This spring, Rush Elementary School students participated in the school’s 12th annual Young Author’s program. Students worked to write and illustrate a book on the topic of their choice.
Sirens and flashing lights filled the Eastlake High School parking lot the morning of May 31. It was only a drill. Juniors and seniors quietly watched a sobering demonstration of what can happen because of drunk driving or distracted driving.
All LWSD comprehensive high schools received nominations for this year’s The 5th Avenue Awards: Honoring High School Musical Theater. Juanita High School brought in the most recognition with two nominations, three honorable mentions and one special honor for The Addams Family.
The future looks good for some business-minded students at Tesla STEM High School and International Community School. Dozens of students from the two schools competed at the Future Business Leaders of America State Leadership Conference in April.
CISCO’s “Girls Power Tech Day” event inspires female students to pursue careers in STEM fields. This is the first year students from Lake Washington School District participated in the event.
Washington Aerospace Scholars chose a handful of students from across the state to participate in its summer experiences program. Eight of those students selected are from Lake Washington Schools.
There are four neighborhood high schools in the district. In addition, five choice high schools serve specific needs and interests, including academic rigor, an increased pace of study, vocational programs and project-based learning.