~Post by: Donna Eisses, SCS parent
What a great time last weekend at the State Track Championships in Cheney. The weather was beautiful. Our kids were prepared and they performed well. As the parent of a freshman I did not know what to expect of the weekend. What I saw was great success. Read more >> about Together: Track & Field Heads to State
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!
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Alice Hanh - Events Coordinator
My name is Alice Hanh, and I am so pleased to be here! While receiving my bachelor’s in journalism at UW Seattle, I was a tutor for many years teaching ELL students English. Having my own small business working in education sparked my interest for teaching and community. I have had experience in student teaching 3rd grade, being an executive assistant for a tutoring company and online retail store, to management roles, such as operations manager and camp director. My favorite job so far has been working as the Camp Director at Run To Win Outreach, a nonprofit ministry serving our youth through sports.
By: Adam Haulter
There is often a bit of drudgery implied by the beginning of January at a school. The excitement and regale of the holiday season has come to a sharp close and life must resume anew within our halls. Shoreline Christian is obviously not immune to this malaise. We realize that the dark and cold days of winter are upon us and there is work to do as finals approach and the exams, curriculum and projects we mentally postponed back in mid-December have returned to challenge us. Read more >> about Wintermission is Coming
Elise Aydelott has been chosen as the Student of the Quarter for the third quarter of 2016-2017 by the faculty of Shoreline Christian School. Elise is characterized by the faculty as someone who “has become less focused on the grade and more on becoming a healthy learner. She has come to grips with her anxiety and has learned to flourish in spite of it. She readily helps those around her and walks and talks her faith.” Read more >> about Student of the Quarter: Elise Aydelott
Posted by Kaelyn Bullock, High School Social Studies