School History & Information
Mount Tabor High School was dedicated in 1965 before opening in 1966, when it served grades 7-11, adding twelfth grade in 1967. When WS/FCS reorganized in 1971, Mount Tabor was designated a high school for grades 9-10. It remained this way until 1984, when it changed to its current 9-12 status. In 2004, the school was renovated and a new building was added, housing administrative and guidance offices, six science labs, an auditorium and several new classrooms. The media center was also expanded to include two computer labs, and the former auditorium was reconfigured to contain performing arts classrooms for band, chorus, dance, and orchestra. Today, Mount Tabor is home to around 1,500 students of diverse backgrounds who excel academically, artistically, and athletically.
Excellence in every endeavor.
Mount Tabor High School will provide students with an educational opportunity to become continuous learners who are proficient, responsible, and productive citizens.
Come ye Spartans! Sing together,
Heart to heart and hand in hand.
Love and laughter long shall linger
Echoing down these halls again.
Though the years may come between us,
Still our Spartan Spirit shines.
In our hearts you'll live forever
Blue and Gold, Mount Tabor High.
Long may our Blue and Gold Banner fly.
Let's go Spartans, keep that pride.
Onward to VICTORY we will ride.
And if we falter, we'll still remain
Loyal to thee-- that is our aim.
Ever grateful, true and bold
Fight on for the Blue and Gold -- Go Spartans!