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Before COVID-19, school closures occurred & the good that came…

By Mindy J. Watson | 2020年6月5日

In the mid-2000s, a few of my colleagues and I thought it would be prudent to consider and then develop a process for extended school closure. Now, you native Pacific North-Westerners know darn well that it doesn’t “really” snow in Seattle and its surrounding cities, but occasionally two feet will indeed drop and shut the […]

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SAT Prep Camp – Summer 2023

By WA_Prep - Instructor | 2023年2月28日

SAT Reading, Writing and Language The summer SAT test prep camp provides students with the tools needed to prepare for the SAT Reading and Writing and Language tests. This 48-hour classroom course includes extensive content review, test-taking skills and strategies for each section and by question type, and proctored practice exams. This course is for students […]

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Learning Camp Summer 2023

By WA_Prep - Instructor | 2023年2月28日

All Camps run from 9:00am to 3:30pm. Upon selecting the week of your choice in the registration from you will be able to select your elective for the morning and the afternoon. You can customize your summer camp base on your child interest. See you at camp! Creative Coding with Python Learn computer science while […]

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Our Core Values

By WA_Prep - Instructor | 2023年1月13日

R ESPECT I NTEGRITY C ITIZENSHIP E XCELLENCE

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Mission statement

By WA_Prep - Instructor | 2023年1月13日

Inspire students to achieve content mastery, equip them with the integrity, the skills, and the confidence they need to become tomorrow’s leaders, and to prepare them to thrive at universities and future careers where creativity, perseverance, and critical thinking are keys to success. In doing this, develop enlightened, ethical, and compassionate leaders to better each […]

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Art Club

By WA_Prep - Instructor | 2022年12月30日

A place where students can practice the arts and hone their individual skills. From mixed medium to water color and traditional oil painting, high school students can find where their unique talents lie and explore new avenues of enrichment and expression. The art club curriculum is diverse and beneficial on many levels for art students. […]

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4-Square Club – Lunch

By WA_Prep - Instructor | 2022年12月30日

Four square is a team sport played among two teams with two players each on a square court divided into four quadrants: A, B, C, and D (usually numbers 3, 4, 2, and 1, respectively, depending on the court.) The square that a player gets to before anyone else immediately becomes their position in the […]

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Poetry Club – Lunch

By WA_Prep - Instructor | 2022年12月30日

Students come to share their thoughts, ideas and a few absurdities of life with other writers, observers, or just curious onlookers.  Students learn to express themselves through the many forms of poetry.  Like music, poetry allows us to express truth, passion, and honesty using special language and forms. Come read, write and celebrate the captivating […]

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Chess Club

By WA_Prep - Instructor | 2022年12月30日

The chess club combines educational and social activities. Members come to play, to learn, to teach, and to get together with old friends and make new ones. The players — no matter what their level of skill, experience, or age — speak a common language, and one that is often not understood in other areas […]

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Table Tennis Club – Lunch

By WA_Prep - Instructor | 2022年12月30日

Table Tennis is a recreational club for students who would like to learn the basic techniques and open to anyone who would like to play.

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Programming Club

By WA_Prep - Instructor | 2022年12月30日

Allows students to refine the programming skills in order to compete in different programming events. Each student can choose to work individually or as part of a team. They also get to choose what program they would like to create for entry into the programming competitions.

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