Seattle World School, a world in a school.
With students from over 28 different countries and 32 languages.
The Seattle World School was founded in 1980 in response to a large wave of immigrants from Southeast Asia. Today it is one of only a few schools nation-wide designed as a preliminary educational portal through which immigrant children pass in their quest for academic achievement and full participation in American society. Some students come with extensive schooling, needing only English proficiency and cultural orientation; others have never before attended school. In its 32 year history approximately 8,000 students have attended. Each school year over three hundred students attend Seattle World School. Students come from all over the world. Over thirty languages and dialects are currently spoken at the Seattle World School.
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[01/14/17] Enjoy the long weekend but think action. Martin Luther King was willing to risk his life for our civil rights. What can we do today to make sure that people have what they need? How can we be the change?
[01/07/17] Congratulations to our fabulous running team! You deserve a big round of applause for running in the freezing cold.
Enjoy your last three days of sleeping late! We're looking forward to seeing you on Tuesday. Happy New Year!
The Seattle school district serves 6,450 English language learners who contribute 108 languages to the total of 143 spoken by families across the district. A...
[12/11/16] One more week until vacation! Hang in there!
[12/05/16] Thanks to all of our great party planners who gave us the Winter Bazaar! It was so fun!
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Volunteer-delivered, K-12 programs foster work readiness, entrepreneurship & financial literacy skills. JA's experiential learning inspires kids to dream big and reach their potential.
www.bishopblanchet.org 8200 Wallingford Ave. North Seattle, WA 98103 206.527.7711