Kamiak High School

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Kamiak High School
Kamiak KHS Knight logo.jpg
Location
10801 Harbour Pointe Boulevard
Mukilteo, Washington
United States
Coordinates 47°54′04″N 122°18′07″W / 47.90111°N 122.30194°W / 47.90111; -122.30194Coordinates: 47°54′04″N 122°18′07″W / 47.90111°N 122.30194°W / 47.90111; -122.30194
Information
Type Public
Established 1993
Principal Mike Gallagher
Enrollment 2,076[1]
Color(s)               
Mascot Knight
Website

Kamiak High School is a public high school in Mukilteo, Washington. It opened in September 1993. The school was built to accommodate overflow population from the overcrowded Mariner High School, and was the second high school in the Mukilteo School District.

Kamiak's campus features over 40 classrooms, a physical education complex with two separate gymnasiums and a weight room, a half-Olympic sized swimming pool complex, a Performing Arts Center (known as "The PAC"), a number of portables, six tennis courts, a softball field, baseball field, soccer field, football field, track facilities, and the school's East Campus, which houses science and math rooms as well as a third gymnasium used as a secondary cafeteria.

Notable alumni[edit]

Notable faculty[edit]

  • Chance McKinney (until 2010), Country musician and winner of CMT's Music City Madness Competition

Athletics[edit]

The school is part of the Wesco South District. With over 2,000 students enrolled, Kamiak is a 4A school. Their main rival in athletics is Mariner High School the other high school in the Mukilteo School District.

  • Freshmen; JV and Varsity Football
  • Girls' JV and Varsity Soccer
  • Girls' Swimming
  • Girls' Freshmen, JV, and Varsity Volleyball
  • Cross Country
  • Boys' JV and Varsity Tennis
  • Boys' Freshmen, JV, and Varsity Basketball
  • Girls' Freshmen, JV, and Varsity Basketball
  • Wrestling
  • Snail Racing
  • Boys' Swimming
  • Boys' Diving
  • Boys' JV and Varsity Baseball
  • Girls' JV and Varsity Softball
  • Boys' and Girls' Track
  • Girls' JV and Varsity Tennis
  • Boys' JV and Varsity Soccer
  • Boys' Varsity Golf
  • Girls' JV and Varsity Golf
  • Flag Football
  • Dance
  • Cheerleading
  • Hip Hop
  • Boys' and Girls' Lacrosse JV & Varsity [Club sport]

See also[edit]

References[edit]

  1. ^ MSD brief details
  2. ^ Managan, Megan. "Kamiak graduate wins gold at Junior Worlds Ice dancing competition". South Everett Beacon. Retrieved 2014-04-05. 
  3. ^ a b c "The Stranger – Putting the Fall in the Fall of Troy". www.thestranger.com. Retrieved April 25, 2007. 
  4. ^ "Rep. Marko Liias' Biography". Washington State House Democrats. Retrieved May 28, 2014. 

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