We are now on a waiting list status. You can still apply and when a spot becomes available you will be notified.


Health & Safety Protocols

The health and safety protocols are a critical part of the success of the hybrid model. For the safety of our students and staff, required health and safety protocols are in place for anyone on a school campus:

  • Masks covering the nose and mouth are required on the bus and on campus.
  • Social distancing of at lest 6 feet is followed in classrooms, in hallways, and in all school areas.

Seniors - Graduation

Beautiful night for a graduation! Mr. Bowers recorded the whole event but forgot to turn on the microphone, he is no longer allowed to use the camera. LOL

Here be a few pics of the event.

If anyone has video of any portion of the graduation feel free to let Mr. Bowers know he is working on splicing sound into the 'silent movie'. 360.388.0821

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We are back to normal attendance each day.


Details to come.


If you have not picked up your chromebook please call the school.


Link to school library. Library is open if you want to check out a book or a movie you can email Ms. Kern. Happy reading.
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Need to Talk?

First and foremost we are in difficult times relating to many things especially our own mental health. I am listing this phone number to NAMI the National Alliance on Mental Illness.

➡️The NAMI Information HelpLine can be reached by calling 800-950-6264, Monday through Friday, 7 a.m.–3 p.m., PT, or by email at info@nami.org. We will then respond to your email when we return to the office. If you are in an emergency call 911 or 1-800-273-TALK (8255).

➡️ If you’re experiencing stress because of COVID-19, you can call Washington Listens at 833-681-0211 for support services.

➡️If you’re in crisis and need help right now, call 866-427-4747 or text HOME to 741741 to connect with support services through Crisis Connections.

➡️The National Suicide Prevention Hotline is also available to provide confidential crisis counseling at 1-800-237-8255.

It’s okay to need help, and helping others access support services is something we can all do to take care of one another.