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This app contains a lot of detailed info about WHS.~Info~News~Calender~RSS~Maps~Guidance~School Theater~ School loop~Bulletin~ Subscription/Contact~Reviews~And everything you'll need to knowWashington High SchoolEstablished in 1891, Washington High School was the second high school in California to be created under the Union High School Law passed by the California state legislature. We are centrally located in the City of Fremont and one of five comprehensive high schools in the Fremont Unified School District. Mission StatementThe mission of Washington High School is to provide equitable access to challenging and rigorous academics to prepare all students for the best possible future. We accomplish this by developing:Healthy Individuals who acquire the skills, habits and knowledge to make informed decisions that will lead to a healthy life.Responsible and Ethical Citizens who recognize their responsibility to society, making positive contributions to their community that respect the worth of all people.Critical Thinkers who solve problems using a variety of methods.Effective Communicators who demonstrate strong listening, reading, writing and speaking skills.Collaborative Workers who contribute ideas and effort toward completion of group tasks and positive resolution to conflicts.Independent Learners who have the literacy and other basic academic and technological skills to enrich their lives.School CommunityWashington High School has an enrollment of approximately 2,000 students, 81 teachers, 3 full-time counselors, 4 administrators, and a terrific support staff. Our student body embraces a wide variety of cultural and ethnic backgrounds with a population that is 0.4% Native American, 27.9% Asian, 0.8% Pacific Islander, 7.4% Filipino, 20% Hispanic, 6.9% African American, 33.7% White, and 2.9% two or more races.