SAVE the DATE – Shorewood High School College Planning Night

Thursday March 31st – 6:00pm-8:30pm

Location – Shorewood High School

The evening will begin in the Commons.

Breakout sessions will take place in surrounding classrooms on the first floor.


College representatives and Shorewood Staff will lead a variety of breakout sessions on topics such as:

“How to set yourself apart in the Application Process”

“How to Pay for College”

“SAT vs. ACT”

“Private College Application Tips”

“Applying Out of State” – Additional sessions

“STEM Careers & College Options”

“Special Services in College; IEP’s 504’s, disabilities”

“ESSAY TIPS…what are they really looking for?” – NEW

This event was highly rated by parents and students last year. Breakout sessions will be approximately 25 minutes in length, and you can attend up to 3. College representatives will be available and have informational tables in the Commons as well.

A more detailed schedule will be emailed closer to the date. See you there!

Questions: or

Erika Spellman, MPA

College & Career Readiness Coordinator
Shorewood High School
Shoreline School District
Shoreline College & Career Center

Attention AP Students!

Registration opens for the 2016 AP exams on February 1st thru February 12th. February 12th is the absolute last day to register to take an AP exam in May 2016! Registration for AP exams is a two step process, completed online.

Step 1: register online at

Step 2: print registration confirmation receipt and bring your receipt with payment to the Shorewood Business Office. The cost is $92.00 per exam with full payment due at time of registration and no refunds. Payment can be made by cash or check to the Business Office or by credit card at, go to “online payments”. If you qualify for financial assistance and/or special testing accommodations, please see your counselor by Friday, February 6th.

Student Information Update Forms Coming Home

In an effort to ensure that we have the most current contact information for student’s families we are sending student update forms home with students.  The forms will be handed out in SAS classes, on Thursday Jan. 14th and are due back Thursday, Jan 21st.   Forms should be returned to the student’s SAS teacher.  We are asking both students and parents to review and correct information.  We absolutely need the most accurate information possible for each of our students to ensure timely and effective communication with parents/guardians.  

All students should return forms and if there are no changes they should write No Changes across the form and return it to their SAS teacher.  

The forms coming home are individualized by student.  A generic form can be downloaded by clicking here.

First Semester Exams- Early Release Days

Wednesday  and Thursday, February 3rd ( O Day) and 4th (E Day) are designated  first semester exam days.  These are short academic days in order to facilitate administration and scoring of final exams, grading, and the transition between semesters.  School begins at 7:50AM  and ends at 12:30PM.

Schedule as follows:

1/2 Day Exam Schedule
PERIOD  Start                End        Time
BELL       7:43 AM                          0:07:00
P 1/2       7:50 AM –     9:10 AM   1:20:00
Break      9:15 AM –     9:30 AM   0:15:00
P 3/4        9:30 AM –   10:50 AM   1:20:00
Break     10:50 AM –   11:10 AM  0:20:00 (Food Service)
P5/6       11:10 AM –   12:30 PM  1:20:00
Busses at 12:40PM

(Note:  Breakfast will be served. Lunch will not be served. This will be the same bell schedule for finals on Wednesday and Thursday, June 22 (O Day)  and 23rd (E Day).)


Seniors! It is time to submit your FAFSA online. Nationwide, seniors and their parent/guardians are doing this in order to be eligible for financial aid. Even if you aren’t sure of your plans after graduating, it’s important to do this just in case. Colleges, including community and technical colleges, give their funding to the students who submitted the FAFSA before priority deadlines.

FAFSA Help Night – Thursday, January 14th, from 6:30-7:45pm in the SW Theater. A college financial aid specialist will explain how to fill out the FAFSA, focusing on common questions. You will leave feeling ready to get it done!
Non residents: this evening will also help you get the WASFA completed, too,

Support Students and Teachers- Join the SWHS PTSA and Boosters

See the SWHS PTSA Website
The Shorewood PTSA is a vital part of the Shorewood community, running programs that include:
• Classroom grants via EQC (Education for Quality Classrooms)
• Shorewood Signal newsletter
• After Shorewood college and career program
• Student scholarship funds
• Funding for Extended Day Intervention and Advanced Academic Enrichment  Programs
• Back-to-School BBQ for new families
• Shorewood Student Directory
• Teacher appreciation
• Community services such as the Holiday Food Drive, Teen Gift Programs, and the WORKS
• Advocacy for children at all levels of government

Download the PTSA membership form here.

Go above and beyond to make the school experience great– Become a <a href%