Southington High School

Southington High School

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Southington High School

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Southington High School is a public high school located at 720 Pleasant Street in Southington, Connecticut.<br>It is the only high school located in the town of Southington.

Athletics

Eric Swallow, the Southington High School athletic director, is the former assistant men's soccer coach at the University of Connecticut. He also previously served as the athletic director at Tolland High School.<br><br>Southington competes in the West division of the Central Connecticut Conference, which consists of New Britain High School, Simsbury High School, Hall High School, Newington High School, Conard High School, Farmington High School, and Northwest Catholic High School.

VOLLEYBALLThe Southington Blue Knights boys volleyball team has been to the state championship for the past four years. Last year they were successful in finally beating Staples (Westport) for the first time in the four tries. Southington is known as the Mecca of volleyball in Connecticut being that both the boys and girls sides won state championships in 2010. Also, Brenden Charamut and Brendan McGourn have won CT Player of the Year honors. Many boys and girls have been named all conference and all state, including three players making all state on the 2010 boys championship squad. Fear the Nut.

School news

The Emblem is Southington High School's student newspaper. Six issues are published throughout the year. Included in the six is a Senior Issue, which contains features such as a "Class...
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