Taft High School

Taft School or Taft High School may refer to:

  • Taft School in Watertown, Connecticut, founded by Horace Dutton Taft, William Howard Taft's brother

Schools named after William Howard Taft:

  • William Howard Taft High School (Los Angeles)
  • William Howard Taft High School (Chicago), Illinois
  • William Howard Taft High School (New York City), New York
  • William Howard Taft High School (San Antonio, Texas)

Other schools:

  • Taft Union High School Taft, California
  • Robert A. Taft Information Technology High School, also known as Taft High School, Cincinnati, Ohio, named for Robert A. Taft
  • Taft High School (Lincoln City, Oregon), named for the former community of Taft, Oregon, which was named for William Howard Taft
  • Taft High School (Texas), named after the community of Taft, Texas, which was named after Charles Taft

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William Howard Taft High School (San Antonio, Texas)
... William Howard Taft High School is a public secondary school in the Northside Independent School District ... Taft High School was the fifth NISD high school, and the first one outside of Loop 1604 ... It is home to the magnet school Communications Arts High School which primarily focuses on college-readiness and technology-use ...
William Howard Taft High School (New York City)
... William Howard Taft High School was a public high school in southwest section of the Bronx, New York City ... The school was operated by the New York City Department of Education ... Taft H.S ...

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