Open House

IMG_5366Our next Open House is November 3, 2015, 7:00-8:30 pm.

Please join us!

Seattle Lutheran High School provides a personal and relevant education for our students. With opportunities to excel academically, grow spiritually and compete athletically, the individual student’s character is allowed to thrive. In a day and age where schools measure success by standardized measures on tests, which are important, we define success through Confidence, Hope, Integrity and Passion, the cornerstones of a Seattle Lutheran High School education where it’s personal.

What makes us different?

J-Term provides an in-depth experience through holistic education by adding variety to the normal curriculum and offering new and unique learning opportunities.

iPads Students use iPads, powerful tools, to enhance the learning process. Books are loaded onto the devices; work is done on iPads and submitted electronically; presentations by teachers and students are done with iPads; and students and teachers work collegially using iPads.

Late Start According to a recent survey at SLHS, the majority of students who take advantage of the late start feel their stress levels have decreased and their academic success has improved.

Small classes allow teachers to get to know students and help students succeed.

  Other Campus Visits

IMG_5368Seattle Lutheran High School campus visits for prospective students are Tuesdays beginning  at 9:30 a.m. Click here to reserve a visit date. Visitors spend the morning attending classes with a student ambassador. Lunch is provided for all visiting students. Visits conclude at 1:00 p.m.

Below are a few of our distinguished alumni.

Doug Fullington ’86

Doug is the Education Programs Manager and Assistant to the Artistic Director for the Pacific Northwest Ballet. He is a fluent reader of Stepanov notation, a classical ballet notation system. Doug is also the founder of the Tudor Choir, a professional vocal ensemble.

Jeff Jensen ’88

Novelist, comic book writer and Entertainment Weekly critic, Jeff is a screenwriter for Walt Disney and an Eisner Award recipient.

Michael Godsey, Ph.D ’88

A professor of Chemistry at Concordia University, Michael’s research interests include structural genomics and the structural biology of neurotranspoters.

Jennifer Damm Best, M.D. ’89

Jennifer is an Associate Professor of Medicine at UW and two time recipient of the Resident Excellence in Teaching Award. She’s also been honored as Clinician Educator of the Year by the NW Region of the Society for General Internal Medicine.

Jill Cook, M.D., F.A.A.P. ’97

Jill is a pediatric hospitalist with two cum laude honors to her name. She was awarded a distinction in community service. Jill is an Assistant Chief Resident at Seattle Children’s Hospital and a member of the Jet City Rollergirls League.

For more information or to schedule an individual tour contact Rachel Bigliardi or call 206-937-7722.