Colonial Forge

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Colonial Forge High School - Athletics - Wrestling
... The Colonial Forge wrestling team, coached by Bill Swink, has established itself as a dominant force in the Commonwealth District, winning the district tournament ... In addition to the district titles, Colonial Forge also has won the regional title in the AAA Northwest Region from 2002-2010 ... Their success is not limited to the district and regional levels Colonial Forge has also claimed three AAA VA State Championships in wrestling back-to-back-to-back in ...
Colonial Forge High School - Academics and Extracurricular Activities
... Academics at Colonial Forge have been very successful with them achieving AYP in every year except 2012 ... With a student population of over 2000, over 300 Colonial Forge students are enrolled in one or more music classes ... Colonial Forge bands consistently receive superior ratings in grade V and VI literature at district festivals and are nine-year recipients of the Virginia Honor Band award ...
Colonial Forge High School
... Colonial Forge High School is a public high school in Stafford, Virginia serving students in grades nine through twelve in the central portion of Stafford County, Virginia ... Colonial Forge is among the top 1,000 schools in the nation, ranked 2nd in the 2007 edition of the Newsweek list of the 1200 best high schools in America ...

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