Time Management Tip #3 from the College Board Don’t be afraid to say no It’s OK to say no if your friend asks you to go to a movie one night but you have a test the next morning. […]
Keep your work with you That way, if you find yourself with extra time—while on the train or bus or waiting for an appointment—you can get something done. https://bigfuture.collegeboard.org/get-started/inside-the-classroom/8-ways-to-take-control-of-your-time
Make a to-do list every day Put the most important tasks at the top, even if they’re things you’re dreading, and tackle them first. Include things you want to do on your list too, so you have items you’re […]
All Saints are encouraged to read over the summer in addition to enjoying a break from school. Hopefully you have all completed your required reading at this point. To see the list for summer reading please click 2016 SLHS […]
SLHS summer office hours are 9:00 am – 3:00 pm.
Join us in honoring Bob Christian, Founding Head of SLHS! 1,300 Alumni have benefited from Bob’s vision and the creation of SLHS. Reunite with classmates and friends while celebrating Bob’s leadership and legacy at our school. Friday, June 14, […]
Host an International Student Do you have a loving family and a spare room available at your home? Invite an international student to stay with you this year during his or her high school experience in the U.S. Seattle […]
Thanks to all who joined us at Teatro ZinZanni last night. We enjoyed wonderful company, excellent food and entertainment and an all-around fun evening out.
The SeaBot Robotic Team enjoyed success at both meets, most notably in Seattle where the robot threw Frisbees with accuracy and climbed a tower with agility – no small feat! Thank you to all who supported our SeaBot Robotic […]
The Ring of Honor Dinner hosted by the SLHS Booster Club was a great success. Thank you to all who attended. Bob Matthews, SLHS teacher and coach, and Brian Smith, Bernie Buck and the Men’s Soccer Team of 1990 […]