assisting in the development of personalized learning networks for each individual.

About

School: Murphysboro High School
Address: 50 Blackwood Dr Murphysboro, IL
Mascot: Red Devils
State Association: Illinois High School Association
Notable Alumni: Coach "Doc" Bencini, Bob Graeff, Tom Ashman, Tim Bowers
How many state championship has your school won? 2019-20 Red Devils Football ~ IHSA State Class 4A Runner-Up, 2010-11 Red Devils Boys Basketball ~ IHSA State Class 2A Runner-Up, 2015-16 Red Devils Wrestling ~ IHSA State Class 1A 3rd Place, 2015-16 Red Devils Baseball ~ IHSA State Class 2A 4th Place.
What is your school’s vision/mission statement? Vision: Murphysboro High School is a progressive school that is unified in our commitment to educational excellence. As a team that looks at data for improvements, we challenge ourselves, each other, and our students, utilizing technology to leverage our goals, allowing our students a safe environment to reach their highest level of achievement. Mission: Murphysboro High School, in active partnership with family and community, shall empower individuals to become part of a larger learning community and develop confidence in their skills in order to meaningfully participate in a changing society. Utilizing cloud-based computing, we extend our learning opportunities beyond the traditional school structure, assisting in the development of personalized learning networks for each individual.