October 28, 2021 7:00 p.m.
Interested in robotics but love to play soccer? Do you love the stage, but enjoy giving back to the community? At SLHS you can do all those things! We invite you to join us as we talk about these programs and many others that students can participate and excel in while at SLHS. Below are some of the handouts we’ll be reviewing and video links that give you a better look at student life. Seattle Lutheran High School has a unique and successful approach to education. Join us for our open house to discover if SLHS is the right fit for you. To register or for more information contact Sally Heit @ firstname.lastname@example.org
Seattle Lutheran High School campus tours for prospective students are by appointment after school hours. Guests are asked to be fully masked and sanitize when they enter the building in order to provide a safe environment for our students. To make an appointment email Admissions Director, Sally Heit at email@example.com .
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. Students take three intensive four-week classes. In 2018 we added J-Term Abroad. Students experienced opportunities of a lifetime taking courses abroad for 10 days during January. In 2018 they went to the Caribbean for a marine science course, in 2019 it was an environmental science course in Costa Rica, and in 2020 they traveled to Fiji.
Mental Health Day is a whole day dedicated to mental health education. Objectives for the day are to educate our students about various mental health disorders, reduce stigma, provide tools and strategies to manage stress and maintain sound mental health, give our students tangible steps on where they go when they or someone they know needs help, and to give hope. We want our students to know that there is hope.
Small classes allow teachers to connect with students and help build community within the school.
Our Advisory Program is compiled of a mix of grades and genders, designed so one faculty member follows a student from freshman to senior year. To facilitate this, groups of 6 or 7 students across ninth through twelfth grades have been assigned to a faculty advisor. That advisor will keep track of their academic and social progress in school. The program also provides a person for parents to contact about their student’s school experience. And, the Advisory Program will serve as a vehicle for information exchange, particularly as it relates to social and emotional learning (SEL).
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 Admissions Director, Sally Heit or call 206-937-7722.