Recognizing Kang achievements!

Thanks to those of you who came out to support our Kangs this past weekend at their playoff competitions.

If you missed it in person, here’s the results:

Boys Basketball lost a tough battle at West Seattle to end their season. Congrats to them for a great season.

Wrestling qualified two athletes to state, with two alternates (alternates qualify day-of, if someone ahead of them does not make weight or withdraws from the competition).
Congrats to Logan Heenan and Max Reisman, who each finished 4 and qualified for state, and to Davyon Teague and Hunter Giffard, who each finished 5th and attend state as alternates. State Wrestling takes place in the Tacoma Dome this Friday and Saturday.

Gymnastics finished 4th in their competition, and qualified the team for state. Congrats to:
Anna Merlino, Audrey Arnold, Eden Netz, Joelle Pence, Kaysha Walford, Paige Chickering , Sonya Amirzehni, Sydney Rabuchin and Yael Pasumansky who will represent LW at State in the Tacoma Dome Exhibition Center this Thursday and Friday.

The Swimmers (and Divers) moved boys onto state as well. Congrats to: CJ Clark, Patrick Easter, Alex Karulin, Oliver Norred, Hayes Raubacher, Aidan Richter, Jake Rinehart, Will Reeves, Kyle Terao, and Daniel Watts, who will compete for LW at the State Swim Championships this Friday and Saturday at the King County Aquatics Center in Federal Way.


2013 Washington Achievement Award
LWHS honored for High Reading Progress.

US News and World: 2013 Best High Schools Silver award

US News and World - Silver Award 2013

National Rank #1,020. Lake Washington High is ranked 26th within Washington.

Lake Washington High School: 2012 Winner Washington Achievement Award.