Graham-Kapowsin High School

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Coordinates: 47°01′57″N 122°10′16″W / 47.0326°N 122.1712°W / 47.0326; -122.1712

Graham-Kapowsin High School
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Address
22100 108th Ave. E.
Graham, Washington 98338
Information
School type Public High School
Motto Orange and blue starts with you
School district Bethel School district
Grades 9-12
Gender Mixed
Enrollment 1,284 (2011-2012)
Mascot Eagle[1]

Colors = Royal Blue, White, Orange

Website

Graham-Kapowsin High School is a high school in the Bethel School District, Pierce County, Washington, United States. Its doors first opened to grade 10 and 11 students in September 2005. GK added grade 12 students beginning Fall 2006. [2]

Academics[edit]

Languages taught at this school include Spanish, French, German, and Japanese. A few AP classes here are:

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Athletics[edit]

The Seal of GKHS

The GK Eagles are members of the South Division of the South Puget Sound League in Washington's West Central District.

Music[edit]

The band program's Wind Ensemble has been invited to play at many festivals across the country. Currently, their jazz band ranks sixteenth in the nation. The choir program was invited to perform at New York's Carnegie Hall in 2007. The 2007-2008 Choir (Chorale) was also invited, and recognized as the Keynote Address at the WMEA (Washington Music Educators Association) Conference. They have performed at the Puyallup Fair, and have also participated, and placed in the BINW (Best In the North-West) competition held annually in Portland, Oregon.

JROTC[edit]

The JROTC program at GKHS began in 2005.

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