A change in Washington graduation requirements will affect the high school class of 2021. We need your feedback now about which class schedule will be best for our high school students in Highline starting in Fall 2018. Learn about the options and take the survey.
Did you hear? Highline’s graduation rate has risen for the third year in a row, to nearly 75 percent for the Class of 2016. The official graduation rate of 74.8 percent represents a jump of more than 12 points in two years. The increase comes at a time when standards for graduation are higher than ever and increasing numbers of Highline students are taking challenging, advanced coursework.
More than 450 volunteers descended on Salmon Creek, home to New Start High School and the Learning Center, to give the campus a major makeover. Every year NAIOP, the Commercial Real Estate Development Association, organizes its members to complete a day-long service project. This year, they chose Salmon Creek.
In partnership with King County Library System, all Highline students now have new online access to valuable resources. This is a separate account from their library cards, with no fines or fees.
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Highline Public Schools now has it's own app available on the AppStore and Play Store. Get all the information you need on your mobile device.