|Statesboro High School|
10 Lester Road
|School district||Bulloch County School District|
|Principal||Dr. Ken LeCain |
|Number of students||1,630 (2016-17)|
|Color(s)||Dark blue, gray, and white|
|Website||Statesboro High School|
Its current principal is Ken LeCain.
The school completed construction on a new $4.2 million state-of-the-art building in 2009, and the new football stadium, Womack Field, was completed in the fall of 2007.
Statesboro High was founded in 1901 with the original school house, a wooden structure, being built on Grady Street in Statesboro. The second Statesboro High School building, a brick structure, was built alongside the original in 1922. The original wooden building was still used until the late 1960s, when both buildings were destroyed by a fire.
The original part of the current building on Lester Road was completed in the summer of 1964. Renovations and additions to the building have continued over the years. The first class graduated from the new Statesboro High School in June 1965.
The current $4.2 million building began construction in 2007 and was completed in 2009. The first class graduated from the new building in May 2009.
Odyssey of the Mind
Statesboro High has a successful Odyssey of the Mind program. The Statesboro High School Odyssey of the Mind problem one team finished in second place at the 2011 World Finals, and finished second again at the 2012 World Finals.
Statesboro High School is well known for its athletics. Statesboro High School is currently part of the Georgia High School Association AAAAA athletic division. Its varsity teams include football, women's and men's basketball, women's and men's track and field, women's and men's cross country, baseball, women's and men's soccer, women's and men's tennis, women's and men's swimming, competitive cheerleading, women's and men's golf, softball, women's volleyball, and wrestling. It has won five state football championships: three in the Georgia High School Association A athletic division (1956, 1957, 1966) and two in the Georgia High School Association AAAA athletic division (2001, 2005), two state basketball championships (1968, 1991), and four state track championships (1957, 1961, 1995, 2005).
- Joe Bennett (class of 1920), tackle for the University of Georgia (1920–1923), Coca-Cola executive, and Georgia Sports Hall of Fame inductee (1984)
- Joey Hamilton (class of 1988), former professional baseball player (San Diego Padres, Toronto Blue Jays, Cincinnati Reds)
- Justin Houston (class of 2007), defensive tackle for the University of Georgia (2007-2010) and current linebacker for the Kansas City Chiefs
- Bubba Lewis (class of 2007), actor, star of the MTV series The Inbetweeners
- Jeremy Mincey (class of 2002), defensive lineman for University of Florida and defensive lineman for the Denver Broncos
- Crawford Simmons (class of 2009), drafted by the Kansas City Royals in the 14th round 
- DeAngelo Tyson (class of 2008), defensive lineman for the University of Georgia (2008–2011) and current defensive lineman for the Baltimore Ravens
- "Statesboro High School". National Center for Education Statistics. Retrieved February 25, 2019.
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- GHSA Football Champions
- GHSA Boys Basketball Champions
- GHSA Boys Track Champions