School Mascot: Angels
School Colors: Purple, Gold and White
School Song (to the tune of Notre Dame March):
Fight, fight for Bristol Bay High.
Now and forever, don't let her die.
Bristol Bay depends on you,
You have the power to see her through.
Honor your colors, purple and gold,
they stand for strength so brave and so bold.
Support our mighty school for we are marching to victory!
Bristol Bay Borough
Approximately 500 square miles in area, the Bristol Bay Borough is located in Southwest Alaska, at the upper eastern inlet of Bristol Bay. Incorporated in 1962 and called the “Gateway to Katmai National Monument” and the “sockeye salmon capital of the world,” the Borough is 284 miles southwest of Anchorage. The estimated population in 1999 is 1,254. There are three communities within the Borough: Naknek, South Naknek and King Salmon. Each is different and reflects the diversity found in this area. Naknek is the seat of the local government and the major commercial center. King Salmon is connected to Naknek by a paved road and serves as the transportation center. South Naknek is a more traditional rural community and is not connected to the other communities by road.
Bristol Bay Borough School District is a publicly funded organization
No. of Schools: 3
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