Auburn High School (Washington)
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|Auburn High School|
|School district||Auburn School District #408|
|Enrollment||1,476 (May 2015)|
|Color(s)||Green and gold|
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Auburn High School, formerly Auburn Senior High School, is a public high school in Auburn, Washington, USA, founded in 1903. The school is situated on 18 acres (73,000 m2) of land in downtown Auburn. Its campus includes the Auburn Performing Arts Center (PAC), the Auburn Swimming Pool, Auburn Memorial Stadium (also known as Troy Field) and the Administration Annex. Beginning with the 2014-2015 school year, staff and students will move into the new Auburn High School located at 711 East Main Street in Auburn. Construction of the new school building began in February 2013, following the November 2012 Bond Election, in which Auburn District voters authorized the selling of bonds to fund the new high school building. The entire school, except the PAC and the autoshop building, will be replaced.
Auburn offers Advanced Placement classes in biology, calculus, language and composition, literature and composition, Spanish, U.S. history, European history and U.S. politics and government. Three foreign languages are taught - French, Spanish, and Chinese- up to the 7/8 (4th year) level.
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- Nate Cohn (Class of 2007), Senior election data analyst for The New York Times, described as its "new young gun on data"
- Lee Creighton (Class of 1977), first elected municipal court judge for Olympia, Washington
- Cam Gigandet (Class of 2001), actor who appeared in Twilight (2008 film) and Burlesque (2010 musical film)
- Christine Gregoire, 22nd Governor of Washington
- Kevin Hagen, former MLB player (St. Louis Cardinals)
- Gordon Hirabayashi (Class of 1937), civil rights activist who challenged the legality of the internment of Japanese-Americans during World War Two
- Cali Kaltschmidt, trampled cheerleader on Tosh.0 and TruTV Presents: World's Dumbest...
- Chris Lukezic, professional middle-distance runner sponsored by Reebok
- Evan McMullin, 2016 candidate for United States president backed by Better for America
- Blair Rasmussen, NBA basketball player, Denver Nuggets (1985–1991) Atlanta Hawks (1991–1993)
- Francis R. "Dick" Scobee, Space Shuttle Challenger astronaut
- Danny Shelton, NFL football player, drafted by the Cleveland Browns.
- Bailey Stenson, 2009 Women's College World Series champion, Washington Huskies
- Minoru Yamasaki, designer of the World Trade Center buildings destroyed on September 11, 2001
Auburn moved to the South Puget Sound League (SPSL) 3A in fall 2006. After only two years in the SPSL 3A Auburn, along with Auburn Riverside, moved to back to 4A in fall 2008. Auburn became part of the SPSL-North, returning to the same league they left after 2005. Auburn joined the Olympic Division of the newly resurrected North Puget Sound League in 2016. 
Sports offered at Auburn are:
Auburn High School has a sports medicine program.
An October 2007 video of cheerleader Cali Kaltschmidt being trampled by the football team as she attempted to adjust the banner before they ran through during a game became a viral video. Kaltschmidt got a "web redemption" in season one of Tosh.0.
The Trojan football and boys' basketball teams have enjoyed great success and consistency under the leadership of the long time athletic director Bob Jones, football coach Gordon Elliott and basketball coach Ryan Hansen.
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- "The 3NR - Congratulations To The 2010 NDT First Round Bid Recipients". The3NR.com. Retrieved November 6, 2016.
- Joe Pompeo (January 6, 2015). "Meet Nate Cohn, New York Times' new young gun on data". Politico.com. Retrieved November 6, 2016.
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- "Astronaut Bio: Dick Scobee". NASA.
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- "Cheerleader Describes Being Trampled by High School Football Team - The Big Story w/ Gibson and Nauert". FOXNews.com. October 31, 2007. Retrieved September 12, 2013.