at 4955 Peony Ln N, Plymouth, 55446 United States
Wayzata High School is located in Plymouth, Minnesota, a suburb of Minneapolis-St. Paul. The high school, operated by the Wayzata School District, has approximately 3160 students in grades 9 to 12 (2015), making it the largest secondary school by enrollment in Minnesota. It is also the largest Minnesota secondary school by structural size, with an interior of 487000sqft. The school is currently in the midst be of an expansion project, with projected capacity of 3900. The school is part of the Lake Conference. Its current principal is Scott Gengler, who succeeded Mike Trewick in the position in fall 2015.In 2015, Newsweek ranked the school at 150th on its List of the 500 Top High Schools in America.HistoryThe first school in the Wayzata area was established in around 1855. Classes were taught in homes until a one-room school was built near what is now the second green of the Wayzata Country Club. This school burned down for unknown reasons and a new school was constructed on what is now the main street of Wayzata.What is now the West and Central middle schools have both once been the high school building. The West Middle School building served as the high school from 1940 to 1960. Central Middle School's campus was home to the high school from 1960 to 1995. The current Wayzata High School campus was completed in 1998 and classes began in the 1998-99 school year.
3794 FB users likes Wayzata High School, set it to 4 position in Likes Rating for Plymouth, Massachusetts in School category