Glacier Middle School
The 2016 bond provides funds to build a new middle school on the district-owned Glacier site in SeaTac. Thank you for providing community input, responding to design ideas at community meetings and serving on the planning, naming and design review committees. We will continue to provide updates on the construction progress on Glacier Middle School. We look forward to a grand opening celebration in fall 2019.
Site Location: 2450 South 142nd Street, SeaTac
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Coming soon! Check out photos of our progress from planning and community meetings to demolition and construction. Work on site will start at the end of the 2018-19 school year. The new school will open fall 2021.
Initial middle school specifications were completed for an earlier bond proposal, speeding up the planning and design phase of this middle school.
Planning & Design | February 2017 - December 2018
Bid & Award | January - February 2018
Construction | March 2018 - July 2019
Occupancy | July - August 2019
School Starts | Fall 2019
Please call 206-631-3002 to request to see the Glacier Middle School display boards in person or for accessibility assistance.
Originally the home of Glacier High School from 1960 to 1980, the aging buildings were demolished in 2017 after a last walk through by Glacier alums and former staff. A new 950-student middle school is being built on the site to alleviate overcrowding and help reduce class sizes in elementary schools.
Highline Public Schools has changed school boundaries and feeder patterns for fall 2019. Use our on-line tool to look up your fall 2019 neighborhood schools. Learn more.
More than 600 students in fifth and sixth grade classes at five elementary schools held discussions and voiced their opinions on a mascot for Glacier Middle School this fall. Check out the mascot and the new school website--it's live!
Sixth-grade students will take world language and arts in middle school in September. Get the early scoop on next year's program for sixth grade in middle school as details emerge.
Glacier Middle School Planning Principal Vicki Fisher met with all students in fifth and sixth grades at five elementary schools this month. Students learned about their new middle school, discussed mascots and voted.
Here is a progress report on projects big and small voters approved in the November 2016 bond.
The community-led bond and boundary planning committee for Highline Public Schools presented a recommended set of boundary maps and a list of additional considerations at the June 6, 2018 school board meeting.