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Reynolds High School Address 1698 SW Cherry Park Road Troutdale, Oregon, Multnomah County, 97060  United States Coordinates 45°31′44″N 122°24′06″W / 45.52887°N 122.401637°W / 45.52887; -122.401637Coordinates: 45°31′44″N 122°24′06″W / 45.52887°N 122.401637°W / 45.52887; -122.401637 Information Type Public Opened 1919 School district Reynolds School District Principal Jeff Gilbert[1] Grades 9-12 Number of students 2822[2] Color(s) Forest green, silver and white    [1] Athletics conference OSAA Mt. Hood Conference 6A-3[1] Mascot Raiders[1] Newspaper The Reveille Website Reynolds High School is the only public high school in Troutdale, Oregon, and is in the Reynolds School District. It is one of the most populated high schools in the state of Oregon.[citation needed] Contents 1 History 2 Academics 3 Athletics 3.1 State championships 4 Music Program 4.1 Notable awards 5 References // History On May 29, 1979, a three-alarm fire injured three students, damaging the gym and theater.[3] Reynolds High School merged with Columbia High School in the year 1989-1990. Columbia High School is now the site of Reynolds High School, and the former Reynolds High School is now one of three middle schools in the district, Reynolds Middle School. Academics In 2000, Reynolds was honored as a New American High Schools "showcase site", serving as a model for other high schools around the nation.[citation needed] The school offers alternative programs, including the Center for Advanced Learning. In October 2007, the results of a Johns Hopkins University study showed Reynolds to be a "dropout factory"[citation needed] meaning less than 60% of students complete their senior year. Former principal Kevin Kannier said that a key factor in Reynolds' dropout rate was due to the school's credit requirement for graduation: 27, the largest in the state of Oregon.[4] In 2008, 64% of the school's seniors received their high school diploma. Of 611 students, 388 graduated, 130 dropped out, 39 received a modified diploma, and 54 are still in high school.[5][6] In 2009, there were nearly 900 freshmen in the incoming class, a record for the school. This was combined with a 25% layoff of teachers, over 40 teachers at the school. This caused class sizes to increase dramatically.[7] Athletics Clive Charles began his coaching career with the Reynolds High School boy's soccer team after retiring from playing professional soccer in 1982, and coached from 1982 to 1996.[citation needed] State championships Dance team: 2003, 2007[citation needed] Boys soccer: 1990[citation needed] Music Program Currently the Reynolds music program consists of three bands, three orchestras and numerous choirs, all of which have had success statewide. The Reynolds Wind Ensemble (the most senior band) is the only band to attend the OSAA State Band Competition every year since its creation. The orchestra and Symphony have combined for a total of 9 State Championships Notable awards 2005-2006 school year 1st Place - 3A Level Clackamas Jazz Festival - Jazz Lab Band Top Score - Warner Pacific Band Invitational Top Score - Mount Hood Community College Band Invitational Sweepstakes Trophy - Anaheim Heritage Festival (11 Group Awards) 1st place 5A Band 1st place 5A Jazz Band 1st Place 5A Orchestra 1st Place 5A Symphony 2007-2008 school year 1st Place - OSAA State Orchestra Competition - Symphony Orchestra 1st Place - OSAA State Orchestra Competition - String Orchestra 2008-2009 school year 1st Place - OSAA State Orchestra Competition - Symphony Orchestra References ^ a b c d ^ "Oregon School Directory 2008-09". Oregon Department of Education. pp. 139. Retrieved 2009-05-28.  ^ "Previous Portland-area school fires". The Oregonian. 2009-11-10. Retrieved 2009-11-11.  ^ Is Reynolds High School really a 'dropout factory?' | - Portland, Oregon | News ^ "State releases high school graduation rates". The Oregonian. 2009-06-30. Retrieved 2009-07-01.  ^ "Oregon dropout rates for 2008". The Oregonian. 2009-06-30. Retrieved 2009-07-01.  ^