Amador High School

Amador High School is located in Sutter Creek, CA and is one of 2 high schools in Amador County. It is a public school that serves about 800 students in grades 9-12. Originally known as "Amador County High School" at its inception in 1911, the school's name changed to "Sutter Creek Union High School" in 1916, reverting to "Amador County High School" in 1949, at the request of that year's graduating class. In 1984, upon completion of the three school districts in the county merging, the name was changed to "Amador High School".

Amador High School
Location
Sutter Creek, California, Amador County, 95685
United States
Information
School type Public
Established 1911
School district Amador County Unified School District
School number (209) 257-7300
Principal Mr. Jared Critchfield
Vice principal Mr. Paul Neville
Grades 9-12
Number of students 760
Colour(s)
Fight song "On to victory"
Athletics conference Mother Lode League
Mascot Buffaloes
Team name The Thundering Herd
Rival Argonaut High School
Newspaper '"Herd This"'
Yearbook '"The Skip"'
Website AHS Homepage

Read more about Amador High School:  Academics, School Statistics, Athletics, Rivalry With Argonaut, Theater, Fight Song and Alma Mater, Notable Alumni

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