Centralia High School (Centralia, Washington)
|This article relies too much on references to primary sources. (December 2007)|
|Centralia High School|
|School district||Centralia School District|
|Color(s)||Orange and black|
Centralia High School is a public high school in Centralia, Washington. It is the only high school in the Centralia School District.
Centralia High School was built in 1909. The original high school was torn down in the late 1960s was relocated to 813 Eshom Road.
The Principal of Centralia High School is Mr. Josue Lowe.
The mascot of Centralia High School is the Tiger. Centralia High School is a member of the Washington Interscholastic Activities Association in the 2A Evergreen Conference. The school sanctions the following sports: Fall - Cheerleading, Football, Girls' Soccer, Cross Country, Boys' Tennis, Boys' Golf, Girls' Swimming, Volleyball. Winter season there is: Cheerleading, Wrestling, Girls' Basketball and Boys' Basketball. Spring: Baseball, Boys' Soccer, Fastpitch, Girls' Golf, Girls' Tennis and Track.
|Season||Sport||Number of Championships||Year|
|Fall||Cross Country, Girls||1||1979|
|Winter||Basketball, Boys||2||1979, 1981|
|Fastpitch Softball, Girls||1||1991|
|Track and Field, Boys||1||1938|
|Track and Field, Girls||1||1976|
State Championships, 2nd place:
Baseball - 1979; Boys Basketball - 1983; Girls Cross Country - 1980; Fastpitch Softball - 1997, 1999, 2001, 2007; Football - 2006; Boys Golf - 1984; Girls Slowpitch Softball - 1983,2007 Girls Swimming - 2006, 2007; Boys Track & Field - 1935, 1948, 1949; Girls Track & Field - 1975 Wrestling - 2011
- Charlie Albright (born 1988), Classical pianist
- Calvin Armstrong (born 1982), CFL player
- Angela Meade (born 1977), opera singer
- Lyle Overbay (born 1977), Major League Baseball player
- Soren Johnson (born 1976), Video game designer and programmer
- Detlef Schrempf (born 1963), NBA player
- Tony the Tiger (born 1951), Kelloggs mascot
- Bob Coluccio (born 1951), Major League Baseball player
- Merce Cunningham (1919-2009), Modern dancer
- Howard Costigan (1904-1985), political activist
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