Sammamish will be ready to have students and staff move into the new academic spaces in August 2015.
Students in the Biology/Chemistry class work with UW researchers to prepare new cancer drug delivery systems. Read more …
Our innovative summer program allows students to connect with professionals in industry to increase career and college readiness while working to solve real-world problems. Read more…
Community members and industry professionals work with us to make learning and instruction authentic and relevant to the discipline, the classroom, and the student. Read more...
Students and staff are working together seamlessly, using the latest software and technology as part of the school's 1:1 program. Learn more...
The George Lucas Educational Foundation website, Edutopia, has just released the latest video documenting our work with Problem-based Learning. Edutopia will be following up with teacher blogs providing more insights into some of our program componenets. Read the first of those blogs here.
Sammamish is one of only six schools in the United States and just 80 worldwide selected as a Microsoft Mentor School for the 2013-2014 school year. Sammamish High was recognized for its innovative use of technology to transform education. Learn more...
Each and every student in the SHS Class of 2017 will receive a new laptop to use in class and take home with them. Sammamish is an ideal location for the pilot program. As freshmen, Sammamish students take four yearlong courses: Honors Freshman Composition and Literature, AP Human Geography, Biology/Chemistry and Math. All courses demand the regular use of technology to collaborate, communicate and develop high quality student work. Learn more...
SHS claimed the #3 spot in Washington state and ranks 90th among the top 160 schools in the nation. The Washington Post 2013 Challenge Index is a nationally recognized ranking of how well schools prepare students for college. Learn more...
After being awarded an Investing in Innovation (I3) grant from the Department of Education, Sammamish High School is transforming from traditional delivery of instruction to a completely problem-based learning curriculum. Learn more...
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Sammamish High School
100 140th Ave SE
Bellevue, WA 98005
7:00am - 3:00pm
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