News and Events
UPCOMING PARENT EVENTS@SEATTLE WORLD SCHOOl
- Saturday, May 30th – Cultural Fair 9:30AM – 12:30PM
- Friday, June 5th – Parent Class for Student Success 5:30PM-8:30PM
- Saturday, June 6th – African Family Celebration 10:00AM-12:30PM
- Tuesday, June 9th –
Graduation at Seattle University begins @ 6:00PM
- Thursday, June 11th – Drama Performance 5:00PM-8:00PM
- Last Day of School is: Tuesday, June 16th
On May 19 at 11:00am the SWS presentation team went to Puget Sound ESD where they presented SWS information to the Association Education Service District panel who made the final decision about SWS's High School Accreditation.
After the presentation, questions and answers and their private deliberation, they informed SWS that they have approved accreditation for six years!!!
SWS Senior Nina Lang
Receives a $6000 Scholarship from Seattle Rotary
Nina was one of five winners to receive this honor.
Seattle World School receives a $5000 Technology Grant
Grant writers, Lori Leberer and Susan Jenkins,
receive award from CenturyLink
as the Seattle School Board looks on.
We are in the top 10 finalists IN THE WORLD for animation.
It could get them a scholarship.
ALL 8TH, 9TH, 10TH, 11TH, AND 12TH GRADERS
- Enroll now for Seattle Summer Skills Center Program
- Earn 0.5 CTE credit for courses
- Click on this website to register
- Applications are also open for the Fall Skills Center for 11th and 12th graders
Seattle World School Students Presented at the May 6th Board Meeting
SWS Students, Apinya, Shirley, and Michael
Board Member, Dr. Blandford; Math Teacher, Saraswati Noel
Click on the globe to see video
Three Seattle World School students were honored at the Rotary Club’s Winner for Life Luncheon on Wednesday, April 1st. A Winner for Life is a student who has overcome obstacles to make a positive difference – a student who might not otherwise be recognized for such an achievement. He or she may have brought about a positive life change to achieve their life long goals in support of their community.
Seattle World School was honored to have the following students:
- Anh Bach
- Sadeq Mohamed
- Abdi Hussein
Horn of Africa Services presented Cultural Competency training to SWS staff during their professional development time. They also brought a tasty and healthy lunch of traditional Ethiopian food.
Horn of Africa Services is a nonprofit that serve individuals and families from Djibouti, Eritrea, Ethiopia, Sudan, Somalia, and neighboring countries that are living in the Greater Seattle area.
Overview of the Wireless Project.