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13510 1st Avenue NE
Seattle, WA 98125-3099
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Seattle, WA 98125-3099
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|USA Today interviews cross-country champ Andrea M.|
USA Today High School Sports interviews senior Andrea M., who just won her second state cross country title, about her running mates, training, and why she doesn’t set time goals. Read the Q&A with Andrea
posted on King5.com.
|Student photographer featured in Tacoma Art Museum, KING 5 interview|
Akshaya A. '17 was interviewed on KING TV’s New Day Northwest
on Thursday, September 11 as part of a feature on the Washington State High School Photography exhibit. Akshaya’s photograph is currently featured in the Community Art space Tacoma Art Museum until September 28.Watch the interview here
|Ethics Bowl team captures award in state's first competition|
Lakeside sent two teams to Washington state's first ever high-school Ethics Bowl, where they captured the Spirit of Ethics award. Read more about it in The Seattle Times
|Charlotte Blessing on global service|
Director of Global Education Blessing talks about helping teens plan a global service trip in an article in ParentMap
|60 Minutes features Lakeside and Bill Gates '73|
|Making waves with the flipped classroom|
Languages department head Lupe Fisch was quoted in a recent article describing flipped classrooms. Check out the full article at MyNorthwest.com
|Boys Basketball recognized by The Seattle Times|The Seattle Times published an article
detailing the recent success of our boys basketball team. Click the link above to read it.
|TechStars lauds Lakeside students|Blog
features students' involvement in entrepreneurship through microinternships.
|Local site features Lakeside football|
The football website Northwest Elite Index wrote a story
featuring our Lions.
|Lakeside senior blogs for The New York Times|Thanh-Tran N. '13 is one of eight high-school seniors around the world selected by The New York Times to blog about their college searches in "The Envelope, Please."
|41 Lakesiders named National Merit semifinalists|
The National Merit Scholarship Corp. has announced this year's semifinalists in its academic competition and 41 Lakeside students have been named. The list is available with the story by The Seattle Times
|Student featured as GeekWire Geek of the Week|
Freshman Archana S. '14 is featured as GeekWire's Geek of the Week. Read up on her work with Circle of Women on this page
|Julie Weed on getting kids into programming|
The Seattle Times published a piece by Lakeside parent Julie Weed on the ways to and benefits of getting kids interested in computer programming. Click here
to read the whole story.
|Kristina Peterson talks about innovation in science education|
Middle School science teacher Kristina Peterson was recently interviewed for an MSNBC article about classes incorporating innovation into their curricula. Click here
to read the story.
|Lauren Bricker named GeekWire's Geek of the Week|
Our own computer science teacher Lauren Bricker was named "Geek of the Week" by GeekWire. Click here
to read through her interview.
|GSL featured in NAIS Spotlight on Innovation|
Lakeside's Global Service Learning program was featured in the first of a new series from the National Association of Independent Schools, titled "Spotlight on Innovation." Click here
to read more on the NAIS website.
|Michael Nachbar interviewed by NAIS|
Kitty Thuermer of the National Association of Independent Schools recently sat down with Michael Nachbar to talk about the Global Online Academy. Read an excerpt from her interview at this link
|Chorale and Merissa Reed highlighted on KIRO|
KIRO FM featured a performance by the Lakeside School Chorale led by Phyllis Byrdwell, and an interview with Lakeside teacher Merissa Reed, talking about Lakeside's service learning work with Treehouse. Listen to the broadcast at this link
|Online Academy on KING 5|
KING 5 featured Global Online Academy, including interviews with its director, Michael Nachbar, and Lakeside teacher Jake Clapp. Find the link here
|2012 National Merit semifinalists |
The Seattle Times
reports 31 Lakeside students are National Merit Scholarship semifinalists, the most of any local school. See the story here
|Summer School sharks |The Seattle Times
ran a cool photo gallery
of kids dissecting sharks in the Lakeside Summer School camp "Form Follows Function."
|2011 National Merit Scholarship winners |The Seattle Times
reports 12 of 54 state winners are Lakesiders. The award is based on academic record and communitiy activities.
