Skyview High School (Vancouver, Washington)
|This article relies on references to primary sources. (March 2008)|
|Skyview High School|
|1300 NW 139th St
Vancouver, Washington, 98685
|School district||Vancouver Public Schools|
|Enrollment||1965  (October 2012)|
|Athletics conference||Greater St. Helens League|
Skyview High School is a high school in the Salmon Creek area of northern Vancouver, Washington. Opening in 1997, it is the newest of six high schools in the Vancouver School District. The building design incorporates an open classroom floor plan with the use of many windows and features a 10,000-square-foot (930 m2) common area at the center of the school. The building is 292,000-square-foot (27,100 m2), including a 1,150-seat auditorium, which has hosted speakers such as Howard Dean and is the current performance venue for the Vancouver Symphony. Skyview is home to the SMT (Science Math and Technology Magnet) for the Vancouver schools. Skyview also has a top ranked marching band and successful choir and dancing programs.
Skyview's varsity cheer team won state in 2009 bringing home Skyview's second state championship for the school. Stormy is also a big part of the varsity cheer team.
Skyview's no-cut policy for the tennis team was recognized by the United States Tennis Association.
The girl's varsity basketball team won the 4A state championship in 2012.
Skyview's Marching Band competes in the North West Marching Band Circuit. The band has competed in the open class since 2000. The band was selected to perform at the 2008 Summer Olympics opening ceremony, hosted in China.
The Reign dance team were state champs in 2005, 2009 and 2011.
Skyview High School is home to the FIRST Robotics team 2811, The Stormbots. They have been competing since 2008.
In October 2012, the school's population was 52.9% male and 47.1% female. In the same report from the Office of the Superintendent of Public Instruction, the racial breakdown was 77.0% white, 9.7% Hispanic, 5.6% Asian or Pacific Islander, 3.7% mixed race, 3.1% black and 0.9% Native American.
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- Washington State Report Card
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- Valencia, Paul (March 3, 2012). "Girls basketball: Buzzer-beater lifts Skyview to state title". The Columbian.
- The Columbian staff (27 Dec 2008). "2008 in Review: Clark County's year in arts". The Columbian. Retrieved 19 Apr 2009.[dead link]
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- Skyview High School, Official Website
- GSHL Football - Skyview High School
- Skyview Tennis, Official Page
- Skyview Marching Band and Reign Dance Team, Official Page
- School Digger - Skyview HS page