The Evergreen School is an independent school in Shoreline, Washington, a northern suburb of Seattle, Washington, United States. Evergreen is an elementary-middle school that serves highly capable students from preschool to eighth grade.The school was founded in 1963 by Edith Christensen, with an initial enrollment of six children. Enrollment as of September 2005 was 392 students, with an average of 16 students per classroom. The Evergreen School is accredited by the Pacific Northwest Association of Independent Schools and the Northwest Association of Schools & Universities .AcademicsEvergreen offers a set of special programs that include French, Spanish and Mandarin Chinese, as well as photography (digital), computer literacy, music, art and drama classes. German used to be offered, but it was phased out, and the 2013 8th graders were the last students to be taught German at the school. Eighth grade students go on a month-long Global Studies program to a foreign country that is relatively underdeveloped. The class of 2015 went to Vietnam, and the class of 2016 is scheduled to go to Peru.SportsEvergreen offers soccer, cross country, volleyball, basketball, tennis and ultimate frisbee.Clubs and programsEvergreen offers over 50 after-school clubs and enrichment classes. The two major clubs are the chess and math clubs. Enrichment classes include: ArtDramaFencingHandicraftsMusicScienceTechnologyWorld LanguagesCookingProgrammingGeography
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