Washington High School (Washington, Iowa)

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Coordinates: 41°17′49″N 91°41′20″W / 41.297°N 91.689°W / 41.297; -91.689

Washington High School
1111 S Avenue B Washington, Iowa
Washington, Iowa
United States
Type High School
Established 1912
Superintendent Jeff Dicks
Principal Erik Buchholz
Grades 9-12
Number of students 400+
Color(s) Orange and Black
Athletics conference Southeast Conference
Mascot Demons
Newspaper Washingtonian
Yearbook Hi-Life

This article is about Washington High School in Washington, Iowa. For other uses, see Washington High School (disambiguation).

Washington High School is the local public high school in Washington, Iowa. It is a member of the Washington Community School district.[1] The building was built in 1918 and is still currently used. Construction of a new building conjoined with the existing junior high began in July 2010 with an estimated completion date set for Fall 2012, 96 years after the opening of the present structure. The school runs on block schedule with 4, 86-minute blocks. The year is divided up into 4 Academic terms. The average graduating class is around 110 students.

Demon athletics has long been a strong competitor in the area, having participated in state championships in several sports. The school's yearbook staffers have won several state and national awards over the years. WHS's Physics Olympics team took first place in the state competition in 2010.

Many graduates of the school go on to 2-year community colleges or 4-year public or private institutions in the area.

Notable Alumni[edit]

Keith Molesworth, NFL Football Player for Chicago Bears (Graduated Class of 1923)


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