Woodinville High School

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Woodinville High School
Woodinville HS logo.jpeg
Woodinville HS.jpeg
Main Entry Plaza 2016
19819 136th Ave NE
Woodinville, Washington
United States
Coordinates 47°46′16.28″N 122°9′33.33″W / 47.7711889°N 122.1592583°W / 47.7711889; -122.1592583Coordinates: 47°46′16.28″N 122°9′33.33″W / 47.7711889°N 122.1592583°W / 47.7711889; -122.1592583
Type Public
Motto Care, Respect, Leadership
Established 1983
School district Northshore S.D.
Principal Kurt Criscione
Grades 9-12
Enrollment 1,300 (2015)
Color(s) Kelly Green, White, Navy Blue
Mascot Falcon

Woodinville High School is a public secondary school located in Woodinville, Washington, a suburb northeast of Seattle. A senior high school serving grades 9 through 12, it serves the eastern portion of the Northshore School District and is a member of the KingCo 4A athletic conference.

Basic information[edit]

Woodinville High School was built in 1983 on a 50-acre (0.20 km2) site. A special education and administration addition in 1990 expanded the facility. From 2009 to 2012, the school underwent demolition and reconstruction for a new school building, to which a new addition includes a theater. The school theater, gym, and fields are used in the evenings and on weekends for special events. Leota Middle School and Timbercrest Middle School feed into Woodinville High School.

WHS is one of four general high schools in the Northshore School District, as of fall 2017. The school offers AP classes. Woodinville High supports athletic teams, including football, basketball (boys'/girls'), soccer (boys'/girls'), track and field, cross country, tennis (boys'/girls'), girls' gymnastics, and wrestling.


WHS offers AP Classes, NEVAC[clarification needed] classes, and WANIC (Washington Network for Innovative Careers)[1] classes, such as nursing. Languages offered are Spanish, French, American Sign Language (ASL), Japanese, and German. Art classes offered include metal design (jewelry), photography, stained glass, and ceramics. Computer classes include CAD, AP Computer Science, and computer animation. The school recently[when?] obtained a perfect 10 GreatSchools rating.[clarification needed][2] AP classes offered are: English language and composition, English literature, biology, chemistry, computer science, physics 1, physics 2, environmental science, world history, modern European history, art history, U.S. history, U.S. government and politics, psychology, economics (micro and macro), calculus AB, calculus BC, statistics, Spanish, French, German, and studio art.

Extracurricular activities[edit]

Drama program[edit]

The drama programs was invited twice to perform at the Edinburgh Fringe as part of the American High School Theatre Festival.[3]

Music program[edit]

The WHS music courses include wind ensemble, symphonic band, percussion ensemble, orchestra, jazz band, guitar, choir, and piano lab. Together the wind ensemble, symphonic and percussion ensemble combine to become the marching band, or pep band. The music department's largest concert is "An Evening at the Pops," held in May. Performances in this concert include those by the orchestra, band, choir, and jazz band.

The WHS choir program includes baritone, tenor, alto, and soprano parts. There is also an advanced women's choir for a full class period throughout the day, and an advanced mixed choir at the end of the day.

There is a King County Metro bus stop (DART 931) right off the edge of campus, enabling students to participate in more extracurricular activities.

Notable alumni[edit]


  1. ^ "WaNIC Career College Readiness". Northshore School District. Retrieved 2017-08-30. 
  2. ^ "Woodinville High School - Woodinville, Washington - WA - School overview". Greatschools.net. Retrieved 2013-03-26. 
  3. ^ ""Oklahoma"!' troupe returns from Scotland". Woodinville Weekly. Archived from the original on September 29, 2003. Retrieved 2007-09-27. 

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