Moses Lake High School
|Moses Lake High School|
|Member of SO since|
|Best regional||1st/2nd (Multiple Times)|
|Best state||1st (1998)|
|Best nationals||26th (1998)|
Welcome to the Moses Lake High School page! Home of the Chiefs!
Moses Lake was the state champion of Washington in 1998, and they placed 26th at the national tournament in that year.
Moses Lake is a town that is located in Grant County in Central Washington and started out as a US Air Force Base. But in 1955 after Grand Coulee Dam was finished it started to receive a civilian population. Throughout the years, Moses Lake has grown to be a popular potato producer and is a provider of carbon fiber for BMW's i8 electric sports car. It also serves as a training base for the U.S. Military. Moses Lake is also a business hotspot because of the Columbia Basin’s cheap and fast internet and location.
There are 10 Elementary Schools, 3 Middle Schools (One of them is Frontier), 1 High School, and 1 Technical School (CB Tech).