General News

Ring of Honor

September 14, 2018, at 6:00 pm. Join us in the SLHS Menashe gymnasium in celebration of Kelly Coleman’s induction to the Ring of Honor at Seattle Lutheran. Kelly still holds a number of SLHS track records, ran track at the […]

Embrace the Grace

Embrace the Grace! Our fantastic event on Wednesday night was followed up with a couple of days of community building activities. I have been approached by teachers shouting the praises of our student body and their attitudes and compassion. One way […]

African Library Project

Do you have a bunch of old children’s books lying around the house? Why not donate them to a great cause? The Seattle Lutheran Key Club is collecting books to support a youth library in Kenya. English is one […]

2018-19 School Year Begins

Welcome  SLHS Family,  this week marks the starting point for a tremendous school year. Please see the schedule for the first week below. Important Information & Dates: Wednesday, August 22 – Registration Day – Students will receive their schedule, locker (if wanted) […]

District Track Results

Alex Okabayashi took 1st in the 100 (a PR)  and 4th in 200. Advances to State Michael Crawford took 1st in the 110 (SR) hurdles, 3rd in 300H (PR)  Advances to State Zach Carver took 3rd in 200, 1st […]

Team Seabot

It’s not just about the robot! That is what we always say when someone asks us what our Robotics Program is all about. Of course, we spend a lot of time and energy on the actual process of designing […]

Community Night 5/21

Community Night 2018: Who: All SLHS Students and their families. Incoming students and families included. What: A night of fun, community building, and information. Meet teachers, administration, and coaches. Find out ways to get involved. Where: SLHS Gym 4100 […]

Voices and Choices

I just read this story a few months ago and I thought it was really impactful. It’s called “The Wolf inside Me.” An old Cherokee is teaching his grandson about life. “A fight is going on inside me,” he said to […]

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 […]