Our community invested in building schools. Keep track of our progress here... 
Here is a progress report on projects big and small voters approved in the November 2016 bond.

Get the latest news and status on:
  • 4 School construction projects
  • 3 School design projects
  • 13 New elementary classrooms
  • 2 Safety & security upgrade projects (locks + video surveillance)
  • 29 Critical needs projects
Hint: Summer was for painting and roofing at a school near you. Also, we had to make a new schedule for safety & security upgrades to ensure vendor selection meets requirements. Find out which schools we will be designing starting in 2019.


You could be one of 40 parents and residents working to recommend a five, 10 and 15-year plan for building new schools in Highline.

Enter the lottery for open seats on our Capital Facilities Advisory Committee.

"We invite families and residents from across the district to work together on a long-range facilities plan. Community leadership is the key to meeting students' needs with safe and modern learning spaces," Chief Operations Officer Scott Logan said.

"We appreciate and depend on our parents and community members--who volunteer many hours of service--to lead the way."



Info & FAQ
Thank you for your involvement and support as we adjust school boundaries, expand middle school to include 6th grade and open new schools! 


Have a question that hasn't been answered yet? Email us.




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