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  • Highline Public Schools has a new video that illustrates our bold goals for students. The animated five-minute video follows a family on Highline's "path to success," telling the story without a single word.

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Announcements

  • Happy Earth Day!

    Our new garden club, "Friends for Change," spent time cleaning up trash to celebrate Earth Day!

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  • Student’s Art Raises Awareness

    Cedarhurst student Sophie Jones was named as one of four runners up in the Washington Poison Center’s (WAPC) 2014 Poster Contest, which encourages students to create posters that highlight poison safety awareness.

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  • Attendance Every Day Matters

    Federal Law requires schools to contact all families if a student is not in school. Federal Law also requires a hand-written note signed by the parent to excuse any and all absences and tardies.

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  • Coffee Chat with the Superintendent

    Parents and community members are invited to join Superintendent Susan Enfield for a coffee chat at Highline High School on May 7, from 7:30 - 8:30 a.m.

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  • Award Winners Honored at Gold Star Breakfast

    The 2014 Highline Schools Foundation Gold Star winners were honored at the annual Gold Star Awards Breakfast. The event is the largest fundraiser supporting the Foundation. Money raised supports our 19,000 students through grants, scholarships and special programs in Highline schools.

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  • Check Out Highline's Animated Video

    Highline Public Schools has a new video that illustrates our bold goals for students. The animated five-minute video follows a family on Highline's "path to success," telling the story without a single word.

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  • Highline Students Try Out New State Assessment

    Elementary and middle school students in Highline Public Schools are gearing up to take the new Smarter Balanced assessment, which will replace the current state standardized exams next year. The new test is one step in a significant change to student learning and assessment in Washington State.

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  • Highline Will Move 6th Grade to Middle School

    Highline middle schools will include grades 6, 7, and 8 starting in the 2015-16 school year or later. The decision to move sixth grade to middle school comes after months of studying enrollment projections, staff and community feedback, and academic research.

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Building for Tomorrow Today
We face two critical issues as a school district: aging buildings and crowded schools. We're working on a solution, but want the community's input as we work to solve these challenges. Help us build for tomorrow, today.