We inspire and empower highly capable, creative learners to lead with curiosity, compassion and courage in an ever evolving global community.
Evergreen was founded in 1963 to meet the educational needs of gifted children. Today, the core of our program focuses on teaching highly capable children with a curriculum that emphasizes curiosity, passion and creativity.
Although there are many curricular initiatives that set Evergreen apart from other educational institutions, three are at the heart of our curriculum: Global Awareness, Environmental Stewardship, and Social and Emotional learning. Through direct teaching and experiential programs, teachers weave these themes throughout all lessons and projects.
Hooray for chess! Here’s Phiona Mutesi, a.k.a. the Queen of Katwe, with an Evergreen 6th grader and chess player at a recent Seattle tournament. Save the date for the Knightmares’ Gauntlet tournament, to be hosted by the Evergreen School on Saturday, March 4.
evergreenschool.org Evergreen is proud to host this WA State Elementary Chess Championships qualifying tournament, open to students in kindergarten through 6th grade. Click here for more information.
What a wonderful celebration of Martin Luther King Jr.'s legacy, featuring students from preschool through 8th grade! Check it out on our website.
evergreenschool.org Preschoolers earnestly waving signs proclaiming “Not Fair!” during their age-appropriate re-enactment of the Montgomery bus boycott was just one highlight of The Evergreen School’s moving assembly today. Organized by the Middle School’s Black Student Union for Martin Luther K...
Please join the Evergreen and The Meridian School communities for an important talk by intercultural educator, Amer F. Ahmed, Ed.D.: "Addressing Islamophobia: Dispelling Myths to Break Down Barriers." This talk is free and open to the public and will include an introduction to Islam and then discuss myths and realities of over a billion Muslims worldwide. There are two opportunities to attend: Monday, January 30 from 6:00-8:00 p.m. at The Evergreen School and Tuesday, January 31 from 6:00-8:00 p.m. at the Meridian School. Please register below.
We're excited to be back from Winter Break! Our 4th graders were busy this week planning a meal for 30 residents of a temporary homeless shelter. Yesterday, they prepared their menu of chili, beef stew, and mac & cheese for dinner, and bagels, cream cheese, hard boiled eggs, and fruit for breakfast.
What a treat! Today, after spending some time this week reading the works of nationally recognized poet Jack Prelutsky, our first graders got to spend time with Jack singing songs and hearing fun stories from his childhood. Did you know that in 2006, Jack was named our nation's first Children’s Poet Laureate?
We're proud of all our Evergreen students and alumni who are part of the world-class Northwest Boychoir & Vocalpoint! Seattle. Two of them were recently featured in Shoreline Area News.
shorelineareanews.com Aidan Cazeau of Lake Forest Park, second row, right, is in the elite Vocalpoint! group Photo courtesy NWBC When the Northwest Boychoir o...
The 8th graders took science class outside today as they began experimenting with the best conditions for building a fire!
"A special assembly took place in the Primary Division today! Triangle Associates, Inc., a professional acting company, presented "Going Green Together" in conjunction with the King County Solid Waste Division. The presentation focuses on how keeping waste out of the landfill through rethinking, reusing, recycling, and collecting food scraps for composting contributes to a healthier planet. Educating our students on how to be "evergreen" has never been so lively!"
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Our mission is to improve the day-to-day quality of life for the families we serve through education for children, parent education for the adults who care for them and support for all families.
Do you want to speak Spanish? At The Spanish Class Cafe, we will give you the tools to learn to speak Spanish quickly with our concise and direct method, The Spanish Class System™. Find out why students say "The best Spanish classes in Seattle!
The Meridian Park PTSA supports our teachers, families and school through community-building events, classes, services and more.
The Echo Lake PTA (Parent Teacher Association) supports the Echo Lake Elementary School community of staff, students and their families by providing tangible resources, both human and financial, to build community and enhance the education of our children
We serve youth ages 16 to 21 who have not completed high school but want to earn their GED and go on to college, technical training and/or employment.
Corazon Dance Company is a dance school and entertainment provider based out of Seattle specializing in Los Angeles (LA) style salsa and bachata.
Shorecrest Highschool Culinary Arts Program