Teller High School

Teller High School in Teller, AK
100 Airport Ave., Teller, AK 99778
(907) 642-3021


Street address:
100 Airport Ave.

City / suburb:



ZIP code:

(907) 642-3021

Contact name:
Dewayne Bahnsen

Contact title:

(907) 642-3031

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General information

Business data
Standard industrial classification code: 8211
Estimated number of employees: 21
City / suburb: Teller, AK
County: Nome
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According to our records, this business is located at 100 Airport Ave. in Teller (in Nome County), Alaska 99778, the location GPS coordinates are: 64.5409401 (latitude), -165.4049468 (longitude). Teller High School is categorized under Private Junior High School (SIC code 8211). Known organization principal is Dewayne Bahnsen. The company employs approximately 21 people. You can contact the company by phone at (907) 642-3021; the following fax number is also provided: (907) 642-3031.
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