Kentridge High School
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|Kentridge High School|
|12430 Southeast 208th Street
Kent, Washington, 98031
|Motto||It's a Great Day to Be a Charger|
|School district||Kent School District|
|Color(s)||Green and Gold|
|Mascot||Charlie the Charger|
|Newspaper||The Fleet Street News|
Kentridge High School, located on 43 acres (170,000 m2) in Kent, Washington, is the second-oldest and second-largest high school by area (while the largest by population) in the Kent School District. It serves mainly students in the northeastern region of the district.
Kentridge offers Advanced Placement courses in English Language and Composition, English Literature and Composition, Computer Science, Art, Art History, Calculus (AB and BC), Statistics, Human Geography, Macroeconomics, Microeconomics, US History, US Government and Politics, Biology, Chemistry, Environmental Science, Physics (B), and Psychology. As an alternative to AP classes, Kentridge also offers juniors and seniors Running Start. Languages available for students to take are French, Spanish, Japanese, and American Sign Language (ASL). All of the languages have courses up to the 4th year or 7-8 level. Kentridge's mascot is known as Charlie the Charger which is displayed as a horse.
Annual, Anime Club, Art Club, Chess Club, Coffee club, DECA, Drama Club (Thespian Troupe), Faculty Fitness Club, FBLA, French Club, Gay-Straight Alliance, Girls' Honor, Hands Up, Japan Club, JSA, Key Club, Knitting Club, Latino Club, Link Crew, Math (Infinity Club), Metal Club, MultiCultural Club, National Honor Society, Newspaper (Fleet Street News), Photography Club, Robotics, Rally Board, Science Club, Snowriders Club, Spanish Club, Speech & Debate, VICA Auto, Ultimate Frisbee, VICA commercial Art, VICA Culinary Arts, and VICA Metals/Machines.
Kentridge is a part of the North Division in Washington's 4A South Puget Sound League. The school has a lasting rivalry with Kentwood High School.
Recent state championships:
- 1st in 1973 for boys football
- 1st in 1989 for volleyball.
- 1st in 1992 for boys basketball
- 1st in 1994 for boys swimming and diving
- 1st in 1995 for boys swimming and diving
- 1st in 2002 for fastpitch softball
- 1st in 2008 for small varsity cheerleading
- Ely Allen, NASL player
- Kai Ellis, Canadian Football League player
- Marcus Hahnemann, Major League Soccer player
- Nicole Joraanstad, Olympic Curling Team Member
- David Patton, Major League Baseball player
- Brandon Prideaux, former Major League Soccer player
- Mason Tobin, Major League Baseball player
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- 1993 - Jazz Band - First Place AAAA, Lionel Hampton Jazz Festival
- 1995 - Jazz Band - First Place AAA, Pierce College Jazz Festival
- 1995 - Jazz Band - First Place AA Finalist, Reno International Jazz Festival
- 1995 - Jazz Band - First Place AAAA, Mt. Hood Jazz Festival
- 1996 - Jazz Band - First Place, Portland Jazz Festival (Performance, Sightreading, Soloists)
- 1996 - Jazz Band - Top Performance Score, Fullerton College Jazz Festival, Orange County, CA
- 1996 - Jazz Band - First Place, Mt. Hood Jazz Festival
- 2008 - Jazz Band - First Place AAAA, Auburn Riverside Jazz Festival