Kalama Middle/High School

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Kalama Middle/High School
548 China Garden Road
Kalama, Washington
United States
Type Public
School district Kalama School District
Superintendent Jim Sutton
Principal Mike Hamilton
Faculty 50
Grades 6-12
Number of students 525 (May 2013)
Color(s) Orange, Black, and White             
Athletics 8 sports
Mascot Charlie Chinook
Nickname Nooks
Newspaper Chinook Breeze

Kalama Middle/High School is a public high/middle school located in Kalama, Washington. It is part of the Kalama School District. It contains grades 6-12 and is on the same campus as the elementary school. The high school, middle school, and elementary school students share the same cafeteria but use it at separate times.


It sits at the top of Elm St., which has been nicknamed "High School Hill". The school was used as the High School in the original Twilight movie.[1]

Extracurricular activities[edit]

At KMHS the students have the opportunity to take part in drama club or Knowledge Bowl. The athletic students can choose from any of these 10 sports: Boys Basketball, Girls Basketball, Girls Volleyball, Cross Country, Wrestling, Football, Girls Soccer, Boys Baseball, Girls Fastpitch Softball, Varsity Cheerleading and Track and Field.

State champions[edit]

  • Basketball: 1949, 1950[2]
  • Football: 1952, 1998
  • Softball: 1996, 2000

State runner-ups[edit]

  • Baseball: 1994, 2006, 2008, 2009[2]
  • Basketball: 1948, 1951, 1977
  • Football: 1999
  • Softball: 1998
  • Volleyball: 1995, 1998

Daily Bulletin[edit]

The Daily Bulletin informs the students about sports, community service opportunities, in-school competition, and other events through the current school week.


  1. ^ Movie-Locations, Twilight Film Locations. Retrieved 2013-11-17
  2. ^ a b Washington Interscholastic Athletics Association. Tournament History: Champion Information

External links[edit]

Coordinates: 46°00′30″N 122°50′17″W / 46.00833°N 122.83806°W / 46.00833; -122.83806