More than 1,500 students graduated from the Northshore School District in 2019. Congratulations to each graduate for their hard work and inspiration.
“Colorful, creative and necessary,” is how Art Teacher JoAnn Grambush described ArtSpring, an art festival designed specifically for Northshore middle and high school students who are supported by the Functional Skills & Academics (FSA) program.
The Northshore School District will serve lunch at no charge to all children who are 18 and younger. Children do not have to be enrolled in the District to receive this benefit. The program will run from June 28 to August 16, Monday through Friday, except for July 4 and 5, at Northshore Middle School.
Congratulations to Northshore Middle School eighth grader Andrew Da who placed second at the National History Day national competition for his paper titled “Raising the Flag in Iwo Jima: Triumph Rising from Tragedy.”
Congratulations to Natalie Brogan, a sixth grader at Timbercrest, who was selected by the Juvenile Diabetes Research Foundation (JDRF) to join a delegation of youth advocates in Washington, D.C. at the JDRF 2019 Children’s Congress.
To keep families, staff, and community members up to date with all of the great things happening in Northshore, Dr. Reid maintains a weekly blog.
Our actions are grounded in a strong belief in the capacity of every student to achieve academic and social-emotional success that prepares them to thrive in a world yet to be imagined.
The Strategic Plan represents months of community conversations to help define clear strategic goals, determine how to measure them, and identify instructional techniques that will bring them to life in the classroom.
We are committed to ensuring that all students are provided equitable opportunities to learn in an environment where they are nurtured and supported to succeed at high levels throughout their K-12 experiences and beyond.
We take proactive measures to protect the safety of all our students and staff members.
Growth brings new families looking for the excellent education and opportunities provided by Northshore School District.
School Board members exemplify citizen ownership and decision-making in the schools. They volunteer hundreds of hours and an immeasurable amount of energy to assure that schools are providing the best education for children.
A successful school system works in partnership with students, parents, staff and community members.
20 elementary schools, 6 middle schools, 4 comprehensive high schools, 3 choice schools, with more on the way!
We serve students in Bothell, Kenmore, Woodinville, and unincorporated King and Snohomish counties.
The Class of 2018 earned over $11.5 million in scholarship awards.
In 1959, Woodinville and Bothell school districts joined together to form Northshore.
We offer a variety of Early Childhood Programs for children age three to five.
We offer 11 sports in middle school and 17 in high school. Most elementary schools offer sports as well.
We offer a comprehensive Elementary Band and Orchestra music programs for students in 4th and 5th grades.
Students prepare for life after school. Self-advocacy, work readiness, social emotional skills, and IEP goals are incorporated into daily activities.