Glacier Peak High School

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Glacier Peak High School

7401 - 144th Place SE

Snohomish, Washington 98290
Type Public
Established 2008
School district Snohomish School District #201
Principal Jim Dean
Faculty Robin Furlan (Asst. Principal A-K)
Lance Peters (Asst. Principal L-Z)
Enrollment ~1,600
Color(s)      Silver      Navy      White
Mascot Grizzlies
Information (360) 563-7500

Glacier Peak High School is a high school at the south end of the Snohomish School District, established in 2008. The high school's colors are navy blue, silver and white, and the mascot is the grizzly bear. Glacier Peak was built to relieve overcrowding at Snohomish High School and is a 230,000-square-foot (21,000 m2) facility designed by NAC Architecture and built by Lydig Construction.

The school opened in an almost completed state on September 3, 2008 for grades 9-11.[1] It was completely finished by January 2009. Grades 9-12 have attended GPHS since September 2009, and the first senior class graduated June 17, 2010.

GPHS has a large arts department; students can choose from performing and fine arts classes. A performing arts center provides a venue for GPHS's performances, including plays and musicals as well as jazz band, concert band, and choir concerts.


Glacier Peak belongs to WESCO 4A South division in sports.

(B=boys'; G=girls')

  • Baseball- B
  • Basketball - B, G
  • Cross Country - B, G
  • Football - B
  • Golf - B, G
  • Soccer - B, G
  • Softball - G
  • Swim and dive - B, G
  • Tennis - B, G
  • Track and field - B, G
  • Volleyball - G
  • Wrestling - B

Fight song[edit]

Grizzlies fight for our dear Glacier Peak

For our alma mater cheer!

Let’s hear for the mighty Grizzly team

For victory is near!

All across the valley hear us shout

We will reign fore’er beyond all doubt!

So fight, fight, fight for the blue and white

And onward to victory!


  • Art Honor Society
  • ASB/Leadership
  • CADD Club
  • Cheerleading
  • Chinese Club
  • Coding Club
  • DECA
  • Dragonsblade (LARP club)
  • The Edge, Glacier Peak yearbook[2]
  • FBLA
  • FFA
  • French Club
  • Game Club
  • German Club
  • Grizzly Cubs (mentorship program)
  • Impact Club/GSA
  • Key Club
  • LINK Crew
  • Longboarding Club
  • Model United Nations Club
  • National Honor Society
  • One Voice
  • Ping Pong Club
  • RAKE
  • Recycling Club
  • RHH
  • Robotics Club
  • Spanish Club
  • Speech/Debate
  • Sports Medicine Club
  • STEM Club
  • Tutoring Club

External links[edit]

Coordinates: 47°52′05″N 122°08′00″W / 47.86806°N 122.13333°W / 47.86806; -122.13333


  1. ^ Whitney, Michael. Mach Publishing - Snohomish County Tribune, 27 August 2008 edition. "Beautiful views await Glacier Peak High students"
  2. ^ The Edge, Glacier Peak yearbook