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2016-2017 Shorewood High School Information

SHOREWOOD HIGH SCHOOL SUMMER OFFICE HOURS:
June 27-30,  8:30AM-12:00; 1:00-3:30PM
July 1- August 14,  Shorewood is Closed for Summer Break.
August 15-19, 8:30AM-12:00; 1:00-3:30PM
August 22-26,  8:30AM-3:30PM. Shorewood Counseling Office Opens.
August 29- September 2,  8:30AM-3:30PM
. Tuesday,  September 30th, the office will be closed in the morning for staff development.
Shorewood will be closed Sept 5th, Labor Day.
September 6, 7:30AM-3:30PM

Classes for the 2016-2017 school year begin September 7th.

Questions and Communications  Questions and communications for SWHS staff can be made by e-mail found on the school directory.  Please note that all staff will be out of contact July1-August 15.  Office staff and administrators available June 27th-30th on the schedule listed above.

Between July1-August 15, urgent communications or questions that can only be answered by phone can be directed to district staff at (206)393-6111.  Your message will be forwarded to the appropriate SWHS staff.  We appreciate your patience during the summer closure.

Advanced Placement and Honors Class Summer Assignments
Please see the right hand column of this web page for a listing of summer preparation for honors and advanced placement classes.

Fall Sports Information  See the athletics website for details on fall tryouts practices.

Shorewood Athletic Packets
All athletes need to complete eligibility paperwork to participate in athletics.  The district athletic packets can now be printed from home.  Completed paperwork should be returned to the Shorewood Business Office for eligibility review.

Shorewood Highly Ranked in US News Best High Schools

US NEWS 2016U.S. News and World Report has again recognized Shorecrest and Shorewood High Schools for student achievement in their annual ranking of the nation’s best high schools. Both schools have been awarded a silver medal for the news magazine’s 2016 Best High Schools list.

Shorecrest is ranked 10th in Washington out of 477 high schools in the state, and 856th out of more than 28,500 high schools in the United States. Shorewood ranked 14th in the state and 1,038th in the country.

“It’s exciting to see this recognition of the students’ achievements and to know that our schools provide rigorous and relevant preparation for college, career, citizenship and life,” said Shorewood Principal Bill Dunbar.

“Having both our high schools receive such a prestigious recognition confirms our everyday experience in an outstanding learning environment that is supported by our students, staff and community,” added Shorecrest Principal Lori Longo.

Best High Schools ranking information for Shorecrest and Shorewood

To create the 2016 Best High Schools rankings, U.S. News worked with RTI International, a North Carolina-based research firm. High schools were evaluated in three stages:

1. Overall student performance on state-required tests. Students in the schools had to perform better than average to move the school to the next step.

2. How effectively schools educated their low-income and minority students.

3. School graduation rate and well they prepared students for college.

High schools that made it through this analysis were then eligible to be ranked nationally, in terms of college readiness. U.S. News determines the degree to which schools prepare students for college-level work by analyzing student success in Advanced Placement (AP) which includes college-level courses.

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.

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