Meet LWHS's Administrators

Christina Thomas

Christina Thomas - Principal (Students: Seniors)

Christina Thomas has been the Principal at Lake Washington High School since 2010. Prior to LWHS, Ms. Thomas worked as an administrator in the Kent School District as well as Lake Washington School District. She also served as an Associate Principal at Eastlake High School before becoming Principal at BEST High School which is currently the Emerson Campus.

Ms. Thomas has been an educator since 1978 and started her career as a special education teacher in Eastern Washington. In addition to her BA, Ms. Thomas has a master’s degree in Special Education, and she completed her administrative credential in 1999.

Ms. Thomas lives in Bellevue and has three grown daughters and five grandchildren who occupy most of her non-working hours. Ms. Thomas loves working at Lake Washington High School because of the incredible teachers and support staff, the outstanding student body and the supportive community.

Dr. Justyna King

Justyna King - Associate Principal (Students: Freshman)

Justyna King has been an educator for fifteen years, with experience teaching in both private and public schools. As an administrator, Dr. King has been a vice principal and high school principal at Eastside Catholic, and is currently on her second year as an associate principal at LWHS. Dr. King received her undergraduate degrees in Anthropology and History from the University of Washington, followed by her Master in Teaching from Seattle University, and her Administrative Credential and Doctorate in Education from Seattle University. Dr. King loves spending her free time with her daughters and husband.



Tim Shultz

Tim Shultz- Associate Principal (Students: Sophomores)

Greetings Kangs! I am excited to be here at LW! I grew up in Woodinville, WA and have been in education for 20 years. I was a teacher for 15 and have been in administration ever since. I earned my BA in History from Western Washington University, where I played football and then earned my Master in Teaching and my Administrative Certificate from Seattle University. I earned my National Board Certification in Social Studies in 2015. As a former coach and athlete, I love working with our athletic teams to build a positive culture for our school. I also love working with all out students to ensure their success in school and have a positive school experience.

My wife, Allison, is also an administer and I have three children, Hailey (WSU Grad—Go Cougs!), Cole and Ian (high school age). When not at Lake Washington, I am watching my boys, Cole and Ian participate in sporting events like swimming and water polo—their favorite sports.

Dana Greenburg

Dana Greenberg - Associate Principal (Students: Juniors)

Education is a second career for Dana Greenberg. After receiving her undergraduate degrees in Political Science and History from the University of California Santa Barbara and her master’s degree in Public Administration from University of Washington, Ms. Greenberg worked for the U.S. Government Accountability Office (GAO). At GAO, Ms. Greenberg conducted investigations for the U.S. Congress on a wide range of subjects – from aviation infrastructure and finance to high level nuclear waste cleanup at Hanford- and her findings were reported via briefings and testimony to the Congress.

Education was always an area of interest for Ms. Greenberg and she decided to switch gears and teach students about their government. She received her master’s in teaching from Seattle University and taught high school history, government, and leadership at schools in Seattle and Issaquah. Returning to Seattle University, Ms. Greenberg earned her Educational Specialist in Educational Administration degree and arrived at the LWSD as an Associate Principal at Finn Hill Middle School before moving to her current home here at Lake Washington High School (go Kangs!).

Ms. Greenberg has a daughter at the Oberlin Conservatory & College and a daughter working on disaster management through AmeriCorps. She and her husband enjoy opportunities to travel and visit their family.