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Located in Sammamish, WA, Skyline serves approximately 1,975 students in grades 9-12. Read more about Our School.

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Religious and cultural days added to the ISD and school calendars are based on days that impact student learning and staff. The calendar is compiled by the Equity Department annually, and can be found on the Religion and Culture webpage*.

*This calendar does not cover all holidays that may be observed by students and students may practice the same religion differently.

Parents – Please be sure to call or email your school and excuse the absence for religious or cultural celebration related absences.

Dear Skyline Families, 

The Issaquah School District is committed to supporting our students through Positive Behavior and Social Emotional Support (PBSES). PBSES is a framework that uses evidence-based practices and multiple tiers of support to serve students through a continuum of care.  Through this framework, we work to strengthen school climate, classroom practices, and the social emotional skills of students. 

As part of our PBSES work to support students, students at Skyline High School will be asked to complete a short, 25-item Strengths and Difficulties Questionnaire (SDQ) on Feb. 8, during FlexTime.  The survey is kid-friendly and used to gain insight about individual student emotional and behavioral functioning. It identifies a child’s personal strengths as well as challenges.  

Once we have the results of the survey, we will be contacting the caregivers of students whose scores indicate high internalized stress for the first time this school year.  Additionally, student scores may be used proactively to identify supports for students.  For example, if a student reaches a particular threshold of unexcused absences, the SDQ results will be used to guide interventions to improve attendance. 

  • If you have questions about the survey, please contact Alanah Baron  
  • If you do not want your student to participate, please inform Lindsay Eberhardt in writing (an email is fine) by Feb. 4, 2022 

We want students and families to have access to support whenever it is needed.  Below are some links to connect you to support:  

  • How do I learn more about Swedish School Based Health Counselors and get connected to confidential support?   

Swedish School Based Health Counselors website

  • Who is my student's school counselor?   

Counselors are ready and willing to support you. Students connect with their counselors for a variety of reasons (depression, frustrations in relationships, anxiety, major changes in your life, planning for career/college, or decision on a plan for your classes).  

  • What resources are available in the community? 

Community Resources Directory

  • Where can I find forms translated in other languages? 

Accessing Information in Other Languages

Thank you for your partnership as we explore new ways to support the emotional health of our students.   

Sincerely, 

Alanah Baron

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all day

Religious and cultural days added to the ISD and school calendars are based on days that impact student learning and staff. The calendar is compiled by the Equity Department annually, and can be found on the Religion and Culture webpage*.

*This calendar does not cover all holidays that may be observed by students and students may practice the same religion differently.

Parents – Please be sure to call or email your school and excuse the absence for religious or cultural celebration related absences.

all day

Religious and cultural days added to the ISD and school calendars are based on days that impact student learning and staff. The calendar is compiled by the Equity Department annually, and can be found on the Religion and Culture webpage*.

*This calendar does not cover all holidays that may be observed by students and students may practice the same religion differently.

Parents – Please be sure to call or email your school and excuse the absence for religious or cultural celebration related absences.

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By the Numbers

2,218

Students enrolled in the 2020-2021 school year.

Skyline High School has established a strong academic tradition with dynamic activity programs that are well-supported by the community. Its comprehensive four-year career education program prepares students with the necessary skills and tools to successfully achieve their post-secondary career/college goals.

132

Classroom teachers in the 2019-2020 school year.

In the 2019-2020 school year, our teachers had an average of 9.1 years of experience.

57.6%

Of our teacher's have a master's degree or higher.

To find the contact information for one of our teachers or staff, visit the directory (use the menu option at the top right to access the directory).

97%

Of our students graduate in 4 years.

This data is from the 2019-2020 school year, the most recent year available from OSPI.

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School Highlights & Programs

Our students will be prepared for and eager to accept the academic, occupational, personal and practical challenges of life in a dynamic global environment.

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Meet Principal Keith Hennig

Hi, Spartan families! One of the best parts about being a principal is helping our students make a positive and measurable impact in the world. A few fun facts about me: I love all kinds of music, but mostly country. If I could only eat one food for the rest of my life, it would be Papa Pete’s Pizza from Castle Rock, Wash. On my bucket list: a trip to Australia.  

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Responsible Citizenship

Students will understand and respect their freedoms and responsibilities as members of the ISD community and global world at large. They will move forward in all aspects of their lives by applying the ethical and equitable values fostered in their education.

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Comprehensive Awareness

Students will receive extensive social-emotional support each year of their educational career. In addition, they will learn life skills to support all aspects of their growth, including collaboration, goal setting, physical health, creativity, and resilience.

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