MEDICAL LAKE HIGH SCHOOL
200 East Barker St.
Medical Lake, WA 99022
Monday - Friday: 7:00 am-3:45 pm
SCHOOL DAY TIMES
Monday - Thursday: 7:57 am - 2:22 pm
Friday: 8:55 am - 2:22 pm
Tech Prep gives high school students dual credit for CTE courses. Learn more at: www.techprepwa.org
For WA State learning standards, assessments, and graduation requirements…visit:
WA state achievement index for Medical Lake School District can be found here.
Common Core Standards:
Principal: Chris Spring
Assistant Principal: Justin Blayne
Medical Lake High School has earned the Washington State Achievement Award for Overall Excellence since 2014.
They have also received the Extended Graduation Rates state commendation for the past six years.
MLHS is proud to have been named a six-year accredited academic institution based on the AESD and ESD’s conclusive report.
They pro-actively implement the PBIS System to improve, enhance and sustain culture.
See below for information on Demographics, Athletics, AP courses, Graduation, Programs etc.
It is our mission to ensure all students are prepared to be innovative, productive citizens in an ever-changing world.
Medical Lake High School Athletics
Baseball & Softball
Track & Field
MLHS College Fair
16 Sports Programs
MLHS Career Fair
WA Drug Free Youth
Future Farmers of America
National Honor Society
Enrollment as of May 2015: 520
Gender: 57.4% Male, 42.6% Female
76% Caucasian, 9% Multi-race, 8.5% Hispanic, 3.6% African-American, 1.7% Asian
29.6% Free and Reduced Lunch, 10% Special Education, 3.3% Section 504
Adjusted 4-Year Cohort Graduation Rate (Class of 2014): 96.5%
Adjusted 5-Year Cohort Graduation Rate (Class of 2013): 99.2%
35 Classroom Teachers, 13.8 Average Years of Teaching Experience, 77.1% of Teachers have a Master’s Degree, 84.9% of classes are taught by teachers meeting ESEA highly qualified definition.
Student Leadership (60 students enrolled this year)
PEP Band & Choir
World, European & U.S. History
Advanced Agricultural Studies
Spanish 1, 2, 3
(Select courses are offered through Independent Study.)
Congratulations to the Lady Cardinal Basketball team, the NEA League and District Champions. They are headed to regionals later this month. Coach Lundberg has done a great job. The hard work and dedication of the girls is paying off. Thank you to all the supporters and families that cheered them all season.
Or should I say the future of Air Power. These young cadets of the Medical Lake High School's JROTC program demonstrated their skills during the Feb 2017 Drill Competition. They didn't just perform well. They were gracious hosts. 14 schools in all took part in the drill competition. "These schools weren't here when I was in school", said one MLHS JROTC parent. What was once a group of 5 schools has grown exponentially. The JROTC opportunities have skyrocketed around the state. With only two in the Spokane area, MLHS is proud to be the nearest to Fairchild Air Force Base and per another parent, "the best in the region". The cadets learn about leadership, character development, citizenship education and a demanding aerospace program. The size of the classes has been on a steady climb year to year. Drill competitions include Armed Drill Team, Color Guard, and Physical Training.
Now not all are expected to go on the be Airmen in the US Air Force. The values and lessons they learn from this experience will undoubtable help them throughout their lives; in the military or college or whatever may lie in front of them.