Albert Einstein Middle School 19343 3rd Ave NW, Shoreline, WA98177 Einstein Middle School, named for the Nobel Prize-winning physicist, is located in the west part of Shoreline near…More Richmond Beach. The school has a diverse group of students who are engaged in the many activities, clubs and sports the school offers. A city of Shoreline "Einstein After School" program is featured on Mondays and Thursdays. The school, founded in 1969, feeds into Shorewood High School.
King's Schools 19303 Fremont Ave N, Shoreline, WA98133 Founded in 1950, King Schools has a rich heritage. This private Christian school provides an excellent education for…More students in preschool to 12th grade.
Briarcrest Elementary School 2715 NE 158th St, Shoreline, WA98155 Briarcrest Elementary School, a neighborhood school which opened in 1954 and underwent remodeling in the 1980s and…More early 2000s, is the only two-story school in the Shoreline School District. Students are involved in the performing arts, band and orchestra. Classes for a significant number of English language learners are also offered at this racially and socio-economically diverse school. Students from neighboring cities also attend as boundary exceptions.
St. Luke School 17533 Saint Luke Pl N, Shoreline, WA98133 St. Luke School in Shoreline is ranked as one the top private Catholic schools in the state of Washington. It is built…More on community involvement, connection with the residents, and encourages muli-diversity in the close community. The school provides 6 different ethnic group programs and is proud of its continuing pursuit of diversity.
Ridgecrest Elementary School 16516 10th Ave NE, Shoreline, WA98155 Ridgecrest Elementary School was the first school in the Shoreline School District when it opened in 1948. Since then,…More Ridgecrest has undergone two remodelings to improve its facilities. Curriculum always strives to remain connected to the latest teaching methods and strategies. Ridgecrest Elementary has dedicated faculty who ensure each student receives the type of individual attention they deserve.
Echo Lake Elementary School 19345 Wallingford Ave N, Shoreline, WA98133 Echo Lake Elementary School located in the Echo Lake neighborhood in north Shoreline. It has an active Parent Teacher…More Association and partners with the Dale Turner Family YMCA to provide after school classes in subjects such as art, cooking and languages. There is a before- and after-school child care program on the campus that consists mostly of Echo Lake students. It is the second-most racially diverse school in the district. Mary Koontz and Paul Shanahan share the principal duties.
Lake Forest Park Elementary School 18500 37th Ave NE, Lake Forest Park, WA98155 Nestled among the trees of Lake Forest Park, Lake Forest Park Elementary School's history dates back to 1912 with the…More first building opening its doors in 1914. The current school is becoming more diverse with about 32 percent of the student body reporting to be racial minorities. The school is led by principal Aimee Miner who was hired in July of 2009. The average experience of teachers at the school is 12.7 years and more than 75 percent have a master's degree.
Highland Terrace Elementary School 100 N 160th St, Shoreline, WA98133 Highland Terrace Elementary School is a primary school in the Shoreline School District located in the southwest area of…More the district. Highland Terrace is a K-6 school with a dedicated staff and faculty who are genuinely concerned about helping children reach their potential from an early age. Students at Highland Terrace regularly comment on their teachers' seemingly endless drive, passion and dedication to their profession.
Shoreline Christian School offers classes from pre-K through high school and is focused on providing a faith-based…More community for young people to become educated in. Students at Shoreline Christian are afforded the attention and complete focus of their teachers and are surrounded by other students who will provide a challenging yet not competitive learning environment.
Shoreline Christian School students participate in athletics and other extra curricular activities at both the middle school and high school levels. Social education is another important element of Shoreline Christian School.
Shoreline Christian is committed to welcoming families from diverse backgrounds who ensure new students and parents are immediately considered members of the Shoreline Christian School family.
To find out more about curriculum, enrollment procedures, financial aid or with general questions contact the school's main office.
Brookside Elementary School 17447 37th Ave NE, Lake Forest Park, WA98155 Brookside Elementary School is surrounded by trees and greenery in Lake Forest Park and home to nearly 500 students in…More grades Kindergarten through 6th. An active Parent-Teacher Association holds activities and fundraisers to keep the school community engaged with sock-hops, skating parties and carnivals. An art docent program features artists in different mediums leading projects with the students. Drivers are encouraged to slow down when approaching the school as the City of Lake Forest Park's school zone cameras monitor driver speed and tickets are sent to those who go over 20 miles per hour when school is in session.
Frank B. Kellogg Middle School 16045 25th Ave NE, Shoreline, WA98155 Frank B. Kellogg Middle School opened in 1962 and moved to its current location on 25th Avenue Northeast in 1986. The…More school is named after Frank B. Kellogg, an American lawyer and diplomat, who won the Nobel Peace Prize in 1929. About 610 students attend the school which includes seventh- and eighth-graders. The school partners with the YMCA and Shoreline Parks and Recreation to feature a popular after-school program three days a week. Students can play sports, get help with homework, learn to play music, learn to write and eat snacks.