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  • Learn About School Schedule Decisions

    Making a decision about weather-related school closures and schedule changes is always difficult because so many different situations have to be considered. We do our very best to balance the many interests at stake, but we recognize that no matter what decision we make, it will not please everyone.

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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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  • Going for the Gold for Healthy Schools

    Madrona, Southern Heights and White Center Heights took home the gold in HealthierUS Challenge. Beverly Park was awarded silver. We are currently the only district in Washington with any sites awarded gold status.

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  • Students Selected for Schools of Choice

    A lottery was held on February 15 to select students for our secondary schools that require an application or a program transfer. This includes CHOICE Academy, Big Picture Schools, Raisbeck Aviation High School (RAHS) and the International Baccalaureate (IB) program offered at Mount Rainier High School (MRHS). When there are

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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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Our Promise

  • Our Promise encompasses our district’s mission and vision.
     
    EVERY STUDENT in Highline Public Schools
    is known by NAME, STRENGTH,
    and NEED, and graduates ready for
    COLLEGE, CAREER 
    and CITIZENSHIP.
     
     

    Highline's Bold Goals from Highline Public Schools on Vimeo.

Superintendent

  • Superintendent I am proud that for the fourth consecutive year our graduation rate has risen in Highline. Guided by our community-driven strategic plan with its bold goals for students, our graduation rate has increased 16.5 percentage points since 2013, to 78.8 percent for the Class of 2017.

    Even better, all of our student groups have made gains, which means we are closing the achievement and opportunity gaps in Highline. This comes at a time when our students are taking more challenging high school coursework than ever before.

    Our rising graduation rate is the result of the hard work of our dedicated staff, the efforts of our students and the support of our families and community.

    Our teachers and staff are a truly committed team of professionals who are delivering every day on our promise of knowing every student by name, strength and need.

    Our students are demonstrating that they are capable of achieving at high levels and are motivated to do so.

    Our families are partnering with us to educate our students, and our community has stepped up to support us through the Graduate! Highline movement.

    It is a joy and a privilege to serve as your superintendent. Together we are Highline.
     
     
    Susan
    Susan Enfield, Ed.D.
    Superintendent 
     

Planning & Construction

  • Keeping Our Promise

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