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|Hamilton High School|
327 Fairgrounds Road
|School type||High School|
|Teaching staff||32.32 (FTE)|
|Student to teacher ratio||15.32|
|Color(s)||Red & white |
Hamilton High School is located in the Bitterroot Valley in Hamilton, Montana. Currently, there are approximately 557 students in grades 9-12. The student to teacher ratio is about 16 to 1. Graduating classes are generally around 125 students. The school mascot is the Bronc. Hamilton High School stands as one of the nicest high schools in the state of Montana after having been rebuilt in the year 2000. The old Hamilton High School now serves as the Hamilton Middle School. The new high school was built to hold 800 students, but growth has not been as steep as expected, thus resulting in relatively small class sizes.
Hamilton High School classifies as a Class "A" school in the Montana High School Association. It is a member of the Southwestern "A" conference for most sports.
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