All schools are open for in-person instruction for PreK through grade 12 for the 2021-22 school year.
We provide in-person instruction full days, five days a week. Remote learning is provided for families who chose this option last spring.
We continue to adhere to public health guidance on distancing, masks and other safety measures. We will use three-foot spacing between to the extent possible, as recommended by the state school superintendent (OSPI) and Washington State Department of Health.
While we remain committed to keeping our students in school, we must prepare for the possibility of switching all schools to remote learning for a short period of time. If we need to make this transition, we will notify families with as much advance notice as possible.
We have compiled a list of community resources for families including support for rent, utilities, food, mental health, healthcare, technology and more.
The Highline Schools Foundation accepts donations to help Highline families in need with internet access, groceries, basic school supplies and more.
Contact our Communications Office.
The COVID Dashboard shows the reports of positive COVID-19 cases among staff and students on campus and in our hybrid learning model.
We are committed to providing frequent updates and resources. We will share information through email and text, and post all new information within this web section.