East Lansing High School

East Lansing High School is a public high school in the city of East Lansing, Michigan, United States. It is managed by the East Lansing Public Schools district.

The school, located about a mile north of the Michigan State University campus, was originally built in 1956 after moving from the current Hannah Community Center facility. Since the year 2000, the school has undergone remodeling with the addition of several new wings and restoration of the old ones. The construction was completed in the summer of 2005, and the remodeled school was dedicated in September 2005. The school's official mascot is the Trojan and its colors are navy blue and white. The athletic teams compete as members of the Capital Area Activities Conference.

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