GSL school informationPosted: Updated:
East Valley High School Knights
Location: 15711 E. Wellesley Avenue in the Spokane Valley, about 10 miles east of Spokane.
Enrollment: Approximently 1,500 students attend East Valley, with a staff of 125.
Details: The knights participate in a wide array of extracurricular activities through the Washington Interscholastic Activities Association.
Football: Adam Fisher Volleyball: Jim Dorr
Ferris High School Saxons
Location: 3020 East 37th Avenue on the Spokane, WA South Hill.
Enrollment: There are approximently 1,767 students enrolled.
Football: James Sharkey is the head varsity football coach of the Saxons competing as a 4A school.
Volleyball: Stacey Ward
Boys Cross Country: Michael Hadway
Girls Cross Country: James Noble
Softball (slowpitch): Linda Bushinski
Girls soccer: Robin Crain
Gonzaga Preparatory School Bullpups
Location: 1224 East Euclid in north Spokane, WA.
Enrollment: There are approximently 886 students enrolled
Details: Gonzaga Prep was opened by Father Joseph Cataldo, S.J. along with his eight faculty members and upholds a 118 year tradition. Prep continues to be the only Jesuit Cathloc high school in the Inland Northwest and one of 46 in the United States.
Football: Dave Carson is the current head varsity football coach, leading the bullpups to third in the state in 2004.
Volleyball: Greg Smith
Boys Cross Country: Joe Feryn
Girls Cross Country: Terry Kelly
Girls soccer: Christian Birrer
Lewis and Clark High School Tigers
Location: 521 West Fourth Avenue in downtown Spokane.
Enrollment: There are approximently 2,100 students presently enrolled at LC.
Details: Central School, a two-story wooden building, was the first school located in the current Fourth and Stevens block of LC back in 1883. It began the legacy of LC, which was formally dedicated April 3, 1912. "Look" magazine named LC one of the 100 best high schools in the United States in October of 1946.
Football: Tom Yearout is the current head coach of Varsity Tiger Football leading many of his players to making the 2006 All-GSL team, with four on the first team, keeping tiger pride alive. The tigers compete as a 4A school.
Volleyball: Julie Yearout
Boys Cross Country: Andre Wicks
Girls Cross Country: Mark VandineSoftball (slowpitch): Tara Groves
Mount Spokane High School Wildcats
Location: 6015 East Mt. Spokane Park Drive in the foothills of Mount Spokane in Mead, WA.
Enrollment: There are approximently 1,353 students enrolled.
Details: Mt. Spokane celebrates its ten year aniversary this year. It opened in 1997 and had its first graduating class in 1999.
Volleyball: John Reid
Football: Mike McLaughlin
Boys Cross Country: Craig Dietz
Girls Cross Country: Joanie Jones
Girls soccer: Ryan Campanella
Mead High School Panthers
Location: 12828 W. Hastings Road in Spokane, WA.
Enrollment: Approximently 1,650 students attend Mead high school.
Details: Mead high school recently went through an extensive remodel beginning in May of 1999 and ending August of 2001.
Football: Sean Carty is the head varsity football coach. The panther football team hold the 2003 and 2005 GSL champions title, among others. They compete as a 4A school.
Volleyball: The panther volleyball team are five time Washington State Champions, winning the title for the last five years in a row.Girls Cross Country: Dori Robertson
Central Valley High School Bears
Location: 821 S. Sullivan Rd. in the Spokane Valley.
Enrollment: There are approximently 1,800 students who attend Central Valley.
Details: Central Valley originally opened in 1927 in the current location of Greenacres middle school. It was later updated in 1956 and again in September of 2000.
Cross Country: James Berry
Football: Rick Giampietri
Volleyball: Chad Coupland
University High School Titans
Location: 12420 E. 32nd Avenue in the Spokane Valley.
Enrollment: Approximently 1,800 students attend University with 153 staff members.
Details: University High School was rebuilt in 2002.
Football: Mike Ganey
Girls Cross Country: Chrissy Francek
Boys Cross Country: Mike Barbero
Girls soccer: Kevin Houston
Shadle Park High School Highlanders
Location: 4327 N. Ash St. in Spokane, WA.
Enrollment: Approximently 1,681 students attend Shadle Park.
Details: The land where Shadle Park resides was donated to the city of Spokane by Jessie Comstock Shadle, the widow of Eugene Shadle, for the purpose of building a park. Only a bit of the land was used to build the high school, which opened in 1957. Since Eugene Shadle was a desendent of the Scottish Hendersen clan, the school crest adopted the cresent and star to honor Shadle. The crest was presented to Shadle High School by the class of 1964 and remains a permanent fixture in the commons of the school.
Football: Mark Hester
Girls Cross Country: Bob Isitt
Volleyball: Brooke Cooper
Rogers High School Pirates
Location: 1622 E. Wellesley Avenue on the northeast side of Spokane, WA in the Hillyard district.
Enrollment: 1,741 students attend Rogers.
Details: Rogers originally opened its doors in 1932. Currently, the school is under an extensive remodel that began the summer of 2006 and is expected to end December of 2008. The remodel will update the 1932 art-deco and will span across 264,000 sq. feet.
Football: Ted Lyon
North Central High School Indians
Location: 1600 N. Howard in Spokane, WA.
Enrollment: Around 1,610 students attend North Central.
Details: The doors of North Central opened in September of 1908 with a half wing for 200 students. It soon merged with South Central High School where William Jennings Bryan and Booker T. Washington both spoke. The current building was rebuilt in 1980.
Football: Grady Emerson
Volleyball: Shannon Bongtrager
Boys Cross Country: Jon Knight
Girls Cross Country: Dempsey Ortega
Softball (slowpitch): Chuck Filippini