Booker T. Washington High School

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Washington High School
School Information
Location 6000 College Parkway
Opened 1916
Principal Dr. Michael Roberts
Assistant Principal(s) Sauderlind
Mascot Wildcats
Colors Blue, white & gold
Yearbook Graffiti
Phone (850) 475-5257
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Booker T. Washington High School is a public high school in the Escambia County School District.


Washington High School originally opened in 1916 at 30 East Texar Drive (now the J. E. Hall Center). It was a segregated black school named for African-American educational pioneer Booker T. Washington. It was desegregated in 1970 and moved to its current location in 1982.

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