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From the Desk of the Principal

Posted on April 17, 2014

Enjoy Easter Break

GeorgeHofbauerWe are finishing Lent, which in my humble opinion, is the most sacred period of the year for all Christians. The culmination is found in the Triduum — these final days. It ends with the Resurrection. Sometimes, individuals and institutions experience their own walk up Calvary and even the Crucifixion, but there is always the possibility of Resurrection which makes it all worthwhile. With that in mind, I pray that each of you experiences — personal resurrection. I pray that the school and church community experiences personal resurrection, and I hope we are able to bring that feeling and message into the world. It may be as simple as a smile on the face, an attitude of gratitude, and “paying it forward”. Who knows — you may change the world!

Preschool Survey Results

The Preschool survey results have been tabulated. I interpret them as being very positive. Potentially there could have been 31 responses. We received 26. Not everyone responded to every question. I have always found that if people are upset or concerned with something they make sure they respond with the hope of promoting positive change. I also think that a response rate of 50% or more is really good and offers a real picture of where perceptions and families are. I just state that so you are aware of my personal framework in reviewing this type of material. With that in mind — I consider the following data to be exceptionally positive. I thank everyone who took the time to respond.

How would you rate the indoor space/facilities?
Excellent 53.8%
Good 46.2%
Adequate or Insufficient no responses
How would you rate the outdoor space/facilities?
Excellent 26.9%
Good 61.5%
Adequate 11.5%
Insufficient no responses
Communication Via Weekly Letter, Emails, etc.?
Excellent 84.6% 22 people
Good 11.5% 3 people
Adequate 3.8% 1 person
Insufficient no responses
Opportunities for parent volunteering?
Excellent 50% 13 people
Good 46.2% 12 people
Adequate no responses
Insufficient 3.8% 1 person
How would you rate take-home activities, projects and homework?
Excellent 38.5% 10 people
Good 53.8% 14 people
Adequate 3.8% 1 person
Insufficient 3.8% 1 person
Since attending Holy Rosary Preschool has your mass attendance…
Increased 34.6% 9 people
Remained about the same 65.4% 17 people
Decreased no responses
How has attending Holy Rosary preschool affected your sense of connection to the greater Parish community?
We feel more connected 64.5% 17 people
It is about the same 34.6% 9 people
Our family is less connected no responses
Which classroom does your child attend?
Pre3/4 Teacher Meg 34.6% 9 people out of 16
PreK Teacher Tauna 65.4% 17 people out of 18
The best part of Teacher Meg’s class has been:
Faith Formation 20% 2 people
Literacy/Pre Reading/ABC’s 40% 4 people
Social & Emotional skills/friendship building opportunities 30% 3 people
Math Concepts 0%
Centers/Free Choice 10% 1 person
Art Projects 0%
The amount of academic focus in ¾ (Teacher Meg’s) class is:
Too much 0
Just right 90% 9 people
Not Enough 10% 1 person
The amount of arts/music focus in ¾ (Teacher Meg’s) class is:
Too much 10% 1 person
Just Right 90% 9 people
Not enough 0
The amount of social/emotional focus and playtime in ¾ (Teacher Meg’s) class is:
Too much 0
Just Right 100% 10 people
The amount of faith formation focus in Teacher Meg’s class is:
Just Right 100% 10 people
What program components would you like to see expanded or improved upon in Teacher Meg’s class?
Literacy/Pre Reading/ABS’s 42.9% 3 people
Handwriting 28.6% 2 people
Math concepts 28.6% 2 people
Art/Music 28.6% 2 people
The best part of PreK (Teacher Tauna’s) program has been:
Faith Formation 18.8% 3 people
Literacy/Pre3-reading/ABC’s 68.8% 11 people
Social and Emotional/skills and friendship/ building opportunities 12.5% 2 people
The amount of academic focus in PreK (Teacher Tauna’s class) is:
Just Right 93.8% 15 people
Not enough 6.3% 1 person
The amount of Music/Art focus in PreK (Teacher Tauna’s) class is:
Just Right 100% 16 people
The amount of social/emotional focus and playtime in PreK (Teacher Tauna’s Class) is:
Just right 100% 16 people
The amount of faith formation focus in PreK (Teacher Tauna’s class) is:
Just right 100% 16 people
What program components would you like to see improved upon in the PreK (Teacher Tauna’s) class?
Faith Formation 28.6% 2 people
Literacy/Pre Reading ABC 71.4% 5 people
Handwriting 28.6% 2 people
Social and Emotional skills friendship building 42.9% 3 people
Math Concepts 42.9% 3 people
Centers/ Free choice 0%
Art/Music 28.6% 2 people

Talent Show

This year’s Talent Show will be held on Friday May 16th in Lanigan Gym. Students in grades K - 4 will be performing at 9:30AM. Students in the Upper Grades will be performing at 1:30PM. Make sure you mark this down for yourself. You do not want to miss it!

