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Awards & Recognition

Walla Walla High School is one of the premier high schools in Southeastern Washington – recognized consistently for its profound impact on student learning by the Washington Department of Education

  • Washington Achievement Award 2010 - Closing the Achievement Gap

  • Washington Achievement Award 2011 & 2012 - Extended Graduation Rate

  • US News & World Report 2013 - Silver Medal

  • Washington Achievement Award 2013 - High Progress

  • Washington Achievement Award 2014 - High Progress

  • US News & World Report 2014 - Silver Medal

  • US News & World Report 2015 - Silver Medal

 

Located in the southeastern corner of Washington, Walla Walla High School serves the students of Walla Walla and the surrounding communities. Over the past 100 years, WWHS has emerged as one of the premier high schools in eastern Washington. As a comprehensive public high school operating on a semester schedule, WWHS serves the needs of a diverse student body through programs including Advanced Placement, Career and Technical Education, Running Start, University Enrichment Programs, and AVID. In addition to these programs, there are numerous student clubs and athletic teams.

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SCHOOL MISSION STATEMENT

The faculty and staff of Walla Walla High School will challenge and support all students in becoming college and career ready. This will be done by seeking out best practices, testing students in the classroom, and focusing on results to ensure all students are successful.

Vision

To become the best high school in the State of Washington.

Quick Facts

  • 2018-2019 Numbers
    • Enrollment: 1716 (9-12)
    • Number of Teaching Faculty: 85
    • Number of Counselors: 4
    • Senior Class Size: 423
  • Facility Information
    • Built in 1964
    • 60 acre campus (including Murr Field)
    • 300,000 square feet school
    • 10 portable classrooms
    • Accreditation: Northwest Association