General News

Growth

A Message from Mr. Candelario, As I walk down the hallway of Seattle Lutheran early in the morning, I try to remember my high school experiences and what it was like growing up back in the day.  What were […]

Key Club

A message from Tim Caudle. Lev Vygotsky was a Russian psychologist who came up with a theory known as the “Zone of Proximal Development.” Essentially what Vygotsky argued was that each student needs to be a little uncomfortable to […]

SLHS Math Team Success

  The Seattle Lutheran Math Club competed in a math contest at Rainier Christian High School on Valentine’s Day. Christian Faith High School also was in the contest with Rainier Christian. SLHS had two JV teams (freshmen and sophs) and […]

A Note from the SLHS Board of Directors

Dear Friends of Seattle Lutheran High School.                                My name is John Lisko and I am Board President of Seattle Lutheran High School. As I complete my 6th year on the board, I am grateful for the opportunity and challenge […]

Ultimate Experiences

Experiences shape our future. While conducting new student meetings for next year’s incoming class of 2022, I am reminded of the gift of experiences that Seattle Lutheran provides our young adults.  We are blessed to have a safe, loving […]

Starting to Scuba

Starting to SCUBA! Hello parents! On January 9th the Seattle Lutheran students woke up bright and early to some delicious french toast. After breakfast, we moved the boat around to the next bay of Grand Case and all took turns practicing COW (confined open […]

Open House — January 25th

Open House for Seattle Lutheran High School Thursday, January 25,  from 7:00 – 8:30 PM   Seattle Lutheran High School has a unique and successful approach to education.  Join us for our Open House to discover what makes us […]

Student Led Research Results

I am reminded frequently how important and valuable it is to hear from our students and our student leadership. I sat in the AP Psychology course last Thursday to hear the results of studies done by the students for […]

Beginning of J-Term 2018

Sharing a meal with Mr. Meyer from the J-Term cooking class Eyes light up, “I love this stuff”!   A quiet demeanor, a shy personality that comes alive while singing in the choir! Both of these statements have been shared by […]

Sounds of Winter Concert

Join us at Hope Lutheran for the Sounds of Winter Concert Wednesday, December 13th at 7:00 pm. Hope School ensembles performing are Concert Band, Chapel Band/Choir, Handbell Choir, and Glee Club. All ensembles are led by Mr. Franklin except […]