Mrs. Heuer is the coordinator for the event. Permission slips for those who wish to participate should be turned into the main office between 8:15 and 8:25 in the morning. They will be collected every day. The deadline to turn in permission slips will be April 29th.

Auction Fund-An-Item

At the School Commission meeting last week, there was some discussion concerning the Fund-An-Item. It was thought that some may not have really understood what it was for. A Commission member suggested that I write something to help explain the Fund-An-Item. That is the purpose of this article.

As I have written before, this year’s budget has $2,440,540 coming in from tuition and fees. The cost for salaries and benefits for our employees this year comes to $2,749,000. The Annual Fund will hopefully cover $60,000 of that difference, and, if the Fund-An-Item generates the $56,000 that was bid, it will generate that to help with this shortfall. That is all for this year’s budget. It does not completely cover it, but it is a good start, and a much better reality than last year. This scenario is one of the reasons our tuition increase for next year is a little above the norm.

It may be that some thought we were going to give a year-end bonus to all of our staff with the Fund-An-Item money. It also seems there were others who thought that we were going to use this money to pay for the positions we are cutting for next year. Neither of these is stated in the Fund-An-Item description. Neither of these was ever stated as the intent. We are just trying to pay our bills.

If, however, anyone did not or does not understand the purpose of the Fund-An-Item and they bidded on it, I would simply ask you to contact either Kamila or myself and we will refund that money.

That is no problem. We certainly do not want anyone to have given money in a way they did not want it to be used.

It was a wonderfully successful auction, and we do not want any misunderstandings to take away from that reality in any way. Everything so many of you did to make it such a wonderful event is deeply appreciated. More people attended the auction this year than last year. It was a very festive evening. Again, a BIG THANKS to so many who did so much for all the children in the school.

Centennial Celebration Mass & Reception

CentennialLogo-WhiteBgMark it down on your calendar now. We will be closing our Centennial year with a year-end Centennial celebration on Sunday, May 4, 2013. Archbishop Sartain will be here to celebrate the 11:30 mass with us. Immediately following we will have long-time Principal Kris Brown here to open the time capsule she buried twenty five years ago. Our Pastor, Father Madigan, will be replacing it with a new time capsule that will be opened in fifty years. The contents we recover from our old capsule will be immediately placed on display in the Lanigan Gym at the reception immediately following the ceremony. So make sure you head on over to the gym for the celebration. Complimentary refreshments will be provided. Present parents, students, parishioners, alum and staff will all be there. Come and renew old friendships. Come one! Come all!

In-Parish Tuition

Families who are new to the school, those who have a child in first grade now and going into second grade next year, and finally those who are in seventh grade at the present time and going into eighth grade, have been asked to fill out a form and bring it over to the parish office stating that they are members of the Parish. These then must be approved by parish staff before in-parish tuition status is certified. The reason for this in grades 2 and eight of next year is because of First Communion and pastoral approval for Catholic High School entrance. Rather than a confusing last minute rush to address these things during the school year it was thought that this approach would prove to be better.

If you have lost your form , you can find extras in the main office and in the registrar’s office. You will only receive a notification or response on this if it has been decided that you are not a parishioner. Your tuition will immediately be switched to “out-of-parish”. If that is the case, and you wish to discuss it, you would have to make an appointment with the Pastor.

Math Update

This year brought about a huge change in the math program with the implementation of a curriculum that is based on the Common Core standards. The teachers have been pleased with the incremental approach to teaching the standards, and it allows us to cover more than we ever have before. As a 5th-8th grade math teacher, I get to see exactly what the students need as they progress through each grade level. It has been so exciting to see how prepared the students will be for the next grade level. Many of the concepts that are now being taught in 6th grade with the new program used to be introduced in 8th grade with our old program! Teachers are very proud of the students’ great effort this year to rise to the challenge.

