Denfeld High School
Duluth Denfeld High School, also known as Denfeld High School, is one of two high schools in Duluth, Minnesota, along with Duluth East as of 2011. Duluth Denfeld and Duluth Central merged during the 2010-2011 school year and are called Denfeld in the newly renovated building. Serving over 1000 students from grades nine to twelve, Denfeld High School has become a West Duluth landmark. The school is known for its architecture, including a historic auditorium and a 120-foot clock tower visible from Grand Avenue. As part of the Duluth Public Schools Long Range Facilities Plan, Denfeld is currently in a transition period which will include a merger with Central High School.
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