|Coach Tavio Hobson featured |The Seattle Times
highlights Lakeside basketball coach's youth program of academics, athletics and civic engagement. Read it here
|Doug Porter Hall of Fame |The Seattle Times
recounts Doug Porter '80's induction in the 2011 WIAA Hall of Fame. Read it here
|T.J. Vassar interviewed by KING 5|KING 5 News
KING 5 ran a story on January 17 about T.J. and his efforts to promote diversity at Lakeside and in education. Click above to take a look.
|Chess Team's skill noted in Seattle Metropolitan Magazine|Seattle Metropolitan Magazine
The Lakeside Chess Team, along with coach (and calculus teacher) Siva Sankrithi, nabbed some well-deserved credit in Seattle Met this month. Check out the story at the above link.
|Chrissie Coxon '03 lifts a struggling West Seattle school|THE SEATTLE TIMES
Alumna Chrissie Coxon '03 is working with federal grant money to raise performance at a struggling school in West Seattle. Read the full story from The Seattle Times
by clicking the link above.
|Rob Burgess making a wish come true|THE SEATTLE TIMES
Drama teacher and maintenance Assistant Foreman Rob Burgess took part in a project for the Make-A-Wish Foundation on Thursday, helping make a young man a super hero for a day.
|She "learned everything she knows at Lakeside"|YOUTUBE
Seattle Channel's Tom Speer profiles former Lakeside teacher and Seattle Children's Theatre Artistic Director Linda Hartzell.
|Smart Empathy|INDEPENDENT SCHOOL MAGAZINE
Lakeside's Family Support Program was highlighted in the magazine of the National Association of Independent Schools (NAIS). Jamie Asaka, program coordinator, explains how Lakeside is strengthened by family support services.
|How a popular Seattle writer was labeled an anti-white racist|CROSSCUT.ORG
An article about Po Bronson '82, and his September visit to campus. Written by former faculty member, Judy Lightfoot.
|National Merit Semifinalists Announced|SEATTLE TIMES
Lakeside leads the Puget Sound region in students achieving National Merit semifinalist status, with 28 semifinalists.
|See Baby Discriminate|NEWSWEEK MAGAZINE
Po Bronson, class of 1982 and the 2009 Ayrault Memorial Endowed Lecture speaker, writes about how kids as young as 6 months judge others based on skin color, and what parents can do about it.
|Se Habla Technology|THE JOURNAL - Transforming Education Through Technology
LAKESIDE SCHOOL, a Seattle-area private school for grades 5 to 12, counts several technological pioneers among its alumni base, including Microsoft Chairman Bill Gates, so it would be natural to assume that the campus resides
at the cutting edge of technology. And yet it does not have a language lab. But that in itself goes to show just how cutting-edge the school is.
|Minority scholars program reaps first crop of graduates|SEATTLE TIMES
Rainier Scholars, a nonprofit Seattle program that began seven years ago to help low-income minority children get into top schools, is now sending all 40 graduates of its inaugural class off to four-year colleges — including such prestigious institutions as Dartmouth and Smith.
|Lakeside School couples global travel, education|SEATTLE TIMES
Inside a small adobe home in a remote Peruvian mountain town, with one bed for a family of six and about 70 guinea pigs roaming the floor, Nick Dykstra, a senior at Seattle's exclusive Lakeside School, knew he wasn't in the land of privileged American teenagers anymore.
Carey Quan Gelernter was a reporter and editor for more than 30 years, most of them at The Seattle Times, before coming to Lakeside this August. She had many jobs during her tenure at The Times, from features reporter to editor of special sections such as the College Guide; Footprint, the paper's environmental quarterly magazine; and Gender: F, a magazine aimed at young women. She has a bachelor's degree in Modern Society and Social Thought (or 'Mod Soc" -- hey, it was the '70s) from U.C. Santa Cruz and a master's degree in journalism from U.C. Berkeley. She lives in the Rainier Valley with husband Jerry Large, a columnist at The Seattle Times, and 17-year-old son Tao, a senior at The Northwest School.
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