We now have a math program that is built on the Common Core, we have adopted a new language arts program that is aligned with these same standards, and we look to follow with the other core subjects. This makes the need for a standardized test that is standards-based the next logical step. Since the ITBS tests are older tests, several of the concepts covered in these tests are not part of the new Common Core. We are aware that the test scores this year may not be the best indicator of student learning. As a result, we plan to join many other Archdiocesan schools in making the switch next year to the updated form of the IOWA standardized test to better reflect the updated standards.

- George

CentennialInvite_04_03_14Our Centennial Celebration!

A Beacon of Light to the Community for 100 Years!


You are warmy invited to join current and former students and staff along with the parish community of Holy Rosary in celebrating mass in honor of the Centennial Year of Holy Rosary School with Archbishop J. Peter Sartain on Sunday, May 4 at 11:30 AM. Reception follows in Lanigan Gym. RSVP by April 30th with number attending to .

Volunteer Opportunities

Become a part of this historic event in our community! There are many opportunities for students and parents to participate. Please follow this link to sign up.



Tax Fraud/Data Breach

Latest Update from the Archdiocese

Posted on April 14, 2014

The Archdiocese has issued a Leadership Update on the status of the tax fraud/data breach issue. You can download it here (PDF).

We have added this information into our dedicated page on the breach.


Parking Alert!

Posted on April 17, 2014

StopSignThe Seattle police requested that we remind families that cars will be ticketed for stopping in the red zone before the crosswalk, even if you don't leave your car. By law, the crosswalks must have a certain amount of clearance for safety reasons. They will begin ticketing after the Easter break with no exceptions. Thank you for adhering to these guidelines.


Auction News

Posted on April 17, 2014


Auction Parties Are Still Open!

  • Your child won’t want to miss this end of the year DANCE and PIZZA PARTY!!!
    Parents… you get a night to yourselves, while your kids learn moves to today’s hit music! The evening will be taught by Dawn Holmes and Angel Sorensen of SunDance!
    Pizza and Juice will be provided.
    Fill out the attached flyer (PDF) and save your spot(s) today!
    Download the Dance Party Flyer (PDF).
  • Centennial Mexican Fiesta at the Vellings
    100 (people) for 100 (years)
    Still space for 15 couples - $100 per couple
    Saturday, May 17th, 6 P.M. at the Velling Residence
    Download the Mexican Fiesta Flyer (PDF).

Send your RSVPs (PDF) and checks into the school office. An envelope is set up in the office already. Questions regarding the parties? Please contact .

Teachers’ Favorite Books - 2nd chance to order!

Matilda-BookThe_Kissing_Hand-BookCharlottes_Web-BookAt the silent auction we had a new and special table featuring 24 different book titles. These precious titles were chosen by each teacher as one of their favorite books. We had a sample of each on display at the auction and parents were able to pre-order a copy or as many as they wanted.

How it works:

  1. Fill out the this order form (PDF).
  2. Send a check made out to Holy Rosary into the school office
  3. Wait a couple of weeks
  4. Each book will be signed and dedicated to the child of your choice or the whole family

Each book is $25.

These would make great year-end presents!

The “Junior high Set” would make a perfect 8th grade graduation present!

All forms must be returned by April 30th

Questions email Kamila Kennedy .


Father/Daughter Glow Bowl Pictures

Posted on April 17, 2014

GlowBowlingBallFather Daughter glow bowl pictures are going home today. Please check your daughter’s backpacks.


Talent Show Permission Slips in Office

Posted on April 10, 2014

The annual HRS Talent Show is coming up on Friday, May 16th! We are looking forward to seeing all of the students sharing their talents with our school. Permission slips are now in the office, so pick one up today! Please make sure to read the directions carefully and turn in completed and signed slips to the office in the morning between 8:15 and 8:25. Group acts need to turn in their slips together. Try to get the permission slips in before the Easter holiday! The final turn-in day is Tuesday, April 29th. Thank you!


