Highline Public Schools is looking for community members to help complete the district’s long-range facilities plan, monitor the progress of school construction and assist with planning boundary adjustments. If that sounds like you, submit your name for the Highline Capital Facilities Advisory Committee.
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.
Please help Highline support your student by completing our survey for middle and high school families.
We are excited to offer a variety of opportunities for High School summer learning for 2017! Classroom-based and online courses are available to current Highline students in grades 9-12 who are behind in graduation requirements.
Highline plans to expand Dual Language programs in 2018. Take an online survey to give feedback and come to a meeting to learn more.
Students in the class of 2021 and beyond will have to meet new graduation requirements. Join us for a family meeting to learn more about the changes and the impact on students and class schedules.
We are pleased to announce that Tim Schlosser has been selected as the new principal for Tyee High School staring July 1. Tim is currently principal at Highline Big Picture Schools.
Khan Academy and College Board have teamed up to provide FREE SAT prep. Students can now link their College Board account to Khan Academy. Studies show that just 10+ hours of personalized practice in Khan Academy has resulted in a significant increase in SAT scores. Find out how.
The 2015-16 School Performance Report for ACE High School is now available on our website. We invite you to read about the progress our students are making, learn about plans we are implementing this year, and find out how to become more involved in our school and the education of your student.
An outbreak of mumps has developed in King County, mainly in the Auburn area, but the outbreak can easily spread to other schools and areas in King County. Get informed about how to prevent mumps, what the symptoms are, and what state vaccine requirements and exemptions are for schools and students.
Did you hear? Highline’s graduation rate has risen for the third year in a row, to nearly 75 percent for the Class of 2016. The official graduation rate of 74.8 percent represents a jump of more than 12 points in two years. The increase comes at a time when standards for graduation are higher than ever and increasing numbers of Highline students are taking challenging, advanced coursework.
Highline Public Schools and Illuminate Student Information™ have worked together to make your student's grades, academic information, and attendance available to you.
Highline Public Schools has a FREE mobile app. Be connected to your student's school.
Many photo-worthy celebrations and events happen at our school. When taking and sharing photos, please respect the privacy of other students and families. Some families do not want their child’s photo shared on social media. In some cases, this is a critical safety issue. Here are some important reminders…
Having access to the internet at home offers a world of opportunities for your family.
District leadership and the Highline Education Association (HEA) have agreed on a calendar for the 2016-17 school year. The calendar will be final after HEA members vote on it in August. At this time, we do not anticipate changes. Our website calendar now reflects our school calendar for next year. A year-at-a-glance calendar is also available online to view and download.
In partnership with King County Library System, all Highline students now have new online access to valuable resources. This is a separate account from their library cards, with no fines or fees.
Our students will take the Reading and Math Highline Benchmark Assessments (HBAs) this year. The HBAs were designed by Highline reading and math specialists to measure student's mastery of the Common Core standards they are learning in class, allowing teachers to better support their students' learning needs.