Over 100 Years of Tradition
High School students have been graduating in Bothell, Washington since 1912, but the first dedicated High School wasn't opened until 1923. The Alumni Association works to preserve the history of the school by archiving photos, yearbooks, graduation programs, and news articles.
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Above: The first graduating class of 1912, doing their play on Women's Rights. Harriet Wray-teacher, Carrie Ross, Sarah Simonds, Merle Olin, Erma Olin, and Nina Beckstrom.
Cougar Tracks Newsletters
Older issues are on the Newsletters page. The last four issues are reserved for members, and are stored on the "Recent Four" subpage under the Newsletters menu button. This is a password protected page. If your membership is current, you can request the password by sending us a message through our "Contact" page.
Merchandise - Cougar T-shirts with our own design are for sale at $18 each, see Mechandise page.
Class websites and Facebook addresses - Connect menu button.
Reunions - Posted on the Calendar page.
Resources - Subpage under the "Connect" Button.
Donations may be made directly to the scholarship fund or "in the memory of" a particular alumni. To make a donation, click the Red Donate Button to be taken to the Contribute page. From there, scroll to the bottom of the page until you see the Yellow Donate button. When you click that button, you will be taken to PayPal where you can securely use a credit card or your PalPal funds. Unfortunately, you cannot designate the donation from within PayPal, so please send us an email telling us how you want your donation to be designated.
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2019 BHSAA Scholarship Awards
James Johnson was awarded
the BHSAA General Scholarship. He will be attending the University of Washington in the Foster School of Business. He is the current ASB President at Bothell HIgh School.
Natalie Kull was awarded
the BHSAA Vocational/Technical Scholarship. She will be majoring in Environmental Sciences at Gonzaga University in Spokane. She is the Senior Chair of the Honor Society and started a Rowing Club at BHS.
Cougar Tracks Newsletter
The Newsletter staff works hard gathering interesting stories to keep the Alumni informed about what's going on with their fellow Alums, as well as at the school and in the community. You must be current on your dues in order to receive the newsletter at publication, but you may read older issues on the "Newsletters" page of this website. The most recent four issues are stored on a password protected page called "Recent Four" located on a sub-page under the Newsletters menu tab. The password is changed each time a new issue comes out. The new password is emailed to members. If you haven't received the password, please send an email to us from the "Contact" page. You can support the Newsletter by advertising your business for just $10 per issue. Form is on the Contribute page.
Volunteers are the glue that keeps the organization running.
Many of the current volunteers have been serving on the Board for 20 years or more, and new energy and ideas are needed.
If you have a passion for school history, community or philanthropy, please consider attending a meeting to learn more about what the Association does or look at our ABOUT or ORGANIZATION pages on this site.
Every year the Association awards two scholarships to graduating Seniors to help them further their education.