Bristol Tennessee High School is a public high school located in Bristol, Tennessee, operated as part of the Bristol City School System.HistoryThe first official Tennessee High School opened in 1916 on Alabama Street. The first part of the current campus was built in 1939. The Bristol Municipal Stadium, also known as the Stone Castle, hosts football and soccer games and was built in 1936 as part of the New Deal. Viking Hall, which opened in 1981, is Bristol Tennessee's civic center and the location of Tennessee High basketball games.AcademicsThe school offers two paths of study for students, a university path and a technical path. The school offers Advanced Placement courses and participation in Army JROTC.Extracurricular activitiesEach February, the school participates in a fund raising drive for the American Heart Association called "Queen of Hearts" with Virginia High School, Sullivan East High School and John S. Battle High School.AthleticsTennessee High won the 1972 High School Football National Championship as well as the 1971 and 1972 Tennessee state football championships.
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