Woodbridge HS History

Opened: 1973
Closed: 1993

Woodbridge High School was located in a new building that was opened in 1973 for grade seven through twelve. The facilities included science laboratories as well as vocational, business and other specialized rooms to meet curriculum needs. There was a sunken library in the center of the building as the hub of activities and the building was fully carpeted. The base gymnasium and adjoining fields were reserved for school use. A school gymnasium was opened in December 1986.

In the 1981-82 school year there were 450 students in grades seven through twelve. For the 1988-89 school year there were 525 students in grades seven through twelve.

The school mascot was the Warrior and the school colors were blue and gold.

The school closed in 1993. Everyone was determined to make the last year full of activities and challenges. The school administrators were principal Blan Palmer and assistant principal Carolyn Mikela. Even though students and school materials were leaving weekly, a full complement of athletic and extracurricular activities were available to the students. There were approximately 330 students the last year and forty-eight faculty and staff. The sports teams even won several championships the final year of the school.


Information from yearbooks and DoDDS School Information Guides

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