Winnetonka High School

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Winnetonka High School
Location
5815 NE 48 Street in Kansas City North, Missouri
Coordinates 39°10′44″N 94°30′32″W / 39.179°N 94.509°W / 39.179; -94.509Coordinates: 39°10′44″N 94°30′32″W / 39.179°N 94.509°W / 39.179; -94.509
Information
Type Public
Motto "Together ... nurturing the pursuit of ethical and intellectual living at the highest levels"
Established 1971
School district North Kansas City School District
Principal Dr. Eric Johnson
Grades 9-12
Enrollment 1600
Color(s) Gold & Cardinal Red
Mascot Griffins
Rivals North Kansas City High School
;Oak Park High School
Newspaper The Griffin Rites
Website

Winnetonka High School is a high school in the North Kansas City School District.

The school is located at 5815 NE 48 Street in Kansas City North, Missouri. Winnetonka opened in 1971. Originally built to hold 2,000 students, it now has approximately 1,600. In Fall 2008, some of Winnetonka's students were transferred to the district's new high school, Staley High School, as well as North Kansas City High School due to boundary changes.

Winnetonka High School principal Matt Lindsey was arrested on January 11, 2017 after being accused of raping a student. He is accused of taking part in about 20 sexual encounters with a 16-year-old girl between 1997 and 1998, when he was a basketball coach and deputy principal in Richmond High School.[1]

Academic programs[edit]

Winnetonka currently offers 3 diploma programs: a basic diploma, a "College Preparation" diploma, and a "Gold Medallion" honors diploma. Winnetonka also participates in the A+ Program.

Athletics[edit]

Competitive Teams Include:

Extracurricular activities[edit]

International Thespian Society Troupe 422
48th Street Players Improv Team
Anime & Gamers Club
Creative Writing Club
FIRST Robotics Team
Math Club
Ace Mentor
AFS/International Club
DECA
FCCLA
FBLA
GSA
Forensics/Debate
French Club
German Club
Spanish Club
PLM Symphonic band- The Winnetonka band played at the famous Carnegie Hall in 2011 and 2008.

Notable alumni[edit]

References[edit]

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