We want to share an update on athletics. Unfortunately, all middle school sports are canceled for the remainder of the 2020-21 school year. High school sports will resume. We are following health guidelines to ensure our students and coaches are safe.
We are aware that widespread power outages are affecting student learning today. Please refer to our guide on power and internet outages for information on how to continue learning
High school students across Highline found connection and inspiration around a virtual campfire on a December weekend in 2020. It was a powerful and moving end of a not-so-normal fall at Camp Waskowitz. Starting Spring 2021, WELS has enrollment openings in its innovative, project-based program for students currently in grades 10-11. Ninth grade students also are invited to learn about WELS and to enroll for the 2021-22 school year.
There’s money for college—let us help you find it. Attend a weekly Financial Aid completion workshops or watch step-by-step YouTube tutorial.
Interested in attending Raisbeck Aviation High School next year? Raisbeck Aviation is one of Highline’s schools of choice. Staff and students are hosting two information nights for you to learn if Raisbeck Aviation is right for you. The first info night is tomorrow.
We invite 3rd-, 7th-, and 9th-grade students to give input on student experiences, including relationships, relevance and ownership of learning.
Calling all seniors! Join us tomorrow, Thursday, October 15 at 6:00 p.m. to learn about our College & Career virtual services, the Highline Challenge and important dates and timelines for senior year.
Meet some of our graduating seniors from the Class of 2020. We invite you to find hope and be inspired by what they have to say about their future plans, favorite teacher, favorite memory or advice for future seniors.
It's time to find a comfortable spot with your device to scroll through art created by Highline students. The Highline Visual Arts Show is going online!
Here is what we know today about our summer and fall athletics programs based on current state and county public health guidelines, and in coordination with WIAA.
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