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Washington High School (East Chicago, Indiana)

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Washington High School
Address
1611 W. 141st Street
East Chicago, (Lake County), Indiana 46312
United States
Information
Type Public, Coeducational
Established 1898
Closed 1986
School district School City of East Chicago
Grades 912
Enrollment 1500 (1986)
Student to teacher ratio 14:1
Color(s) Maroon and White         
Fight song Hail Noble Washington
Athletics 12 Varsity Teams
Athletics conference Lake Shore (defunct)
Mascot Mr. Senator
Nickname Senators
Rival East Chicago Roosevelt
Newspaper The Senatorial
Yearbook The Anvil

Washington High School was a public high school in East Chicago, Indiana, which opened in 1898 but closed in 1986. Washington High School merged with Roosevelt High School to become East Chicago Central High School, known in the area as "Central."

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History

Athletics

The Washington High School Senators athletic teams competed in the Indiana Lake Shore conference from 1969 until the school closed in 1985. Prior to 1969, the school was a member of the Northern Indiana conference (1927-1962), the Northwestern conference (1963-1967) and the Tri-City conference (1968).[1] The school was also a member of the Indiana High School Athletic Association (IHSAA), the organization which governs athletic activities in Indiana.

The school sponsored various interscholastic athletics teams. The Senators won state championships in basketball (1960, 1971).[2] The 1971 "Dream Team" was ranked No.1 in the state for the entire season, and went undefeated (29-0) and won the Indiana state high school basketball championship. The team featured Tim Stoddard (who played baseball and basketball at N.C. State and spent 15 year in Major League Baseball, Pete Trgovich (who played at UCLA), and Junior Bridgeman (who played at Louisville and in the NBA). The three would all go on to reach the Final Four.[3]

Notable alumni

References

U.S. Geological Survey Geographic Names Information System: George Washington High School

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