Rock Port High School
|Rock Port High School|
|600 S Nebraska Street
Rock Port, Missouri 64482
|School district||Rock Port R-II School District|
|Faculty||19.0 (on FTE basis)|
|Student to teacher ratio||9.2|
|School colour(s)||Blue and White
Rock Port High School is part of the Rock Port R-II School District. Rock Port Elementary School (K-6) feeds into Rock Port High School.
In 2012, Rock Port had 105 students in the high school and 19 teachers.
Hardin Cox, a 1945 graduate of Rock Port High School, was born in 1928, served in the Army, stationed in Japan during post World War II, and is a Korean combat veteran. Hardin played football for the University of Missouri, including an appearance at the Cotton bowl (1946). He is a former State Representative (5 terms), and Senator (8 years). Hardin was a supporter of a bill that became known as the Dinger-Dickey-Cox bill, which enabled the building of welcome canters along the Interstates and highways that are along the border of the state. He was also a creator of the Missouri Tourism Commission.
- "Missouri School District Directory - Rockport R II". Missouri Department of Elementary and Secondary Education. Retrieved 2008-01-11.
- "Rock Port High". National Center for Education Statistics. Retrieved 2008-01-11.
- "Member Schools". Missouri State High School Activities Association. Retrieved 2008-01-11.
- "2006 - 2007 Rock Port R-II JH / HS Student / Parent Handbook". Retrieved 2008-01-11.
- "Journal of the House". Missouri House of Representatives. Retrieved 22 July 2012.
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