Hockinson High School

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Hockinson High School
Hockinson High School Letter.jpg
The Hockinson High School letter.
16819 NE 159th Street
Brush Prairie, Washington
 United States
Type Public
Opened 2003
School district Hockinson School District
Principal Colleen Anders
Grades 9 - 12
Number of students 684
Color(s) Navy Blue, Cardinal Blue, silver               
Mascot Hawk
WIAA Class 2A
Conference Greater St. Helens 2A

Hockinson High School is a school in Hockinson, Washington. There are just under 700 students.[1] The official mascot is the Hawk, and the school colors are navy, cardinal blue, and silver. Built in 2003, it is a part of the Hockinson School District in Clark County, located in the southwest region of the state. It is the only high school in the district.


Hockinson High School has a comprehensive curriculum of Language Arts, Math, Social Studies, Science, Art, Foreign Language (Spanish and French), Physical Education, Health, Fine and Performing Arts (Band and Theater), along with Career and Technical education.

Advanced Placement Program (AP) courses include AP English Language & Composition, AP World History, AP United States History, AP Comparative Government & Politics, AP Calculus, AP Literature & Composition, AP Biology, AP Physics, AP Statistics, AP Spanish Language & Culture, and AP Chemistry.[2]

Hockinson High School participates in the Running Start program with Clark College in Vancouver, Washington to provide juniors and seniors with an opportunity to attend college courses for both high school and future college credit.

Specialized career and technical education is provided by Hockinson High School through the Clark County Skills Center. It is a Southwest Washington high school trade and business school open to Juniors and Seniors to provide classes for technical skills the school can't fund.

Activities and clubs[edit]

The following activities are offered at Hockinson High School:[3]


Hockinson High School currently competes in the Washington Interscholastic Activities Association (WIAA) Greater St. Helens League at the 2A level. The school currently fields these sports:[4]

  • Baseball
  • Boys Basketball
  • Girls Basketball
  • Cross Country
  • Equestrian
  • Football
  • Boys Golf
  • Girls Golf
  • Boys Soccer
  • Girls Soccer
  • Softball
  • Boys Swimming
  • Girls Swimming
  • Girls Tennis
  • Track and Field
  • Volleyball
  • Wrestling


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Coordinates: 45°44′12″N 122°29′59″W / 45.73667°N 122.49972°W / 45.73667; -122.49972