"Once a Husky . . . Always a Husky"
Established in 1990, the WHS Alumni Foundation's first objective was to save the historic arch from the original main building. After the completion of that task, the Foundation directed its efforts towards funding scholarships for today's students and helping support student and campus activities.
"The current and future activities of the Washington High School Alumni Foundation are focused on raising money to support staff and students for classroom and campus activities and to fund scholarships for graduates."
Since its beginning, the Foundation has awarded over $140,000 in college scholarships to graduating students, including 21 scholarships totaling $13,500 to the Class of 2023!
Since 2016, the Foundation awarded $2,600 in Classroom Grants to support the WHS staff and their educational efforts on behalf of the students.
The commemorative brick program was started to raise money to save the arch from the original main building at Washington. The bricks are located around the flagpole in front of the new Main building. Proceeds are now used for student needs and scholarships