Lake Washington High School

Lake Washington High School

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Lake Washington High School is one of four high schools in the Lake Washington School District, with an enrollment of approximately 1800 students. It is in the Rose Hill neighborhood of Kirkland, Washington.

The school building was constructed in 1949 and opened in January, 1950 and it was extensively expanded in the 1990s. The alternative 90-student Northstar Junior High is on the same campus, but in a separate building. Lake Washington High School's colors are purple and white and the mascot is the kangaroo.

House system

Lake Washington High School students participate in a house system. In this system, all the students are put into one of four houses (Earth, Wind, Fire, Water) and remain in that house with whatever teachers or students were also assigned into it for the duration of their high school career.

Construction of new building

Beginning at the end of the 2007-2008 school year, the campus has undergone severe construction work to clear a space for and build a new building. The design of the building is to go along with the newly implemented house system. The new gym was completed before the end of the 2009-2010 school year with the rest to follow soon afterward.The construction effectively removed all entrances and exits to the school aside from the main one. This, combined with the fact that the rear parking lot was removed and an extension added onto the main one, has caused heavy traffic for anyone...
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