Juanita High School

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Juanita High School
10601 Northeast 132nd Street
Kirkland, Washington

Type Public
Motto "Once a Rebel always a Rebel"
Established September 4, 1971
Principal Gary Moed
Enrollment 1,025[1]
Rival Lake Washington High School and Inglemoor High School

47°42′55.08″N 122°11′55.46″W / 47.7153000°N 122.1987389°W / 47.7153000; -122.1987389Coordinates: 47°42′55.08″N 122°11′55.46″W / 47.7153000°N 122.1987389°W / 47.7153000; -122.1987389

Red, White, and Blue

Juanita High School is a high school in Kirkland, Washington, administered by Lake Washington School District. It was opened on September 4, 1971, as a result of a campaign driven by an education theory known as the "Juanita Concept", developed by John Strauss, who became the school's first principal.[2]

Notable alumni[edit]


  1. ^ http://high-schools.com/schools/9185/juanita-high-school.html
  2. ^ Vannet, Dave; Tedder, Ruth Davis. "A Brief History of Juanita High School". Retrieved September 17, 2011. 
  3. ^ "Tom Evans". baseball-reference.com. Retrieved May 7, 2012. 
  4. ^ "Bryan Walters". Retrieved August 4, 2013. 
  5. ^ "Micah Downs". Retrieved June 23, 2014. 

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