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This article needs additional citations for verification. Please help improve this article by adding reliable references. Unsourced material may be challenged and removed. (May 2009) Coordinates: 42°51′47″N 112°27′14″W / 42.86312°N 112.45379°W / 42.86312; -112.45379 Pocatello High School Front Entrance Location 325 N. Arthur Pocatello, Idaho United States[1] Information Type Public[2] Principal Don Cotant[3] Faculty 58[2] Grades 9-12[2] Number of students 1,170[2] Color(s) Red & Blue[3]             Mascot Indian[3] IHSAA Division 4A[3] Website Pocatello High School Pocatello High School is a high school in Pocatello, Idaho commonly known as "Poky." The high school is a very historic fixture of Old Town Pocatello and is claimed to be haunted. Contents 1 History 2 About Pocatello High School 3 Achievements 4 Rivalry History The school was constructed during the late spring of 1892. Pocatello High School was the most impressive building in the area during the early 1900s and on many occasions the school served as a town square where concerts and athletic contests were held. Two presidents of the United States spoke on the grounds of Pocatello High School, President Theodore Roosevelt in 1902 and William Howard Taft in 1908. In 1914, a fire started in the boiler room and the high school burnt completely to the ground. The school was rebuilt in exactly the same location. In 1939, the old school was remodeled and additions were made including a new gymnasium currently known as "the pit." In 1996 major renovations were added to the school which took three years to complete. These renovations included new floors, lights, sidewalks, heating system, and windows.[4] A new gymnasium known as "the palace" was built between 2004 and 2006. Even with all the renovations, the school still has a unique 1916 feel about it. About Pocatello High School Pocatello High School is known around the area for their school pride. School colors are red and blue and their mascot is "the Indians." As of 2008, Don Cotant is the principal and current enrollment is around 1,140. They play an annual football game called the "Black and Blue Bowl" against their rival, the Highland Rams. In the past fourteen years, the Indians have defeated the Rams only once. Achievements In 1989, Pocatello High School received the Presidential Excellence award which was one of only 165 awards given in the nation.[5] In 2006 the Pocatello High School football team won the Idaho High School Activities Association 4A Championship.[6] Rivalry Pocatello High School has a rivalry with the two other schools in Pocatello, Idaho, namely Century High School and Highland High School. The annual football game between Pocatello and Highland is known as the Black and Blue Bowl. A tradition of rivalry between the schools is to paint the large rock outside of the other schools. ^ "Welcome to Pocatello High School". Pocatello/Chubbuck School District. Retrieved 2009-04-28.  ^ a b c d "Pocatello Senior High School". Public School Review. Retrieved 2009-04-28.  ^ a b c d "Idaho High School Activities Association". IHSAA. Retrieved 2009-04-28.  ^ Pocatello High Reborn ^ History ^ IDHSAA 4A football bracket