Washington High School

Washington High School may refer to:

  • George Washington High School (San Francisco), in San Francisco, California
  • Washington High School (Arizona), in Phoenix, Arizona
  • Washington High School (Fremont) in Fremont, California
  • Washington Union High School, in Fresno, California
  • Washington Preparatory High School, in Los Angeles, California
  • the former Washington High School (Two Rivers, Wisconsin) (now closed)
  • Washington High School (Pensacola, Florida)
  • Washington High School (Atlanta, Georgia), in Atlanta, Georgia
  • George Washington Community High School in Indianapolis, Indiana
  • Washington High School (East Chicago, Indiana)
  • Washington High School (South Bend, Indiana)
  • Washington High School (Washington, Indiana)
  • Washington High School (Cedar Rapids, Iowa)
  • Washington High School (Cherokee, Iowa)
  • Washington High School (Washington, Iowa)
  • Washington High School (Kansas City, Kansas), in Kansas City, Kansas
  • Washington High School (Washington, Kansas)
  • Washington High School (Maryland), in Princess Anne, Maryland
  • Washington High School (Missouri), in Washington, Missouri
  • Washington High School (North Carolina), in Washington, North Carolina
  • Massillon Washington High School, in Massillon, Ohio
  • Washington High School (Ohio), in Washington Court House, Ohio
  • Washington High School (Oklahoma), in Washington, Oklahoma
  • Washington High School (Portland, Oregon), in Portland, Oregon
  • Washington High School (Utah), in Ogden, Utah
  • Washington High School (Washington), in Parkland, Washington
  • Washington High School (West Virginia), in Charles Town, West Virginia
  • Washington High School (Milwaukee), in Milwaukee, Wisconsin
  • Washington High School (South Dakota), in Sioux Falls, South Dakota
  • Washington High School (Washington, Pennsylvania), in Washington, Pennsylvania

See also:

  • George Washington High School
  • Booker T. Washington High School
  • Washington County High School
  • Lake Washington High School

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