Maryville High School (Tennessee)
In 2007-2008 there were 1533 students enrolled, and the senior class consisted of 357 students. With 107 faculty members, the staff-to-student ratio was approximately 1:15. The school principal is Greg Roach.
Maryville High School has been designated by the Governor of Tennessee as an A+ school. Five National Merit Finalists graduated from Maryville in 2003.
The school's athletic teams go by the name "Red Rebels." Maryville High School had the longest active football winning streak in America (74-0) until their loss in the 2008 Tennessee 4A State Championship Game.
The MHS Red Rebels captured their 13th TSSAA State Championship Football Title in 2011 against the Whitehaven Tigers of Memphis (TSSAA's 2012 6A Title holder). Both teams had earned undefeated regular Season records in 2011 and 2012, prior to their 2011 6A Title contest, and 2012 rematch.
The 2011 State Title was MHS's 2nd consecutive Division 1, 6A Title following their first, in 2010 over the Smyrna Bulldogs. The 2010 and 2011 6A Titles stand in addition to seven other 4A Titles held by Coach George Quarles and the Red Rebles in the new millennium, prior to their 6A Classification. The Red Rebels reached an overall National ranking of 7th, and 1st in the State of Tennessee, in 2011. MHS also reached the 1st place position as overall cumulative State of Tennessee Football Championship Title-holder in 2011.
Maryville's primary rival is Alcoa, against whom the Red Rebels hold a 58-23-3 series advantage through the 2012 season.
During the 2007 basketball season, the basketball team won the state championship in class 3A.
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