W. F. West High School

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W.F. West High School
342 SW 16th St.
Chehalis, Washington 98532
Coordinates 46°38′59″N 122°56′57″W / 46.64972°N 122.94917°W / 46.64972; -122.94917Coordinates: 46°38′59″N 122°56′57″W / 46.64972°N 122.94917°W / 46.64972; -122.94917
School type Public high school
Established 1892 (renamed W.F. West High School 1951)
School district Chehalis School District
Grades 9–12
Enrollment ~1,200
Color(s)          Crimson and gray
Team name Bearcats
Newspaper The Crimson and Gray

William F. West High School, commonly referred to as W. F. West, is a public high school in Chehalis, Washington, United States. It is the only high school in the Chehalis School District. It was named for local businessman William F. West, who donated money and land to the school district. The principal is Bob Walters.

Extracurricular activities[edit]

The school's athletic teams compete as the Bearcats as a member of the Washington Interscholastic Activities Association in the 2A Evergreen Conference.

The Bearcats were fastpitch WIAA 2A State Champions in 2015, as well as baseball State Champions in 2010 and 2013.[citation needed]

The school sanctions the following sports and extracurricular activities:

Notable alumni[edit]

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