The 2019-2020 academic year represents the 100th anniversary of Lakeside School. Lakeside Magazine is marking the milestone through two special issues: a retrospective fall issue that looks back at the century that made Lakeside what it is today, and a forward-looking issue in the spring of 2020 that will explore Lakeside’s role in preparing students for the uncertainties and challenges of the school’s second century.
The fall issue feature “Lakeside Makes Its Move” – an account of the school’s pivotal (and formative) move to its current campus location in 1930 – is excerpted from the new centennial history written by Kathrine Beck and the staff of HistoryLink. Lakeside alumni and friends can purchase the richly illustrated, 232-page softcover book for $25 through the University Book Store.
The issue’s timeline history of Lakeside is drawn from the yearlong series of Instagram entries created by Leslie Schulyer, manager of the Jane Carlson Williams ’60 Archives at Lakeside. Check out the daily feed @archiveslakeside or the full timeline on the history and archives webpage.
One special Lakeside tradition featured in the fall issue is the annual “Senior Pet Day,” which has been a feel-good, stress-relieving event on the Upper School campus every spring since 1991. Seattle photographer (and current Lakeside parent) Katie M. Simmons brought her camera to the special day last June, and captured some memorable images of dogs and their owners.
Editor: Jim Collins
Writers: Knute Berger '72, Leslie Schuyler, Mike Lengel, Kathrine Beck, Ari Worthman
Alumni relations news: Kelly Poort
Art director: Carol Nakagawa
Contributing photographers: Tom Reese, Clayton Christy, Paul Dudley, Katie M. Simmons
Copy editor: Mark Watanabe
Lakeside magazine is published twice yearly, in fall and spring, by the communications office of Lakeside School. To view past issues, visit us on issuu.
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Got news? An achievement or adventure or chance meeting worth sharing? Send emails to us at email@example.com. Our spring issue deadline is Feb. 10, 2020. Photos, too. (If you send in your baby announcement and photo, we’ll outfit your little one with a Lakeside bib.) To print well, photos must be high resolution, ideally sent in digital files 1MB or larger. Thanks for sharing!