Westside School. Critical Thinking. Communication. Collaboration. Creativity. Character.
Westside School was founded in 1981 and has grown from 11 to 300+ students in grades prekindergarten through 8th grade.
With roots that started in West Seattle’s co-op community, Westside School offers a progressive, integrated, project based curriculum. Westside values small class size, collaboration, empathy, and is an inclusive, multi-age community where older students mentor younger students and each other. The walls of the building contain but don’t limit the program – teachers are empowered to take advantage of learning opportunities as they arise.
The parent community is integral to the success of Westside School – they share responsibility for making Westside the rich, special community that it is.
Go Hawks! #12thman #seahawks #playoffs
With Monday off in observance of Martin Luther King, Jr. Day, we encourage you to honor the day. Here are some ideas! https://insidewestsideschool.com/2017/01/13/giving-back-in-honor-of-mlk-day/
Great conversation this morning at first 2017 Coffee with the Head of School. Join us next time - Friday, February 10 at 8:30 a.m.!
Thank you to West Seattle Endodontics, Fauntleroy Chiropractic and Live Oak Audio Visual for becoming Sponsors of 35 Years - A Community Celebration and Auction!
Never mind the cold - we have sunshine!!!☀️
In just five short months the Class of 2017 - our fourth Westside School graduating class - will take the stage to receive their diplomas. Hard to believe it wasn't that long ago we were announcing plans for the Middle School! #TBT
A great question asked in third grade today #wonder
Some amazing Westside kids + a great idea + cute pets = an awesome story!
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