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Neville High School

Neville High School (Tigers)
Address
600 Forsythe Av.
Louisiana
Monroe, Louisiana Louisiana, (Ouachita Parish), 71201
 United States
Coordinates 32°32′12″N 92°5′20″W / 32.53667°N 92.08889°W / 32.53667; -92.08889Coordinates: 32°32′12″N 92°5′20″W / 32.53667°N 92.08889°W / 32.53667; -92.08889

Information
Established 1931
School board Monroe City School Board
School district Monroe City Schools
Dean Roosevelt Rankins
Principal Whitney Martin
Vice principal Christella Dawson
Chief custodian E. Corley
Grades 912
Age range 14-15 to 17-18
Language English
Hours in school day 8
Campus Mid-Town/Garden District
Campus size 2 to 3 blocks
Campus type Small
Color(s) Black and Gold         
Fight song "O' Neville High School"
Athletics Football, Baseball, Softball, Basketball, Soccer, Swimming, Golf, Tennis, Track/Field, Cross Country
Athletics conference Louisiana 4A
Mascot Tigers
Team name Neville Tigers
Rival West Monroe Rebels, Ruston Bearcats, and Ouachita Lions
Website

Neville High School is a high school in Monroe, Louisiana, United States. It is administered by the Monroe City Schools Board. It is located 1/2 mile from the Ouachita River. Its mascot is the Tiger.

Notable alumni

References

External links

  • Neville High School website



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