Who We Are
  Warrenton is a rural community of about 4,000 residents in Clatsop County on the northwest Oregon coast at the mouth of the Columbia River. The mild temperatures and abundance of outdoor activities such as camping, hiking, windsurfing, hunting, and fishing make the area a very desirable home for the avid outdoorsman. Fort Stevens State Park, Fort Clatsop, and the river and ocean beaches are among the many attractions that bring thousands of visitors to town each year and make it a popular vacation destination. Warrenton is a well-established , friendly community that offers a small town atmosphere for those that choose to call it home.
  • Simultaneous College/High School enrollment through partnership with Clatsop Community College
  • Cross age tutoring program with the grade school
  • School-to-Work program
  • 49% of the student body participated in 10 interscholastic sports programs
  • 42% of the student body participated in the music program
  • 19% of the student body participated in the drama program
  • 25% of the student body participated in the art program
  • Currently hosting one international exchange student
  • Volleyball qualified for State Volleyball Tournament
  • Football Team qualified for State Football Playoffs
  Warrenton High School was established in 1920 and the campus now sits on about 25 acres in the town of Warrenton. The single building structure serves approximately 275-300 students from Warrenton, Hammond, and the surrounding area. The school operates on a 7 period schedule, which provides the opportunity for students to earn seven credits each year and features two Internet labs and an automated library system with online services. Warrenton High School is a dedicated institution with a committment to high standards and excellence.