Washington High School (Washington)

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Washington High School
Location
Parkland, Washington
United States
Information
Type Public secondary
Established 1969
School district Franklin Pierce School District
Principal James Hester
Grades 9–12
Enrollment (2007-08) 879: 153 seniors, 230 juniors, 233 sophomores, 263 freshmen
Campus Suburban
Color(s) Red, white, and blue
Mascot Patriots

Washington High School in Parkland, Washington, United States is named after the country's first President, George Washington.[1]

Academics[edit]

Advanced Placement courses are offered in Biology, Chemistry, Physics, Calculus, Statistics, Literature, and History. Language classes offered are Spanish and ASL (American sign language).

Activities[edit]

Clubs at WHS are Bible Study Club, AFJROTC (unit WA-083), Drama Club, National Honor Society, Youth Against War & Racism, Students Against Destructive Decisions, Gay-Straight Alliance, Math Team, Awareness Presentation Team (a part of AFJROTC), Knowledge Bowl, Key Club, Latino Club, Polynesia Club, Asian Club, MESA, Guitar Club, and Youth Leading Change.

Athletics[edit]

Sports offered by the school include cross country, cheerleading, track & field, football, golf, volleyball, soccer, basketball, curling, wrestling, tennis, baseball, roller derby, fastpitch, polo, water polo, and swimming.

Notable alumni[edit]

References[edit]

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Coordinates: 47°08′38″N 122°27′19″W / 47.14389°N 122.45528°W / 47.14389; -122.45528