November 2016 Highline school bond projects are wrapping up within budget and on time, despite unusual challenges. A committee of Highline residents meets quarterly to review the district’s progress on the school bond and how capital funds are being spent. Read the status report.
We are busy building the school projects you approved in the 2016 bond to give students room to learn—thank you, voters! Increased space will lower elementary class sizes. New facilities and upgraded security features will improve safety in every school. Additional design work will speed future bond progress. We are on target to complete every project on time and within budget.
Yes, that is the original terracotta! The new school continues on track to open in September. Check out the latest interior and exterior photos and a drone video from teacher Jeb Binns! Read the January update on construction progress.
Contractors swung sections of building into place in October at Hilltop Elementary School. By early 2021, Hilltop will have an additional four new classrooms with a set of bathrooms in its new additional classroom building at the northwest corner of the school site.
As part of the new Highline High School replacement project, six new purple tennis courts are nearly complete at the Sunnydale field. See photos.
Two additional classroom buildings opened at North Hill Elementary and White Center Heights Elementary schools last year. A third building is being installed at Hilltop Elementary School this fall, as planned. Learn more and see progress photos.
Enjoy this aerial view of the new Des Moines Elementary School while dreaming about our students all returning in person. We have never been more proud of our Highline community than this year. Thanks for your continued support of Highline Public Schools students and staff!