Founded in 1967, The Overlake School offers a rigorous college preparatory program of academics, athletics, fine and performing arts and outdoor education, and is committed to fostering diversity, excellence, responsibility, intellectual curiosity and a compassionate community.
Senior culminating project required. 2012-2013 offerings: Advanced Placement classes: 14; honors courses: six. Languages taught: French, Latin, Mandarin Chinese, Spanish. Project Week each spring gives all students opportunities to learn in the field. Service Learning, both local community service and Global Service in Cambodia and Uruguay, is another important program. Competitive and recreational sports offered, plus a ski bus in winter. Interscholastic sports include basketball, baseball (boys), cross country, golf, lacrosse, soccer, tennis, Ultimate and volleyball (girls). A wide range of creative and performing arts options are offered, including concert choir, chamber choir, orchestra, concert and jazz bands; dance; performing arts workshop, musical theater, stagecraft and video production; photography, graphic design, drawing, painting, sculpture and metalworking.
Facilities: 13 school buildings: the state-of-the-art Technology Language Center and William C. Armstrong Humanities Building, the Francisco J. Grijalva 5th & 6th Grade Center, a renovated and expanded Campus Center, a visual and performing arts center, two gyms, tennis courts and year-round athletic field. Transportation: available through on-campus bus fleet. All situated on a 75 acre campus including pastures, wetlands and forests. Outdoor classroom, fitness course and equipment, hiking/running trails and outdoor sculpture gallery.
Overlake is committed to increasing green practices. A dedicated "green team" provides leadership on improvements and retrofits.
Supplemental programs: Annual Distinguished Lecturer, Writer's Symposium (author visit) and new visiting experts series.
Financial aid available, including selective Malone Scholarship program and Gibson Diversity Scholarship.
Admission Phone: (425) 868-6191 x 617 Fax: (425) 868-5771. Admission contact: Lou Sabino School programs, admissions testing, and financial aid assessment.
ThuOct21SAGA School Open House 2021-20226:00 PM to 7:30 PMSeattle Area German American School (SAGA) 11010 Greenwood Ave N Seattle, WA 98133The SAGA School, a German immersion preschool through elementary school,is excited to announce its Open House series for the 2021-22 School Year.
Join us in person (following COVID health and safety protocols) to learn about the school and our programs. This is a great opportunity to meet some of the SAGA Staff and visit our classrooms. Children are welcome to attend.
If you would like to receive an invitation to the Open House, please RSVP HERE
SatOct23Villa Academy Open House12:00 PM to 2:00 PM5001 NE 50th St, Seattle WA 98105Join us at Villa's Open House on Sat, October 23, 2021 from 12:00-2:00pm. This event will be held on-campus for prospective families exploring Preschool Age 3- Grade 8 at Villa Academy. Please online register for this event through Ravenna or email email@example.com if you have any questions.