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|Aberdeen High School|
410 North G Street
|School district||Aberdeen S.D.|
|Enrollment||868 (May 2013)|
|Color(s)||Blue and gold|
J. M. Weatherwax High School, commonly referred to as Aberdeen High School, is a four-year public high school located in Aberdeen, Washington, the flagship of the Aberdeen School District. The AHS mascot is the Bobcat.
As of the 2012–2013 school year, there were 868-926 students enrolled, 52.3% of which were male, and 47.7% female. 65.2% of the students were White, 22.6% Hispanic/Latino, 3.8% American Indian, 6.2% Asian-American, and 0.8% African American. There were 52 classroom teachers, for an average of 16.7 students per teacher in May 2013.
- Track and Field
- Cross Country
On Saturday, 5 January 2002, the Weatherwax building of Aberdeen High School, one of Aberdeen's most historic buildings (built in 1909), burned to the ground just after midnight. The Weatherwax building housed the school library, counseling office, and many classrooms. Students were spread out over the remaining campus until the new school was built.
The grand opening of the new building and official dedication ceremony was held on August 25, 2007. The new high school building is now open for the school year, starting 4 September 2007. Parts of the masonry from the original Weatherwax building have been incorporated into the walls of the current one, including an old concrete sign reading "J. M. Weatherwax" inside the main entrance.
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