Bonneville High School (Washington Terrace, Utah)

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This article is about a high school in Utah. For the high school in Idaho, see Bonneville High School (Idaho Falls, Idaho).
Bonneville High School
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Address
251 East Laker Way
Washington Terrace, Utah
Coordinates 41°10′30″N 111°58′30″W / 41.17500°N 111.97500°W / 41.17500; -111.97500Coordinates: 41°10′30″N 111°58′30″W / 41.17500°N 111.97500°W / 41.17500; -111.97500
Information
Type Public, Secondary High School
Principal Raymond Long[1]
Faculty 83
Grades 10-12
Enrollment 1,400 (Approx.)
Color(s) Blue, Gold, and White
Mascot Lakers
Website

Bonneville High School is a secondary high school in Washington Terrace, Utah, United States.

History[edit]

Bonneville first opened its doors in the fall of 1960 to approximately 900 students, including freshmen. The school was built to address the overwhelming population growth (attributed to the post-war "baby boom") at the south end of Weber County.

The school was built at a large cost to the Weber County School District. Every effort was made to make Bonneville reflect the latest in technology and culture. The building itself was designed with large, open spaces such as a central courtyard and smaller atriums spread throughout the campus.

As the area continued to grow, it became necessary to renovate the buildings to house a larger student population. Along with closing in the main courtyard and adding a new building behind the main structure, the freshman class was moved back into junior highs and middle schools. Several other additions and renovations have occurred since the 1970s. T.H. Bell Junior High and South Ogden Junior High feed into Bonneville.

Assistant principals[edit]

  • Wendy Long
  • Chris Earnest
  • Brock Mitchell

State championships[edit]

  • 1975-6 Men's Track 4A Champions
  • 1978-9 Men's Cross Country 4A Champions
  • 1979-80 Men's Cross Country 4A Champions
  • 1980-1 Men's Football 4A Champions
  • 1981-2 Men's Cross Country 4A Champions
  • 1984-5 Men's Basketball 4A Champions
  • 1985-6 Men's Cross Country 4A Champions
  • 1986-7 Men's Basketball 4A Champions
  • 2003-4 Girl's 4A Softball Champions
  • 2004-5 Girl's 4A Softball Champions
  • 2005-6 Lakette Drill Team First Place State Champions
  • 2006-7 Men's Golf 4A Champions
  • 2007-8 Utah Winter Drumline Association Scholastic A Champions
  • 2007-8 Lakette Drill Team First Place State Champions
  • 2008-9 Girl's 4A Soccer Champions
  • 2010-11 Girl's 4A Soccer Champions
  • 2010-11 Men's 4A State Golf Champions
  • 2010-11 Girl's 4A State Golf Champions
  • 2011-12 Girl's 4A State Golf Champions
  • 2012-13 Girl's 4A Soccer Champions
  • Note 4A classification was largest in the State of Utah until 1993.

Famous alumni[edit]

  • Ed Eyestone—Two time Olympic Marathoner '88 '92, 3rd in the World in 1980 IAAF Cross-Country Juniors in Paris, Ten Time All American Track and Cross Country, NCAA record of 27:41.05 in the 10,000 meters, four time NCAA Champion, undefeated in 1984 NCAA, Head Coach at BYU
  • Ryan Bennett—started MMAWeekly.com website, and professional broadcaster
  • Tanoka Beard - professional basketball player
  • Max Roth - FOX 13 Anchor for Utah
  • Mason Unck- Former NFL football player for the Cleveland Browns
  • Corey Clark - Controversial American Idol Contestant who was disqualified over criminal history.
  • Andy Ludwig- Current collegiate offensive coordinator

External links[edit]

References[edit]

  1. ^ "School website". Retrieved 2010-03-19.