High school course schedules will change in September 2018 to help students meet new state graduation requirements. Come to a meeting to learn about schedule options and give your feedback.
Nearly a decade ago, Highline launched an innovative program for students to master two languages in school. The Dual Language program transformed the school day for dozens of children, who spend half their day learning in English and half their day learning in Spanish.
Pedro Montoya discovered his love for carpentry while attending Puget Sound Skills Center (PSSC). The 2015 graduate is now paying it back by helping to build the school's new state-of-the-art learning center.
Three Highline seniors have been awarded the prestigious Act Six Scholarship. As Act Six Scholars, the students will each receive a four-year, full-ride scholarship.
Families, community members, and staff are invited to join Superintendent Susan Enfield at a community conversation on Tuesday, April 18, 4:15 – 5:15 p.m. in the Tyee cafeteria.
We recognize that actions taken by the White House, including a new executive order restricting immigration and orders to increase immigration enforcement, are unsettling to many of our families. We want to reiterate our commitment to our students’ safety. We will do everything in our power to keep our students safe at school.
It's time for us to share what we heard in a recent online community conversation. Nearly 700 people shared their priorities, ideas, and concerns with us.
This month, we applaud our classified support staff members—bus drivers, paraeducators, kitchen helpers, recess attendants, custodians and more. To help us celebrate these unsung heroes within our schools, we followed one student for a day to see just how many adults are working to make sure she succeeds.
Save the Date and buy your ticket now for the 2017 Gold Star Awards BASH on Thursday, March 16. All are invited to celebrate the outstanding teachers, volunteers, staff, administrators, and alumni of Highline.