Syracuse High School

Syracuse High School consists of grades 10-12. The school is located in Syracuse, Utah, in the Davis School District. The school's official mascot has been selected as the Titan along with school colors blue, green, black and white. The school opened for the 2007-2008 school year on August 29, 2007.

The school's yearbook has traditionally been entitled Mnemosyne each year, the name of the Titan of memory. In its first operating year, there was no senior class. It is estimated that the total enrolled number of students will be around 1,100 for the first year, increasing to about 1,601 students in the second year. Sports: In 2011 the Titans football team made it to the semi-finals of the highschool playoffs against fremont. The titans lost the game 21-14 with a last minute surge by fremont to advance to the finals. In 2012 the Titans returned strong lead by Senior quarterback Brock Anderson and Senior Running Back Mason Woodward. The Titans returned to the semi-finals against bingham except this year they were undefeated. To get to the semi's the titans had to go through Viewmont, and Alta. The game went down to the end of the wire, with the titans stopping bingham on the 4 yard line. State Championship was against the Jordan Beetdiggers and they were lead by standout sophomore quarterback Ausitn Kafentsis. The Beetdiggers lost only one game and that was an out of state game against a Texas High School. the game was supposed to be even but the beetdiggers came out shooting and holding the titans to only 2 points. The titans lost to Jordan 58-2

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