Each year the Rotary Club of Seattle Northeast awards scholarships based on academic merit, character, and record of community service to a select group of seniors chosen from Shoreline Christian, Ingraham High School, and Nathan Hale High School. This year, the Rotary Club saw fit to honor four Shoreline Christian students with their four available scholarships!
~Post by Julie Alberda, SCS parent
After the parent/board forum on bringing in and maintaining jr high/high school students, one of the results of the evening was the development of parent-sponsored social evenings for the junior high. Judy Guion and Julie Alberda volunteered to help spearhead the events. Here is a brief summary of our first social evening.....
On Friday, May 16, elementary students ran the annual Jog-a-thon to earn money for their school! All together, students in kindergarten through sixth grade ran 1,995 laps--that's almost 250 miles! Read more >> about Photo Blog: Jog-a-thon
~By Sarah Ott, Grade 11
When I heard that our school was offering a trip for High School students to tour the East Coast, I was so excited. I think that regardless of your age, everybody should travel to new places every once in a while. Traveling is one of the best ways to experience new cultures and gain new perspective. On the trip we traveled to many of the major cities on the East Coast including Boston, New York, Philadelphia, and Washington D.C. Each one of these cities was filled with exciting culture, interesting people, and amazing history. There was never a dull day!