Hidden Valley High School (Oregon)(Redirected from Hidden Valley High School (Grants Pass, Oregon))
|Hidden Valley High School|
|651 Murphy Creek Road
Grants Pass, Oregon, (Josephine County) 97527
|School district||Three Rivers School District|
|Number of students||871|
|Color(s)||Blue and orange|
|Athletics conference||OSAA Skyline Conference 4A-6|
|Website||Hidden Valley High School|
In 2008, 68% of the school's seniors received a high school diploma. Of 228 students, 155 graduated, 43 dropped out, three received a modified diploma, and 27 were still in high school the following year.
Hidden Valley primarily serves students from the Applegate Valley, the community of Williams and the south Rogue Valley area. The school enrolls just under 900 students in grades 9-12. 89% of the students are White, 6% are Hispanic, and 3% are Native American.
In October 2007 the school was listed on a state watch list due to safety issues.
19 Future Business Leaders of America (FBLA) students qualified for the National FBLA competition finals, held in Denver, Colorado in July 2004. In 2008, they won their seventh consecutive state title.
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