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Announcements

  • Dig for Data, Celebrate Progress in Highline

    Ready for your review! We invite the community to dig into our data and check out schools’ progress in a new online, interactive Annual Report.

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  • Cell Phone Parental Controls

    Are you tired of getting phone calls from us regarding your student’s cell phone use in class? Do you feel like you’ve had a million conversations with your student to no avail? Feel like there’s nothing you can do? Well there is...

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  • Parent Guidelines for Student Illness

    A sniffle. A cough. A sore throat. Children come down with illnesses big and small. Some are contagious, but some aren’t. How do you know when to keep your child home from school?

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  • Join the Conversation

    We are launching an online conversation to get your input on how to support the social and emotional well-being of students. Your ideas will be used as we renew our strategic plan, which will guide our work in schools for the next five years.

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  • Student Housing Questionnaire

    The McKinney-Vento Homeless Assistance Act in effect since 1987 is a federal law that ensures immediate enrollment and educational stability for homeless children and youth. The McKinney-Vento Act defines homeless children and youth as "individuals who lack a fixed, regular, and adequate nighttime residence.

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Mission

Principal

  • Tim Schlosser Dear Students,

    Welcome to Tyee High School!  We are an intellectually vibrant learning community where students, staff, and the community learn in partnership. We create this learning environment in the context of Highline Public Schools, which promises that every student will be known by name, strength, and need, and that every student will graduate ready for college, career, and citizenship.

    Our diversity is our strength, and our school is defined by strong, caring relationships, joyful and authentic learning experiences, and a shared desire to make a positive impact in the world.  We use real-world learning experiences, challenging curriculum, and powerful teaching to give students the skills, habits, and knowledge they need to succeed in higher education, overcome systemic injustice, and thrive in the world.  We work to ensure that all students graduate on time with wide access to post-high school choices.

    Thank you for being part of our community!  At Tyee High School, your voice counts, and we look forward to getting to know each and every one of you.

    Sincerely,

    Tim Schlosser, Principal
    Norma Barrineau, Assistant Principal
    Victoria Terry, Assistant Principal

About Us

  • Address 
    4424 South 188th St, SeaTac, WA 98188 

    Phone
    206-631-6400

    Fax
    206-631-6527

    Office Hours
    6:30 a.m. - 3:30 p.m.

    School Hours (Monday-Thursday)
    7:30 a.m. - 2:00 p.m.

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

    Principal
    Timothy Schlosser

    Assistant Principal
    Norma Barrineau
     
    Assistant Principal
    Victoria Terry 


    Athletic Director & Campus Manager
    Justin Kesterson
    206-631-6434

    Office Manager
    Gail Korakis
    206-631-6436

    Registrar, Student Records & Transcripts
    Emily Gronvold
    206-631-6437

    Attendance Specialist
    Michael Borges
    206-631-6479

    Office Assistant & School Communication
    Lisa Courter
    206-631-6584

    Receptionist
    Susan McEwen
    206-631-6405


News

  • 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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  • Remember to Vote by February 13

    Election day is Tuesday, February 13. If you live in Highline boundaries, our educational programs and operations levy is on your ballot. The measure replaces an expiring levy.

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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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  • Why Run a Levy? Hear From a Student

    There is a gap between what the state funds and the education Highline provides to students. Levy funds make up the difference. Mount Rainier High School student Cassidy Huff explains why we have the bond measure on the ballot and what it will fund.

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  • Share Feedback on Later Start Times

    We are making plans to change to a later start time for high schools. This is in response to feedback from students, families and staff, as well as research that shows teenagers do better in school when they can sleep later.

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Important Dates

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Planning & Construction

  • Keeping Our Promise

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