Bothell High School
|Bothell High School|
|9130 NE 180th St.
Bothell, Washington, King County 98011
|School district||Northshore School District|
|Number of students||1,518 (May 2013)|
|Fight song||On to Bothell|
|Rival||Inglemoor High School, Woodinville High School|
Bothell High School
Urban areas photo from United States Geological Survey
Bothell High School is located in Bothell, Washington, United States, and is one of three high schools in the Northshore School District. Approximately 1,500 students in grades 10 through 12 attend the school.
The Bothell High School Science Olympiad team were placed first in the state competition in 2007, 2008, and 2009, going to the national competition. In 2007, Bothell High placed 28th at Nationals, in 2008, they placed 17th, and in 2009, 15th. The Science Olympiad team has taken second place at the state tournament during 2010 and 2011 and has qualified for the 2016 Nationals competition.
||This article's list of alumni may not follow Wikipedia's verifiability or notability policies. (November 2015)|
- Gary A. Wegner '63 - astronomer, Professor of Physics and Astronomy at Dartmouth
- Bryan Alvarez '93 - professional wrestler, author, and radio show host
- Layla Angulo '93 - saxophonist, composer, and recording artist specializing in Latin music
- Mark Dugdale '93 - IFBB professional bodybuilder
- John Leonard '93 - plaintiff in Leonard v. Pepsico, commonly known as the Pepsi Points Case
- Chris Walla '93 - singer-songwriter, guitarist, producer, and member of Death Cab for Cutie
- Kyle Cease '96 - actor, comedian, and motivational speaker
- Daniel Sandrin '98 - Korean Basketball League player
- Robert Delong '04 - drummer, singer/singwriter; primary genres include electronica, EDM, and moombahton
- Johnny Hekker '08 - current NFL punter for the Los Angeles Rams
- Zach LaVine '13 - NBA player and two-time Slam Dunk Contest Champion ('15, '16) 
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