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Scriber Lake High School

Scriber Lake High School

A High School of Choice • • Part of the Edmonds School District About

A High School of Choice • • Part of the Edmonds School District About 250 Students, Grades 9 -12 Located in the Old Woodway H. S. Building For Students who want or need something different than a more traditional, large high school

Some Reasons Students Choose Scriber: • • Later Start Time, 8: 35 a. m.

Some Reasons Students Choose Scriber: • • Later Start Time, 8: 35 a. m. Smaller Classes, Max. 22 students Teachers get to know you Ability to get help when needed Diverse Student-body Positive School Environment A Place Where Students have Success

Progress toward Graduation 9 th Grade Students, who begin with us in the fall,

Progress toward Graduation 9 th Grade Students, who begin with us in the fall, earn the credit needed to be “on-time” graduates Scriber Staff work with students to earn, catch-up or get ahead in credit

Unique Opportunities • More frequent progress reports & grading periods • Opportunities to earn

Unique Opportunities • More frequent progress reports & grading periods • Opportunities to earn more credit (7+) • Opportunities for credit retrieval • Learning In and Outside of the Classroom

Learning Outside the Classroom

Learning Outside the Classroom

Your Future Now At Scriber Lake you will have the opportunity to explore things

Your Future Now At Scriber Lake you will have the opportunity to explore things that you are interested in after you graduate. Your work will be geared to YOUR interests, and teachers will help you prepare for the next steps after graduation.

Where do SLHS Students go after HS? Ø Community College or University Ø Vocational

Where do SLHS Students go after HS? Ø Community College or University Ø Vocational or Technical College Ø Art College or Institute Ø Military Ø Work

LIFE AT SCRIBER

LIFE AT SCRIBER

A SCRIBER LAKE HIGH SCHOOL DAY Monday- Friday 8: 35 a. m. - 2:

A SCRIBER LAKE HIGH SCHOOL DAY Monday- Friday 8: 35 a. m. - 2: 15 p. m. - 3 period days + Family and SSR Students attending Scriber have access to athletics and classes at their home high schools, such as music and foreign language, Intra-District and Sno-Isle vocational program offerings, and Running Start

It’s about Family • Each student is a part of the Scriber Family •

It’s about Family • Each student is a part of the Scriber Family • + Each student is part of a Family Class • Family is a class where students and their Family-Advisor monitor progress, plan for graduation & celebrate success

th 9 Grade Students Ø Each 9 th grade student is enrolled in the

th 9 Grade Students Ø Each 9 th grade student is enrolled in the 9 th grade Academy and 9 th grade Entry classes Ø The focus of the Entry program is to help students understand themselves as learners and to develop and work on their academic and personal goals

th 9 Grade Academy v 9 th Grade Students take English, History, Math, and

th 9 Grade Academy v 9 th Grade Students take English, History, Math, and Science together

Mini Courses • Twice a year, between quarters, we have week-long class. Students get

Mini Courses • Twice a year, between quarters, we have week-long class. Students get to focus on and earn credit in one subject area for the entire week! • Some of the mini courses that have been offered include: • • Science of Breadmaking Pottery Fit Zone Experiencing Seattle Unforgettable Films The 60’s Digital Photography

Integrated Courses • Advantages: • Team-taught • Integrate curriculum across content areas • Offer

Integrated Courses • Advantages: • Team-taught • Integrate curriculum across content areas • Offer experiential learning opportunities • INSTEP (Interdisciplinary Studies Environmental Program)

Competency Based Learning • Intended for: • Students who may have failed a class

Competency Based Learning • Intended for: • Students who may have failed a class and are behind • Students who can demonstrate competency in a subject area, even if they did not pass the class earlier in HS • Students who are passing all of their classes and want to do more or have more challenge • Students who would like to finish early

Transportation • There is no district transportation to Scriber Lake High School • Students

Transportation • There is no district transportation to Scriber Lake High School • Students living a mile or more from school will be issued an ORCA Pass that will be reloaded each month

BUILDING RELATIONHIPS TO ENSURE SUCCESS At Scriber We Build Relationships: • between students and

BUILDING RELATIONHIPS TO ENSURE SUCCESS At Scriber We Build Relationships: • between students and staff • between concepts and learning • between school and the real world

Applying to Scriber Who, How & When

Applying to Scriber Who, How & When

Students Who Apply-

Students Who Apply-

Application Process Students: üAttend information meeting üComplete application packet üReturn completed application to the

Application Process Students: üAttend information meeting üComplete application packet üReturn completed application to the Scriber Counseling Office üSchedule an interview for the following week üInterview with an administrator or counselor If accepted, then you can choose between your Home High School & Scriber Lake High School

Scriber Lake High School Counseling Center 23200 100 th Ave. W. Edmonds, WA 98020

Scriber Lake High School Counseling Center 23200 100 th Ave. W. Edmonds, WA 98020 Ph: (425) 431. 7275 Fax: (425) 431. 7272 http: //www. edmonds. wednet. edu/slhs