Pasco High School

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Pasco Senior High School, located at 1108 N. 10th Avenue in Pasco, Washington, is the largest high school in the Tri-Cities of Washington. Its mascot is the Bulldog and its colors are purple and white. Pasco High has a very diverse student body and a strong football program. It was the only High School in Pasco until 2009 when Chiawana High School, in West Pasco opened its doors.

In 2006, the voters of Pasco approved a $90 million+ bond to construct a new high school on Argent and Road 84 to ease the overcrowding of Pasco High. The new school, Chiawana High, opened in the fall of 2009 along Argent Street. During the time of construction, the school has turned the old Captain Gray Elementary School, located at 1102 N. 10th Avenue into an annex, where a majority of freshman classes are held. Additionally, the school makes use of over 50 portable classrooms. When Chiawana High opened, the annex once again became Captain Gray Elementary.

Student Demographics

Male 1,027 50.3%

Female 1,014 49.7%

Race/Ethnicity (October 2009):

American Indian/Alaskan Native 9 0.4%

Asian 27 1.3%

Pacific Islander 3 0.1%

Asian/Pacific Islander 30 1.5%

Black 58 2.8%

Hispanic 1,495 73.2%

White 444 21.8%

Special Programs:

Free or Reduced-Price Meals (May 2010) 1,345 69.5%

Special Education (May 2010) 175 9.0%

Transitional Bilingual (May 2010) 365 18.9%

Migrant (May 2010) 156 8.1%

Section 504 (May 2010) 0 0.0%

Foster Care (May 2010) 4 0.2%

Other Information (more info)

Annual Dropout Rate (2008-09) 276 8.1%

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