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Foss IB World SchoolAs Washington state’s oldest IB World School, Foss has been preparing students to take on the world for more than 30 years. The International Baccalaureate (IB) Diploma Program is a challenging and internationally accepted college prep curriculum. IB students can graduate with up to one year of college credit, are more likely to get into the college of their choice and more likely to graduate. The aim of all IB programs is to develop internationally minded people who, recognizing their common humanity and shared guardianship of the planet, help to create a better and more peaceful world. This elite and rigorous academic program is offered in tandem with all the benefits of a comprehensive high school.
Lincoln High School
Lincoln has won national recognition for academic excellence, quality teachers and innovative classrooms—but it’s the personal connections and supportive environment that set Lincoln apart. In 2011, Lincoln earned a state innovation designation by instituting a pilot project—Lincoln Center—that provided select students with 450 extra instruction hours over the course of their high school career. Due to the proven academic benefits of Lincoln Center, all of Lincoln High School adopted the extended day, homework help and academic advising model beginning with the 2014-2015 school year. With the new “Lincoln 2.0” approach, the coursework is more challenging with many classes taught at the honors or Advanced Placement level. Lincoln also weaved in time for clubs, sports, extra-curricular programs and homework.
Stadium High School
students have access to an enormous range of courses, clubs, and athletics, all
within a school that is nationally recognized as one of America’s Most Challenging
High Schools. This combination of excellence and variety allows students to
explore all their interests, discover their passions and prepare for success
after graduation. And participation
in extra and co-curricular activities is almost universal among the diverse
student population. The school celebrated its centennial year in 2006 and has
been completely modernized. Stadium continues
to adapt and evolve with the 21st century needs of students while
keeping tradition and history alive.
Oakland High School
Oakland High School serves students from 14 to 21 years old in a small and supportive atmosphere. Students earn credits at school and through work-based learning programs, online classes, independent study and volunteer hours. Each student has their own custom-designed academic plan and must complete a portfolio to graduate. Oakland is attractive to students who may not thrive in a traditional high school but do thrive in a flexible, creative, small setting. Additionally, onsite childcare resources are available to students who are also parents. Staff and teachers are committed to providing a safe, personal and nurturing environment where students can achieve in academics, career preparation and personal development.
Wilson High School
Wilson High School works hard to create a school environment where all students exhibit high standards of achievement and critical thinking skills, and are socially responsible, contributing members of their community. Renovated in 2006, Wilson provides students with state-of-the-art classrooms and science labs, the library, business education classes, an expanded Associated Student Body complex, a Career Center, and Guidance and administrative offices. Wilson is one of very few high schools in the country with a fully equipped glass blowing hot shop. Wilson won the School of Distinction Award sixyears in a row, something that no other high school in Washington has accomplished. This honor is based on outstanding improvements in student reading and math.
Mount Tahoma High School
Mount Tahoma High School promotes lifelong learning, preparing students for future success in a diverse and interdependent world. Staff and teachers set high expectations for academic success and encourage students to be creative, strive for excellence, become responsible and graduate on time. Mount Tahoma’s facilities were designed to increase student achievement and staff effectiveness by creating personalized learning environments that help to strengthen the relationship between students and staff. Additionally, Mount Tahoma has many high-quality athletic facilities, with the crowning jewel being the football stadium.
School of the Arts (SOTA)
School of the Arts (SOTA) provides an art-focused education in the urban setting of downtown Tacoma. The full-inclusion learning environment serves students of all learning abilities and is built around four tenets—Empathy, Balance, Thinking and Community. All students take classes necessary to graduate and enter college at the university level. Students can choose from more than 20 College in High School courses and earn dual high school and college credit. Each student has a mentor who supports them academically over their four high school years. All students leave prepared with tools to be lifelong learners and are ready to be upstanding citizens in their communities.
Science and Math Institute (SAMi)The Science and Math Institute (SAMi) offers students a unique and innovative approach to learning that is built around field studies in science and math. The school uses its unique setting—Point Defiance Park—to enhance the outdoor learning experience. The full-inclusion learning environment serves students of all learning abilities and is built around four tenets—Empathy, Balance, Thinking and Community. All students take classes necessary to graduate and enter college at the university level. Students can choose from more than 20 College in High School courses and earn dual high school and college credit. All students leave prepared with tools to be lifelong learners and are ready to be upstanding citizens in their communities.
School of Industrial Design, Engineering and Art (iDEA)
The School of Industrial Design, Engineering and Art (iDEA) is a new school opened in the fall of 2016. iDEA is part of the SOTA and SAMI family. This school offers students a unique and innovative approach to learning. The full-inclusion learning environment will serve students of all learning abilities and will be built around four tenets—Empathy, Balance, Thinking and Community. All students will take classes necessary to graduate and enter college at the university level. The school offers College in High School courses, and students can earn dual high school and college credit. The goal is for all students to leave prepared with the tools to be lifelong learners and are ready to be upstanding citizens in their communities.
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