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Woodinville High School Location 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 Information Type Public Established 1983 School district Northshore School District Principal Vicki Puckett Faculty 75 Enrollment 1,395 (2005) Color(s) Green, White, Blue Mascot Falcon Website Woodinville High School is a public secondary school located in Woodinville, Washington and is part of the Northshore School District. Contents 1 Basic Information 2 Drama Program 3 Music Program 4 Academics 5 Fight song 6 Awards 7 Notable alumni 8 References 9 External links Basic Information Woodinville High School was built in 1983 on a 50-acre (200,000 m2) site. A special education and administration addition in 1990 expanded the facility. The athletics fields recently underwent a full modernization with new lighted baseball, tennis and softball fields. During the summer of 1997 the chemistry and physics labs were remodeled. In the early 2000s, the soccer field and track field events area was renovated. Currently, the school is undergoing a significant remodel in which all but the Gym and the Administration building are being razed and rebuilt. 60 classrooms are in use daily for students. In the 2009-2010 school year the students of Woodinville High School gained a brand new cafeteria. In addition, the school theater, gym and fields are being used in the evenings and on the weekends for special events by the community. Leota Junior High and Timbercrest Junior High, as well as other outside schools feed into Woodinville High School. Woodinville is a part of the Kingco 4A athletic conference. WHS (as the school is known by its students and staff) is one of the three mainstream high schools in Northshore School District. The school offers a wide-range of celebrated curricular and extracurricular-based programs including the dramatic and fine arts, music, business, athletics and Science. [1] Every year, Woodinville High supports many athletic teams, including football, basketball (men's/women's), soccer (men's/women's), track and field, cross country, tennis (men's/women's) and women's Gymnastics team which, as of 2010, has won 4 state titles in a row. The graduating girls of 2010 never lost a single match. Drama Program From the school's opening in 1983 to 2006, the Drama Department was headed by Director Hjalmer Anderson. During his tenure at WHS, the acclaimed director built the program to be one of the top drama programs in the United States, and they were invited twice to perform at the Edinburgh Fringe as part of the American High School Theatre Festival.[2] In 2006, Mr. Anderson retired and his position was filled by Mrs. Leslie Herlich. Music Program The WHS music courses include Wind Ensemble, Symphonic Band (those two groups combine to create the marching/pep band), orchestra, jazz band, guitar, choir (led by Mr. Steve Stevens), and piano lab. Most classes are conducted by Mr. Eric Lucas. Whenever the marching/pep band perform, they are led by student Senior and Junior drum majors. Students are elected to this position by their peers. The marching band performs at all home and playoff football and basketball games. They also march in the Macy's parade the day after Thanksgiving, and in Woodinville's All Fool's Day parade in the spring. There are also some concerts throughout the year. The largest concert is "An Evening at the Pops," held annually in May. Academics This section may require cleanup to meet Wikipedia's quality standards. (Consider using more specific clean up instructions.) Please improve this section if you can. The talk page may contain suggestions. (November 2007) The current Principal is Vicki Puckett. Woodinville High School has a wide range of educational opportunities including AP Classes, NEVAC classes, WANIC classes, and school newspaper (Quill). Many art classes are offered, such as metal design (jewelry) and ceramics, as well as computer classes, such as CAD and computer animation. The school recently obtained a perfect 10 GreatSchools rating.[1] The AP classes offered are English, Economics, Biology, Chemistry, Environmental Science, Physics B, Physics C, Spanish, French, German, US Government and Politics, US History, World History, European History, Art History, Calculus AB, and Statistics. Fight song ("The Victors", University of Michigan) Falcons so fierce in flight We hail to your strength and might Our spirit will never die So fly, Falcons fly Cheers to our glorious teams And here's to our victories The Falcon's cry will not be still O mighty Woodinville Awards 1996 Science Bowl Winners [2] 2002 Science Bowl Winners [3] 2002 WIAA 4A State Baseball Champions [4] 2004 Science Bowl Winners [5] 2005 WIAA 4A State Football Finalists [6] 2005 WIAA 4A State Fastpitch Softball Champions [7] 2006 WIAA 4A State Football Quarterfinalists [8] 2006 WIAA 4A State Soccer Champions [9] 2007 WIAA 4A State Gymnastics Champions [10] 2008 WIAA 4A State Gymnastics Champions [11] 2009 WIAA 4A State Soccer Champions Notable alumni Marques Tuiasosopo NFL Matt Tuiasosopo MLB Jon Dorenbos NFL Luke Taylor MiLB References ^ ^ "'Oklahoma!' troupe returns from Scotland". Woodinville Weekly. Retrieved 2007-09-27. [dead link] External links Woodinville High School Woodinville High School profile provided by v · d · eWIAA Sea-King District Two (Web)  AA-AAAA Classifications  4A Classification Kingco 4A: Ballard Beavers • Bothell Cougars • Eastlake Wolves • Garfield Bulldogs • Inglemoor Vikings • Issaquah Eagles • Newport Knights • Redmond Mustangs • Roosevelt Rough Riders • Skyline Spartans • Woodinville Falcons  3A Classification Kingco 3A/2A: Bellevue Wolverines • Interlake Saints • Juanita Rebels • Lake Washington Kangs • Liberty Patriots • Mercer Island Islanders • Mount Si Wildcats • Sammamish Totems Metro 3A: Bainbridge Spartans • Bishop Blanchet Braves • Chief Sealth Seahawks • Cleveland Eagles • Eastside Catholic Crusaders • Franklin Quakers • Holy Names Cougars • Ingraham Rams • Lakeside Lions • Nathan Hale Raiders • O'Dea Irish • Rainier Beach Vikings • Seattle Prep Panthers • West Seattle Wildcats  A & B-BB Classifications  1A Classification Emerald City 1A: Anne Wright Gators • Bellevue Christian Vikings • Bush Blazers • Cedar Park Christian Eagles • Forest Ridge Ravens • Northwest • Overlake Owls • Seattle Academy Cardinals • University Prep Pumas  2B Classification Sea-Tac 2B: Bear Creek Grizzlies • Chief Leschi Warriors • Crosspoint Warriors • Evergreen Lutheran Eagles • Rainier Christian Mustangs • Seattle Lutheran Saints • Tacoma Baptist Crusaders  1B Classification Sea-Tac 1B: Christian Faith Eagles • Eastside Academy Lions • Eastside Prep Ealges • Mt. 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