Olympic High School (Silverdale, Washington)
|Olympic High School|
|7070 Stampede Boulevard, Bremerton, WA 98311 United States|
|Enrollment||834 (as of 2014)|
|Color(s)||Royal blue and silver|
Olympic High School is a secondary school located in Bremerton, Washington, United States. It is one of six secondary schools in the Central Kitsap School District. OHS educates grades 9-12. The school offers a rigorous academic program and aninclusive and positive school culture. The school is committed to ensuring *all* students have the opportunities and support needed to take on challenging classes connected to their post-high school dreams. Course offerings include several Advanced Placement courses, a College in the High School program in partnership with Central Washington University, and an advanced Career and Technical Education program called Project Lead the Way. The school also offers students strong programs in vocal and instrumental music, and sports medicine.
In addition to a quality academic program, Olympic offers students opportunities for participation in a strong and competitive athletic program and an activities program that ensures all students are provided with a rich, well-rounded high school experience. Olympic High School is committed to an environment characterized by rigor, relevance, respect and support.
In 2017, community support allows the school to begin a major modernization project. The center of the building will be demolished. A two-story building will be constructed in its place. The addition will include career and technical classrooms, an updated library, auditorium and commons areas. The project will be complete by fall 2018.
In the 2013-2014 school year, the total student enrollment was 834. The racial demographics are: 4.4% African American, 9.5% Asian, 10.0% Hispanic, 0.6% Native American, Native Hawaiian / Other Pacific Islander 2.2%, 53% White, and 19.7% Multiracial. 39.0% qualify for free or reduced lunches.
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- John Coker, professional basketball player
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- Corey Lewis, comic book creator
- George Quibuyen, vocalist of Blue Scholars
- Bree Schaaf, Olympic bobsledder
- Christian Welp, professional basketball player
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