Haubstadt High School


Haubstadt High School

Infobox School
name = Haubstadt Johnson Township H. S.
Elites

location = Haubstadt, Indiana
district = South Gibson
country = USA
coordinates =
type = Public High School
grades = K-12
conference = Independent
(Although Briefly a member of the Pocket Athletic Conference)
mascot = Ol' Man Elite
colors = Blue & White
enrollment = 170 (1973)
enrollment_as_of =
established =
closed = 1974 Consolidated into Gibson Southern.

Haubstadt High School, sometimes referred to as Haubstadt Johnson High School was a K-12 learning facility, located in Haubstadt, Indiana.

History

Haubstadt High School was one of the three high schools under South Gibson School Corporation that merged into Gibson Southern High School in 1974. Like the current Haubstadt Community School, the mascot is the Elites and school colors were Blue and White.

Unlike Fort Branch Marlette and Owensville High Schools, Haubstadt High School was independent in athletics, mainly competing with the other schools of Gibson County. When the schools were consolidated in 1974, Haubstadt student athletes had to participate in the Pocket Athletic Conference. Haubstadt High School also had a marching band. [ [http://www.indianafieldbands.com/The%20Bands/Haubstadt.htm Haubstadt ] ]

Haubstadt High School Continued to function as Haubstadt Community School until 1993, when the new facility was completed. Haubstadt High School was subsequently demolished. However, Like Owensville High School, Haubstadt High School's old gymnasium also still exists.

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