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Washougal High School

1201 39th Street, Washougal, Washington 98671

Phone: (360) 954-3100 Fax: (360) 835-3968

School Hours: 7:55 - 2:25 (Wednesday 7:55 - 1:45 PM)

Office Hours: 7:30-4:00

Principal: Aaron Hansen

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Washougal High School is located in a picturesque setting at the “Gateway to the Gorge” serving nearly 900 students with 50 certified and 25 classified employees. Washougal High School is rich in tradition. Academically prepared and motivated for success, today’s Washougal graduates pursue post-secondary education and employment in the Northwest as well as across the nation. Our contemporary campus thrives on pride in the community and in its traditions.

Washougal High School offers a wide variety of courses in Career and Technical Education, Mathematics, Science, Social Science, English, Foreign Languages, Physical Education, and Fine Arts. Students can take Advanced Placement exams in Art, Calculus, Chemistry, English Language, English Literature, Physics, and U.S. History. Students interested in pursuing college credit may also attend Clark College through the Running Start program. In addition, Washougal High School is a partner with the Clark County Skills Center consortium for students interested in pursuing training in technical career areas.

Classes are taught by a talented and experienced corps of teachers where nearly 70 percent of the staff have a master's degree or higher and the average number of years of teaching experience is twelve.

Our staff is committed to working together to provide a positive environment with high expectations for student learning and ensuring that all students have the opportunity and encouragement to succeed.