Highline is committed to providing all of our students with a world-class education, but we face a challenge: deteriorating facilities that have far outlived their lifespan, obsolete infrastructure, inadequate technology, and a rapidly growing student population.
In February 2015, a bond measure addressing these challenges did not receive the 60 percent voter approval required for passage. During the 2015-16 school year, the School Board and district leaders are hosting a series of community meetings to gather input on meeting these challenges.
Independent architectural firms conducted surveys of all Highline's facilities in 2008 and 2013. To better understand the needs of our schools and students, please review the building evaluations for all of Highline's schools.
This video, produced for the February 2015 election, demonstrates Highline's need to replace and repair aging schools.
This video, produced for the February 2015 election, demonstrates Highline's growing population. Click here to view and print a one-page handout that summarizes the video.