Exeter High School
(EHS) is the high school for the towns of Exeter
, and East Kingston
, New Hampshire
From 1954-2006, Exeter High School was located on the edge of downtown Exeter on Linden Steet and consisted of the original Tuck School, a main building built in 1954, shared with the Seacoast School of Technology, and an annex building (Formerly Exeter Area Junior High School). These two buildings were somewhat deteriorated, a vote was held in town to determine whether or not to build a new high school or renovate the old buildings. the vote went for a new building opened on the outskirts of town, at 1 Blue Hawk Dr., on Route 27.
In 2007, 76.2% of students were reported to be continuing to post-secondary schools.
The school's football
team has won the state championship 12 times since 1955: Class M (1955), Division III (1957, 1958, 1959, 1963, 1964, 1965), Division II (1997, 1998, 2002, 2003, 2007).
Beginning in 1996, the Blue Hawks played in 11 of 14 Division II State Championship games before moving to Division I in 2010. During the seasons of 1997-1999 Exeter won 26 consecutive games, the longest win streak in school history. Exeter has sent over 65 representatives to play in the New Hampshire-Vermont Shrine
Maple Sugar Bowl. The Blue Hawks have nine members in the New Hampshire Chapter of the Joe Yukica
Hall of Fame. Zack Dziama (class of 2003) won the Gatorade Player of the Year for football in New... Read More