Snohomish High School Annual
The tradition began with the junior class producing an annual for the senior class.
The Arrowhead school newspaper begins.
Cap and gowns
So everyone would look the same, cap and gowns were voted in by the students.
The sport tradition of “winning” begins.
The first homecoming began. As the years went on, homecoming events broadened including an alumni tea.
Parents continue to sponsor the party after commencement.
Students parade through town for Homecoming.
This assembly began with the idea of promoting patriotism.
Snohomish High School began hosting exchange students and now has sister school in China.
The freshmen have their own campus.
Freshman Campus closes
Glacier Peak High School opens
With the opening of the new Glacier Peak High School, the Freshman Campus closed its doors in the spring of 2008 and the freshmen moved to the high school campuses.
The first phase of a multi-year modernization project results in 26 new classrooms. The music, vocational, and science buildings were removed.
A-Building modernization & new auxiliary gym
The historic A-Building closed for remodeling and a new Auxiliary gym space with weight room and classrooms was built.
A-Building reopens, modernization of library, added E-wing and new Performing Arts Center
A-Building reopened with 24 classrooms. The Library building was closed for modernization with the library temporarily housed in the Old Gym. 11 new classrooms, referred to as E-wing, were added to the D-Building. The PAC was demolished and a new one built on the same site.
B-Building (former library building) reopens, site work.
The library, offices, and developmentally delayed program moved into the new B Building. The old B-Building was demolished and site work was completed on campus.