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    Mission Statement:

    The mission of Toppenish High School is to develop passionate, empowered individuals ready for a world with infinite possibilities.

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    Wildcats in the News:

    Principal is proud of seniors
    TOPPENISH - Each May I anticipate the high school graduation season with a sense of joy and wonder. As Toppenish High School Principal, I am so proud of our seniors – their hard work, sacrifice, and commitment to learning.
    Published on May 31, 2012

    THS names top academic achievers
    TOPPENISH - Toppenish High School does not recognize a class valedictorian each year. Instead, under Principal Trevor Greene, the top academic achievers of the graduating class are recognized.
    Published May 31, 2012

    Toppenish students works help earn STEM grant
    TOPPENISH - Education Service District 105 serving South Central Washington, Yakima County and a portion of Kittitas County, received a grant from the not for profit statewide STEM program in the amount of $196,00.
    Published May 10, 2012

    Program helping young girls get excited about science
    SPOKANE, Wash - Toppenish girls participate in Perry Initiative at Shriners Hospital for Children in Spokane.

    Toppenish High School and the University of Washington: Building Student Engagement and Success
    Toppenish High School (THS) is a rural school located on the Yakama Nation tribal reservation in Washington State. Over 96% of the 716 students are classified as Hispanic or Native American and more than 99% of the students are eligible to receive free or reduced-price lunch based on low family incomes.

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