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Announcements

  • UW President Cauce Visits Evergreen

    What does the University of Washington president want Evergreen students to know? “Dream big. Our community depends on you. Our country depends on you, so dream big." UW President Ana Mari Cauce shared these words with Evergreen High School students this week when visiting campus.

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  • Bell Schedule Change April 24-27

    Due to SBA testing there will be adjustments to our daily class bell schedules. School will start and end at the usual time; however, class schedules have been adjusted.

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  • SBA Testing (4/24-4/26)

    SBA testing for all 10th and some 11th grade students will be held on April 24-26. Please make sure students are well rested, at school on time and ready to test.

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  • Multicultural Potluck

    Join us Friday, April 20 at 6pm.

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  • Review Draft Boundary Plan & Maps

    A group of Highline community members shared their proposed districtwide boundary plan at a community meeting on Wednesday. The draft maps, background information and online feedback tool are now online.

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Mission

  • Vision: Evergreen High School is a community-centered school where ALL strive for excellence in service of student achievement. 
     
    Mission: The Evergreen High School community will:
    • Deepen our roots through culturally responsive practices, active family and community partnerships, and celebration of our diversity.
    • Grow relationships based on trust, empathy, and a sense of belonging.
    • Empower all students to rise up through high expectations and rigorous, standards-based instruction.
    • Support students to branch out, find their passion, and achieve their highest potential in career, college, and life.
    Motto: Dig Deep. Rise Up. Branch Out  

Principal

  • Jacqueline Downey Evergreen High School Families and Community,
    We are thrilled to begin next school year as Evergreen High School. Staff, students, community, and families have spent the past year planning our school vision, mission, and strategies to provide an excellent education and high school experience for all of our students.

    Plans for the 2017-18 school year:

    Increased Partnership with our Families and Community:
    We seek to work closely with our families and community to provide our students with a quality education and an enriching, relevant high school experience. We will engage in monthly activities with families and the broader community, such as a Dia de Los Muertos Celebration and Arts Night. This past spring we established an EHS Community Advisory Board and aim to establish a parent/family organization to provide feedback to the school leadership team and coordinate volunteer opportunities.

    Restorative Practices & Student Voice: Students will partake in classroom meetings in advisory to celebrate one another’s achievements and problem solve concerns. Student representatives will serve on all major school committees. Both ASB officers and our Ignite 9th Grade Mentoring program will be classes during the day in order to increase student participation and intentional student leadership development.

    Individualized College & Career Planning: On the Evergreen campus we have greatly increased the opportunities for college and career exposure. Now we want to take a more individualized approach to ensure every student identifies their passion and develops a plan to pursue it in college/career. This will occur in advisory lessons and every student will have a college/career support person on campus, whether it is a staff member or a college access partner from the College Success Foundation, Trio, Upward Bound, or the University of Washington Dream Project.

    Standards Based Instruction: This year we will be focusing on alignment of units, assessments, and lessons across common courses to ensure all students at Evergreen receive a high quality education aligned to state and national standards. All teachers will partake in common instructional practices, such as posting a clear daily lesson learning target, agenda, and assessment of learning task.

    We are excited to build upon the great work started by small schools to provide an equitable education for every student. As always, please do not hesitate to contact us or visit our school. We look forward to working alongside you in the coming year!

    Sincerely, 

    Jacqueline Downey
    Principal
    Evergreen High School

About Us

  •  
    830 SW 116th Street
    Seattle, WA 98146
     
    Office Phone
    206.631.6150
     
     
    Office Manager
    Kristy Jeffers

    School Hours
    7:30 a.m. - 2:00 p.m.

    Early Release Days (Friday)
    7:30 a.m. - 12:30 p.m.

    Office Hours
    7:00 a.m. - 2:30 p.m.
     
    Fax
    206-631-6162
     

News

  • Celebrating Our Dedicated Support Staff

    We are honoring the often unsung heroes of our schools, our classified employees—support staff who serve lunches, drive buses, clean schools and support our students in so many ways. We are grateful for their dedication and outstanding work on behalf of our students.

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  • New Website Coming Summer 2018

    We are in the process of redesigning our website. Our new site will be easier to navigate, accessible to users with disabilities and will require less staff time to create and manage content. We now need your feedback to figure out what you need and expect from the new Highline website.

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  • 5 Bold Goals for 2018-2023

    What if the entire community rallied around our promise to know every student by name, strength and need and our goal for every student to graduate prepared for the future they choose? Our updated strategic plan points the way.

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  • Highline Levy Passing

    It appears our levy measure will pass, with early results showing more than 58% voting in favor of renewal. “I am grateful to voters for their support of our students and schools. Local funding for our schools is critical,” said Superintendent Susan Enfield.

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  • We're Listening: Social-Emotional Learning

    It's time to share what we heard in a recent online community conversation about social and emotional learning in Highline. Two themes emerged from the online conversation.

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Boundary Information

  • See Draft Boundary Maps & Give Feedback

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