Lake Washington High School
12033 NE 80TH ST
KIRKLAND, WA 98033
CEEB-ACT Code #480545
Principal - Christine Bell
Associate Principal - Aric Kooima
Associate Principal - Tim Shultz
Associate Principal - Melissa Super-Greene
Dean of Students - Joe Joss
Registrar / Counseling Office Professional - Courtney Lewis
Data Processor - Angela Jalobeanu
College & Career Specialist - Nichole Swanger
Lake Washington High School is the oldest of four comprehensive high schools in the Lake Washington School District serving 2068 full-time students and their families in grades 9 - 12.
Our mission: Each student will graduate prepared to lead a rewarding and responsible life as a contributing member of our community and greater society.
- Fine Arts
- Business Education
- Family & Consumer Science
CTE Dual Credit Classes
Students enrolled in these classes can receive both high school and college credit.
WANIC courses provide students with alternative education choices combining business-education partnerships at several off-campus locations. Students taking WANIC classes learn specialized skills in programs such as Radio and TV Broadcasting, Hotel Careers, Fire Service Training, and more.
Running Start is a program where juniors and seniors can enroll in classes at local community colleges. These classes satisfy both high school graduation requirements and can be applied towards the AA Degree.
To graduate from Lake Washington School District in 2023, students must have a minimum of 24 credits, meet State standards in ELA (English Language Arts) and Math, and formulate a High School & Beyond Plan.
Social Studies 3.0
World Language 2.0
Fine Arts 2.0
ACT and SAT:
Students at LWHS consistently score higher than the state and national averages on both the ACT and SAT.
- Total 1224
ACT Composite Score - 27.6
Math - 26.1
Science - 26.9
STEM - 26.7
English - 28.2
Reading - 28.8
ELA - 27.7
90 graduates received the President’s Education Award for Academic Excellence
73 graduates were awarded the Washington State Honors Award
43 outstanding seniors were presented the Washington State Principals’ Scholars Award
- 32 Capstone Diploma recipients | 2 Capstone Certificate recipient
We invite representatives of colleges and universities to visit our school and meet with interested students. These meetings are held in our College and Career Center.
Colleges, to arrange a visit, please contact our College & Career Specialist Nichole Swanger at 425-936-1710.