Cascade High School (Everett, Washington)
|Cascade High School|
|School district||Everett School District|
|Number of students||1800+|
|Campus type||High school|
|Color(s)||Crimson and grey|
|Athletics conference||WesCo South 4A|
Cascade High School is a secondary school located in Everett, Washington, United States which caters to grades 9–12 and has an annual enrollment of approximately 1,933 students. Students attending Cascade High School live primarily within the city of Everett, but some live in Mill Creek, Snohomish, and Mukilteo. The Cascade mascot is the Bruin and the school's colors are crimson and grey.    
The school offers Advanced Placement programs in subjects such as history, science, art, and English.
As a part of Wesco 4A, Cascade High School is competitive in sports including men's baseball, basketball, football, soccer, tennis, track and field, cross-country, golf, wrestling, and swimming. Women's sports offerings include tennis, basketball, volleyball, soccer, fast-pitch softball, cross-country, track and field, swimming, wrestling, golf, and bowling.
Cascade competes for standings among other Wesco South 4A Schools.
Student organizations and clubs at Cascade High include Anime Manga Club, AVID Club, ELL Club, Bruin Book Club, Bruin Entertainment, Cascade Service Club, Chess Club, DECA (marketing skills), Drama Club, Environmental Arts Club, French Club, German Club, Illustrated Movement (dance), Knowledge Bowl Team, Latino Club, Leadership, Martial Arts Club, Math Team, Model UN/Multicultural Club, National Art Honor Society, National Honor Society, Robotic Club, Stehekin (student newspaper) and TYRO (literary arts magazine).
- Ryan G. Anderson, convicted terrorist
- Gary Bryan, radio personality
- Patrick Duffy, actor, starring in such series as Dallas, Man from Atlantis and Step By Step
- Chris Henderson, soccer player for the US national team
- Grady Sizemore, Major League Baseball player for the Cleveland Indians
- Steven Souza, Major League Baseball player for the Washington Nationals
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- School website
- Cascade High School profile provided by the Seattle Times
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