This week’s Highline Headlines include information about the final director district boundary map, free summer meals, a 2022 bond announcement and a 4th of July reminder.
The Highline School Board voted unanimously to place the next school bond on November 2022 election ballots. If approved by 60 percent of voters, the bond would fund new schools for Evergreen, Tyee and Pacific.
The Highline Public Schools Board of Directors placed a school construction and improvement bond on the fall election ballot. The district seeks individuals interested in joining pro or con committees. Committees are responsible for writing statements for and against the bond in the voters pamphlet.
We are hosting college campus visits for rising seniors on Wednesdays from July 13 to August 3.
Check out this article on Maritime High School in the South Sound Magazine.
Becca Chen has been selected as Highline’s new chief financial officer, starting July 1.
Check out this Seattle Times article featuring Maritime High School!
We stand with the members of our LGBTQ community during this time of increased intolerance and hate.
The graduating class of 2022 is full of changemakers. They demonstrate a deep commitment to their communities. With big goals and the determination to make a positive impact, we wholeheartedly believe they will change the world for the better.
Here are the stories of eight graduates who are examples of the outstanding young leaders graduating from Highline ready to choose their future.
View the last Highline Headlines of the year with information about 2022-23 school options, the tentative 2022-23 calendar, Summer Your ORCA pass, changes in immunization recordkeeping and news during the summer break.
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Highline has 18 elementary schools, 5 middle schools, and 4 comprehensive high schools serving neighborhoods in Burien, Des Moines, Normandy Park, SeaTac and White Center. Families may also want to explore our 6 choice schools or multiple alternative education options.