Students starting sixth and seventh grade in September 2019 will move up to middle school together because our middle schools will expand to include three years. Families with students in fifth and sixth grade now are invited to learn about middle school and ask questions at family info nights starting in January!
Highline Public Schools has changed school boundaries and feeder patterns for fall 2019. Use our on-line tool to look up your fall 2019 neighborhood schools. Learn more.
More than 600 students in fifth and sixth grade classes at five elementary schools held discussions and voiced their opinions on a mascot for Glacier Middle School this fall. Check out the mascot and the new school website--it's live!
As the planning principal for Glacier Middle School, my goal is to partner with our incoming students and families to create an amazing environment for learning and success. Here is what to expect this year as we get ready for Glacier to open in September!
Most students currently in fifth, sixth and seventh grades living in the new Beverly Park, Southern Heights, Cedarhurst, Seahurst and Hilltop service areas will attend the new Glacier Middle School in fall 2019. Don't miss the map of the Glacier service area and the exceptions.
Thanks to a construction camera on site, you can check on the progress of your new middle school every day!
Future Glacier Middle School mothers and daughters form the nucleus of a Community Advisory Team for Principal Vicki Fisher. The team will invite the larger community to engage in creating a vision and culture for the new middle school.
Sixth-grade students will take world language and arts in middle school in September. Get the early scoop on next year's program for sixth grade in middle school as details emerge.
Glacier Middle School Planning Principal Vicki Fisher met with all students in fifth and sixth grades at five elementary schools this month. Students learned about their new middle school, discussed mascots and voted.
Here is a progress report on projects big and small voters approved in the November 2016 bond.
On Wednesday, June 28, the school board adopted a new set of school boundaries within Highline Public Schools. The plan was developed by the community-led Capital Facilities Advisory Committee (CFAC). The revised boundaries will take effect fall 2019.
The community-led bond and boundary planning committee for Highline Public Schools presented a recommended set of boundary maps and a list of additional considerations at the June 6, 2018 school board meeting.
Highline school board members selected names for the two new schools on Wednesday: Glacier Middle School and Des Moines Elementary School.
A steady drizzle didn’t dampen enthusiasm as Highline Public Schools broke ground for a new middle school in SeaTac on April 4, 2018.
It’s time to name the two new schools we are building in Highline. Our naming committees want your feedback. Pick your favorite names for the new elementary school in Des Moines and the new middle school in SeaTac. Both schools will open fall 2019.
Are you wondering how the new schools are coming along, how they will be named and which students will attend? Here are some answers and ways to get involved.
We are seeking members for two school naming committees.
Here are three opportunities to get a look at the latest design work for our three new schools and talk to the architects and project staff.
The architects and design review committees will host community meetings to share progress on the early design of the new schools approved by voters last November. Your questions and feedback are important and welcome.
Community Meeting | New Middle School at Glacier
Tuesday, June 6
7:00 - 8:00 p.m.
Hilltop Elementary School cafeteria
12250 24th Avenue South, Burien
- You are invited to see the progress on schematic designs by Integrus Architecture.
- The future middle school will be located at the site of the former Glacier High School, 2450 South 142nd Street, SeaTac, WA 98168.