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This article relies on references to primary sources or sources affiliated with the subject. Please add more appropriate citations from reliable sources. (January 2008) Sultan Senior High School Location 13175 310th Ave. SE Sultan, WA 98294 Coordinates 47°52′22″N 121°48′48″W / 47.8729°N 121.8134°W / 47.8729; -121.8134Coordinates: 47°52′22″N 121°48′48″W / 47.8729°N 121.8134°W / 47.8729; -121.8134 Information Type Public Established 1888 Superintendent Dan Chaplik Principal Cal Johnson Enrollment 628 Campus Urban fringe Color(s) Navy, Columbia Blue, and White Athletics conference Cascade Conference Mascot Turks Website Sultan High School is located in the small town of Sultan, Washington, only about 40 miles from Seattle. It is located between the Cascade Range and the Sky Valley, along the Sultan River and the Skykomish River. Contents 1 History 2 The City of Sultan 3 Campus 4 Sports Complex 5 Sports 5.1 Fall Sports 5.2 Winter Sports 5.3 Spring Sports 6 Clubs and activities 6.1 Associated Student Body (ASB) 6.1.1 ASB Officers 6.1.2 Class Officers 6.2 National Honors Society (NHS) 6.3 Future Business Leaders of America (FBLA) 6.4 Marching band 6.5 Pep Club 6.5.1 Random Acts of Turkness 6.5.2 Turkin’ Out 6.6 Future Farmers of America 6.7 Link Leaders 6.8 International Club 6.9 Yearbook 6.9.1 Scimitar 7 Fight song 8 External links History Sultan High School opened its doors in 1888. First starting in a building where the Sultan Middle School presently stands, a new high school facility was completed in the fall of 1987, located only 2 blocks from the old location. The first event held in the then new school was a sold-out basketball game in the winter of 1988. This game saw the first basket scored in the just-completed gymnasium by high flying Turk forward Richard Casey on an ally-oop assist by Turk point-guard Dusty Boucher. Sultan High School has historically been inconsistent regarding its athletic programs, with varying degrees of both success and failure. It continues to score just below middle-of-the pack in yearly state exams, and suffers from a somewhat higher than average teacher and administrative turnover rate. Most recently, localized violence among area youth, including a stabbing death of a 17-year old, has been an area of increasing concern among school district officials. The City of Sultan The City of Sultan was named after Chief Sultan, though it is unclear if Chief Sultan was actually a chief or more an owner of a large tract of land within the Sky Valley who acted as a mediator between various tribal interests and white settlers. Campus Sultan High School consists of buildings in an open campus layout. Classrooms surround a courtyard that connects a majority of all classrooms. The campus consists of 21 classrooms, 9 portables, a weight room, a gym, a wrestling room, a courtyard, a stage, and a music room. Sports Complex Sultan High School has a large on-campus sports facility. Football, track, and soccer all use the track and football field area. An exceptional field to begin with, overuse and poor maintenance has given way to the demise of the playing surface quality. The practice facility is roughly ¾ the size of a normal field. Limited budget and lack of appropriate soil amendments, drainage, and irrigation has led to an inadequate playing surface and because of this there is believed to be an increase in the number of injuries. It is a large field with covered grandstands that hold a concession stand in the back. Track athletes have it much better, though the track is the same age it seems to be holding up better and is in very good condition. Many track athletes from Sultan have gone off too great schools. Baseball uses the Mariner-sponsored baseball field. Softball uses the newly renovated softball field and batting cages. The football team also uses the state of the art weight room and practice field. Boys’ and girls’ basketball teams, as well as the volleyball team, play on their hardwood courts located on the lower floor of Sultan High School. Wrestlers love to practice in the padded wrestling room with brand new wrestling mats. The cross country team runs at the local Osprey Park. It has a maze of trails that are all near the scenic Sultan River. Both boys’ and girls’ soccer practice and occasionally play at Osprey Park. Lastly, the golf teams use the Blue Boy Golf Course, located off Old Owen Road. Over the summer of 2009, a new turf field replaced the older grass field. Sports Sultan Senior High School is a member of the Cascade Conference and classified as a 2A school by the WIAA. Competing against the schools of Cedarcrest, Granite Falls, Lakewood, King's Garden, Coupeville, South Whidbey, and Archbishop Murphy. Fall Sports Football State appearances: 1973, 1979, 1980, 1984, 2000 Girls’ Soccer State appearances: 1992, 1994, 1995, 1996, 1997, 1998, 1999, 2001, 2002, 2004 State achievements: 1st – 2002, 2nd – 1992, 1997, 1998, 4th – 2001, 2004 Cross Country Volleyball State appearances: 1978 Cheerleading Winter Sports Boys’ Basketball State appearances: 1961, 2009 Girls’ Basketball Wrestling Team State Achievements: WIAA State Academic Champions, 2003 State 1st Place Winners: Dave Lemke, 1974, UNL Mark Anderson, 1978, 108 Ben Nachtrieb, 1992, 190 Ryan Conley, 2003, 125 Cheerleading A stunt squad of boys was added in 1996. State Achievement: WIAA Academic State Champions 2007 Spring Sports Baseball State appearances: 2004 Fastpitch Girls’ Golf First season started in 2007 Boys’ Golf First season started in 2007 Boys’ Soccer State appearances: 2002, 2003, 2004, 2005, 2006 State achievement: 2nd – 2003, 4th - 2004 Track & Field State 1st Place Winners: 1969 – Sharon Sherman 400m 1970 – Sharon Sherman 400m 1999 – Cheyanna Brokofsky High Jump 2003 – Holly Jones, Heather Howard, Jessica Monson, Chelsea York Girls 4x100 2005 – Krystal Pasczkeicz, Discus, Andy Kincaid, High Jump 2006 – Krystal Pasczkeicz Discus Clubs and activities Sultan Senior High School offers an array