The Drama Elective Presents Cinderella

Posted on April 3, 2014

May 7th & 8th

HRDramaElectiveThe 7th/8th Grade Drama Elective invites you to enjoy their fantastic rendition of Cinderella! We have been working since December to bring this production to you and I promise the acting, costumes, dancing, music, and set design will not disappoint!

Performances take place Wednesday, May 7th and Thursday, May 8th both at 7 pm in the School Hall. Tickets are free so bring as many friends/family members you’d like!

We look forward to wowing you!

- Mrs. Carlsen & the 7/8 Drama Elective.


Lenten Outreach

Holy Thursday Outreach Day

Posted on April 10, 2014

On Holy Thursday, classes will undertake these Lenten outreach projects:

  • Kindergarten: money to Uganda, Sock/Booties to Westside Baby, food to St. Vincent de Paul
  • 1A: money to West Seattle/White Center Food Banks, Socks/Booties to Westside Baby, food to St. Vincent.
  • 1B: money to Rice Bowl, Socks/Booties to Westside Baby, food to St. Vincent de Paul
  • 2nd Grade: money to Uganda, clothing to Francis House, food St. Vincent de Paul
  • 3rd Grade: money to Uganda, diapers to Westside Baby, food to St. Vincent de Paul
  • 4th Grade: money, food and all other donations to St. Vincent de Paul
  • 5th Grade: money to Uganda, canned food St. Vincent de Paul
  • 6th Grade: money to Uganda, canned food St. Vincent de Paul
  • 7th Grade: money and school supplies Catholic Community Services Youth Tutoring Program
  • 8th Grade: money and school supplies Catholic Community Services Youth Tutoring Program


Available Parent Club Board Positions

Posted on April 10, 2014

The Parents Club Board (PCB) is currently looking for two actively involved parents to join the Board next year. These individuals should have a passion for the Holy Rosary community and time to devote to participating in and promoting our activities. Each term is for two years (with a third year option) beginning on July 1, 2014.

We are seeking a Vice President (this person will automatically become President the following year) and a Passive Fundraising Coordinator. The Passive Fundraising Coordinator is a new position for 2014/2015 school year.

Please see the full job descriptions and instructions for applying under through this link if you are interested.

Our final Parents Club meeting of the year will be on May 14.


School Commission


School Commission Openings

Posted on April 17, 2014

The Holy Rosary School Commission has 3 openings for at-large members. Terms for this position are four years and start in the 2014-15 school year. This is an opportunity to provide a voice for all Holy Rosary parents, and to be a leader in your school community.

The School Commission is an advisory group that works with the principal and pastor on policy-related issues. Examples of ongoing issues on which the School Commission collaborates are the school budget, including fundraising, health and wellness, technology, and the school’s strategic plan. The School Commission does not make decisions that affect day-to-day operations of the school. It also does not make decisions regarding academic curricula - that is the responsibility of the principal and his staff. The entire committee meets once monthly (typically on the first Thursday of every month during the school year) and each member serves on one or two subcommittees. Subcommittee work is done outside of the regular meeting.


Parish News

The Greatest Unopened Gift: A 3-Week Series

Posted on April 17, 2014

Holy Rosary Catholic Church is hosting a 3-week series titled The Greatest Unopened Gift: Connecting Parents & Children to the Gift of Faith Life and their Church Community with speaker Dr. Tom Curran. The series will take place on three, consecutive Monday evenings, beginning April 28th from 7:00 - 8:30pm in the Church. This event is FREE and everyone is invited, especially parents. Refreshments will be served.


How well do you understand your Faith? Does your Faith give your life meaning and fulfilment on a daily basis? The truth is that life-changing treasures in the Catholic Church have remained “buried” for many Catholics. So buried, in fact, that the Scriptures, the sacraments, the lives of saints and the teachings of the Church can have little relevance for our daily lives.

In this three-week series, Dr. Tom Curran will open your eyes to the treasures available to you in the Catholic Church in a way that is faithful, dynamic and easy to understand. These talks will help your faith COME ALIVE as you encounter the truth and love of God revealed by Christ in the Church. Come and discover what you have been missing. Come and discover the gift of Faith. You and your family will benefit for eternity.

Topics include:

  • Monday, April 28th - The Mass: A Place to Encounter Jesus, Your Living Lord
  • Monday, May 5th - Confession: An Opportunity to Heal Your Life
  • Monday, May 12th - Living the Catholic Life of Faith: How to Bring Your Faith ALIVE on a Daily Basis


Childcare is provided. Please RSVP to Patrick Barredo in the Parish Office at 206-937-1488.

