Inglemoor High School is a public high school located in Kenmore, Washington. Inglemoor's mascot is the Vikings, and it's student newspaper is called "Nordic News." There is an average of 23.4 students per teacher.
Students at Inglemoor have a reading proficiency of 88.7% and a math proficiency of 75.2%. Math scores have steadily risen in the past four years, and reading scores have made a comeback. Inglemoor students consistently score higher than the average district and state student.
As for demographics, 76.7% of Inglemoor students are White/Caucasian, 14.9% are Asian/Pacific Islander, 4.7% are Hispanic, 2.5% are Black, and 1.2% are American Indian/Alaskan Native. 
In the Northshore School District where Inglemoor is located, the median household income is at $99,252 compared to a state median of $67,098. The median home value is $288,998 compared to a state median of $160,737.
The high school is notable for its International Baccalaureate program. All seventeen students who attempted the full IB Diploma in 2004 succeeded in earning it. It has consistently received high marks in standardized tests and features many Fine Arts classes. Inglemoor offers IB French, German, Japanese, Spanish language courses and introduced IB Mandarin Ab Intitio.
Inglemoor's sports teams play in the KingCo 4A conference, and in many cases use Pop Keeney Stadium, located in Bothell, WA, as its home field.
Recent events included freak dancing during the 2006 Homecoming dance resulted in cancelling of the two Tolo dances and possible banning of dancing at the Prom, which was not cancelled. Along with the rest of the Northshore School District, parents of Inglemoor students are now able to access their child's grades online, though the system is still in beta testing mode. 
Sports, as well as academics, are taken seriously at Inglemoor. In 2006 the Inglemoor Girls Swim and Dive team captured a "3-peat," meaning they won their third consecutive WIAA 4A State Championship.