of extracurricular clubs. Associated Student Body (ASB) This ASB organization consists of a president, vice-president, secretary/treasurer, and ASB representative from each grade, as well as school-wide ASB president, ASB vice-president, ASB secretary, ASB treasurer, and ASB business manager. ASB Officers These officers are in charge of maintaining the budget of all sports, clubs, and activities. They meet once a week to approve such things as POs and fund raiser requests. They are also in charge of all general ASB issues. Class Officers The jobs of Class Officers are to create fund raisers to earn money for their class. Class also have their own jobs given to them by the ASB. The freshman class is in charge of clean up at school events. The sophomore class is in charge of coronation for both Homecoming and Prom. The junior class is in charge of planning and decorating for both Homecoming and Prom. The senior class is in charge of Homecoming coronation at the football game and planning and decorating for Tolo. National Honors Society (NHS) A club for juniors and seniors that excel academically. This club helps run the Puget Sound Blood Drive at the high school every fall and spring. They also start drives such as food drives during the holiday season to donate to the Sultan Food Bank, clothing drives for Tabitha’s House, and book drives for the elementary school. Future Business Leaders of America (FBLA) The FBLA is a club designed to help students learn about the business world. Members of this club attend business conferences throughout the year and attend the “Pro Sports Career Day” put on by the business team of the Seattle Storm and Sonics. Marching band The "Sultan High School 'Turk' Marching Band" is a very successful component of Sultan High School with nearly 100 participants, representing nearly 1/5 of the school's entire student population. It continues to be among the top small-school Marching Band programs in Washington State, headed by longtime band director Jill Sumpter, and remains a strong fixture at Sultan High School. Pep Club This club was created to boost the growth of school spirit and raise pride. Random Acts of Turkness A point system between class for attendance to school events. If you are attending a school event that the club decides to take down points at, you reward your class with one point. If you are “Turked Out” your class will receive an additional point. The class with the most amount of points at the end of the year will be known as the class with the most spirit. Turkin’ Out The concept of “Turkin’ Out” or being “Turked Out” means that you have dressed yourself from head to toe in Turk colors. Also known as getting "G'd up from the feet up." Future Farmers of America This club attends a regional event every summer for FFA. It was created to develop assertive agricultural leadership. Link Leaders Made up of a selected group of juniors and seniors, this club was created to help the incoming freshmen to get to know their school before the first day. An orientation is held a day or two before the first day of school and groups play bonding games and take tours of the school and learn random facts to help the freshmen become more aware. International Club This club was created to promote culture awareness. Every year during the springtime, this club puts on International Week. The club takes time out to recognize the current foreign exchange students and the their cultures, as well as other cultures, at an International Assembly. Cuisine from various cultures are also served throughout the week. Yearbook Though considered a credited class, you must qualify to be a part of the class. You must have experience with computers and cameras. Scimitar The name of the SHS yearbook, based on the name given to the sword that a Turkish warrior uses. Fight song Fight, fight, fight for ole Sultan High win the victory You’ve gotta fight, fight, fight for the blue and the white. Best in the west, so we’ll all do our best On, on, on, on, fight ‘til the end. Honor and glory we will win. So, fight, fight, fight for ole Sultan High, and victory. S! U! L! T! A! N! Sultan! Turks! On, on, on, on, fight ‘til the end. Honor and glory we will win. So, fight, fight, fight for ole Sultan High, and victory. External links Sultan Senior High School Official Website Sultan School District Website v · d · eWIAA Northwest District 1 (Web)  AA-AAAA Classifications  4A Conferences Wesco North 4A: Arlington Eagles · Lake Stevens Vikings · Marysville-Pilchuck Tomahawks · Monroe Bearcats · Snohomish Panthers · Stanwood Spartans Wesco South 4A: Cascade Bruins · Edmonds-Woodway Warriors · Jackson Timberwolves · Kamiak Knights · Mariner Marauders  3A Conferences Wesco 3A: Everett Seagulls · Glacier Peak Grizzlies · Lynnwood Royals · Meadowdale Mavericks · Mountlake Terrace Hawks · Oak Harbor Wildcats · Shorecrest Scots · Shorewood Thunderbirds  Mixed Classification Northwest Conference Anacortes Seahawks-2A · Bellingham Red Raiders-2A · Blaine Borderites-2A · Burlington-Edison Tigers-2A · Ferndale Golden Eagles-3A · Lynden Lions-2A · Lynden Christian Lynxs-1A · Meridian Trojans-1A · Mount Baker Mountaineers-2A · Mount Vernon Bulldogs-3A · Nooksack Valley Pioneers-1A · Sedro-Woolley Cubs-3A · Sehome Mariners-2A · Squalicum Storm-2A Cascade Conference: Archbishop Murphy Wildcats-2A • Cedarcrest Redwolves-2A • Coupeville Wolves-1A • Granite Falls Tigers-2A • King's Knights-1A • Lakewood Cougars-2A • South Whidbey Falcons-2A • Sultan Turks-2A  A & B-BB Classifications  1A/2B Conferences Northwest 1A/2B: Concrete Lions-2B · Darrington Loggers-2B · Friday Harbor Wolverines-1A · La Conner Braves-2B · Mount Vernon Christian Hurricanes-2B · Orcas Island Vikings-2B · Shoreline Christian Crusaders-2B · North Shore Christian Navigators-2B  1B Conferences Northwest 1B: Arlington Christian Lions · Grace Academy High School · Lopez Lobos · Lummi Blackhawks · Highland Christian Preparatory · Skykomish Rockets · St. Paul's Academy · Tulalip Heritage · Providence Classical