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LWHS capitol visit SB 5171

Students in Lake Washington High School’s AP US Government & Politics classes get first-hand experience in the legislative process. As part of the class, students crafted Senate Bill (SB) 5171, which bans gender-based price discrimination on similar products

Last day of school remains Friday, June 23

Redmond, Wash. – Lake Washington School District (LWSD) has finalized plans to make up for the one day missed due to the November 30 snow day. The 2022-23 calendar has been modified to reflect this change:  

  • Tuesday, May 30: change from a non-school day to a full day for students

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    Courses & Credits

    Students in middle school take six classes per day (total of 6 credits for the year).

    Yearlong class = 2 Semesters = 1 Credit
    Semester class = 1 Semester = 0.5 Credit

    When Choosing Electives:

    • Elective classes are great opportunities to try new content areas, skills, and creative courses within the school day.
    • Students should carefully consider their preferences, as changes may not be possible after registration is completed.
    • Year-long Electives count as 2 Elective requests (1.0 credit)
    • Students registering for 7th and 8th grade should select five (5) different electives. If students do not select alternates, they may be placed in any open elective.
    • Our school counselors make every effort to honor your child’s top elective requests. However, we cannot guarantee your student will receive their top two choices. Teacher availability, master scheduling, classroom capacity, enrollment capacity, and flexibility in a specific child’s daily schedule impact class availability.
    • Some students might be placed in support class, in lieu of an elective or Fitness class, depending on state test scores and/or academic performance.