Enjoy the latest from the newspaper staff, including a Saints basketball recap, a rare Japanese dog, décor inspiration, a cool local park, advice from a video game wizard, and much more! @saintsroar on Instagram
Use the link below to see a 90 minute presentation by SLHS college counselors and five college admissions representatives including WWU, SPU, PLU, WSU, and GCU (Grand Canyon University). College Night Info Zoom session.
If you would like to view a recording of a financial aid specialist’s presentation on applying for financial aid for college with a Q & A at the end please check out the video using the link below. […]
In this issue, you will find some tips for a fun, safe, and healthy holiday, reviews of the Star Wars holiday special and the new Call of Duty update, a story about the mysterious Utah monolith, photographs of winter […]
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Seattle Lutheran High School Drama is proud to present its spring production, The Hound of the Baskervilles: A Comic Thriller Starring Shirley Holmes and Jennie Watson Adapted by Kent R. Brown Inspired by Sir Arthur Conan Doyle’s Novel Sir […]
SAT Prep class offered at SLHS starting Feb 22, 2020. Classes will be held on Wednesday evenings with two Saturday practice exams. Registration deadline is Jan 24. Please contact Tami Clark with any questions at firstname.lastname@example.org Registration is currently closed
Seattle Lutheran High School Drama is proud to present its fall production, The Iliad, The Odyssey, and All of Greek Mythology in 99 Minutes or Less By Jay Hopkins and John Hunter Nine tremendous actors will play 130 […]
Seattle Lutheran is dedicated to bringing our students the tools and experiences they need for the 21st century. J-Term provides an in-depth experience through holistic education by adding variety to the normal curriculum and offering new and unique learning […]
This fall, Seattle Lutheran Drama is proud to present three one-act comedies. Check Please by Jonathan Rand follows the stories of two hapless romantics on a series of increasingly wacky first dates. In Words, Words, Words by David Ives, […]