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'''Webster Schroeder High School''' is a Division C school from [[New York]] which has gone to the New York state competition multiple times but has yet to make it to nationals. Its corresponding middle school is [[Spry Middle School]].
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'''Webster Schroeder High School''' is a Division C school from [[New York]] which has gone to the New York state competition multiple times. It is located in Webster, a capital of Rochester. Its corresponding middle school is [[Spry Middle School]].
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Before 2004, Webster Schroeder competed as '''Webster High School''', which won the New York tournament in 1997 and 1999. It also placed second in 1995, 1996, and 1998. After the 2003 season, the school split into Webster Schroeder and rival [[Webster Thomas High School]]. Neither team has qualified for the national tournament since then, but Schroeder generally performs better than its companion.
  
 
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Revision as of 15:48, 19 April 2012

Webster Schroeder High School At a Glance
Member of SO since 2004
Best finish, regionals
Best finish, state 6th, 2004
Best finish, nationals never made it



Webster Schroeder High School is a Division C school from New York which has gone to the New York state competition multiple times. It is located in Webster, a capital of Rochester. Its corresponding middle school is Spry Middle School.

Before 2004, Webster Schroeder competed as Webster High School, which won the New York tournament in 1997 and 1999. It also placed second in 1995, 1996, and 1998. After the 2003 season, the school split into Webster Schroeder and rival Webster Thomas High School. Neither team has qualified for the national tournament since then, but Schroeder generally performs better than its companion.