The CPHS fight song is performed to the music of the Washington State University fight song.
Fight, fight, fight for Clover Park High
Win the victory
Fight, fight, fight for our green and white
Best in the west, you know we'll all do our best
So on, on, on, on, on to the end
Honor and glory we must win,
So fight, fight, fight, for Clover Park High and victory
V-I-C-T-O-R-Y up and at em' go and get em' Clover Park High
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