Who is Dr. Tom Curran

Dr. Tom Curran is the Director of My Catholic Faith Ministries, a non-profit ministry dedicated to helping Catholics understand, explore and live out their faith more deeply. Host of the local radio program Sound Insight, Tom can be heard at 8 am every Mon - Fri, on Sacred Heart Radio, 1050 AM. Dr. Curran is the author the best selling book The Mass: Four Encounters With Jesus That Will Change Your Life as well as the second book in the series, Confession: Five Sentences That Will Heal Your Life. He is a popular speaker at Catholic events around the archdiocese and the country, speaking to more than 300,000 Catholics in 30 states and 6 countries in the past decade. Tom holds a Ph.D. in Theology from Catholic University in Washington DC. He lives in Federal Way, WA with his wife and their nine children.



Posted on April 17, 2014

ChristArisenFor many of us Easter can take a lifetime. Have we taken wrong paths, held unnecessary grudges, resisted God’s grace time and time again in our life? Have we come to accept that God can bring life out of death? We learn that similar to winter, our life challenges can seem cold and dark and yet as adults we have faith that through God’s love and grace spring will come again. This is our grown-up lived experience of the mystery of Easter-Jesus, who died a shameful death on the cross, is raised to new life by his loving Father.

Children do not have those life experiences, but they do have the close-up and joyous experience of people and nature around them. This Easter build upon your child’s appreciation of the beauty of spring by continuing to celebrate with them in weekly Mass through the Easter Season. The Easter Season lasts 50 days culminating in the celebration of Pentecost. Through the Easter Season we will see our beautiful church come alive like the earth outside. Not only does the church decor change from the darker seriousness of Lent into Easter glory, but our parish is renewed by the celebration of Sacraments.

Just as you would direct your child to look at the popcorn-umbrella of beautiful cherry blossoms on a tree; in church show your child signs of Easter Season—Symbols of sacramental celebrations in the parish: the community, the bubbling water of the baptism font, the holy oils that seal and bless, and banners of the 1st Communicants hanging on the walls. These little experiences build into bigger experiences that give your child a foundation for a lifetime of appreciating the gift of faith and the meaning of Easter.

Congratulations to our Neophytes: Olivia P., Gabriel K., Eric C., and Emmy L., who received the Sacraments of Baptism, 1st Eucharist, and Confirmation at the Easter Vigil.


Holy Week Schedule

Updated on April 10, 2014

  • Holy Thursday, April 17
    • Mass of the Lord’s Supper at 7pm
  • Good Friday, April 18
    • Stations of the Cross at 10:30am and 3pm
    • Celebration of the Lord’s Passion at 7pm
  • Holy Saturday, April 19
    • The Easter Vigil Mass at 8:30pm
  • Easter Sunday, April 20
    • Masses at 7:30am (NOT 8am), 9:30am, 11:30am (NO 5pm Mass)


CYO News

8th Grade Boys Volleyball Team Wins Title!

The 8th grade boys volleyball team won the championship game! Congratulations to our 8th grade boys volleyball team for bringing home the winning trophy!


Yo, Gator Parents!!!

Posted on April 17, 2014

You’ve bought your adult Gator Gear, now come show it off, along with your softball skills.

Come play adult, co-ed softball for Holy Rosary this summer.

Games will be on either Tuesday or Thursday nights, once a week for 8 games starting in June. There is a super fun one day tournament at the end around the middle of August.

Please with interest or questions.


CYO Track: Running Shoes for the Entire School & Parish

Updated on April 17, 2014

This year, I am opening up the Brooks Shoe Sale to all families from Holy Rosary. There will be a Brooks Truck at Hiawatha on April 17th at 5 PM May 1 at 6PM (rescheduled because of inclement weather) with a huge selection of Adrenaline (best selling running shoes) and Cascadia (trail shoes) at extremely discounted prices.

Please feel free to come and join in on the sale with our Holy Rosary track team. We are excited for a great season. There will be adult and kids sizes approximately 4-1/2 to size 5 for kids and above.

with queries or text 206-941-1399.

All meets are in May 3, 10, 17, and 24th. 8th grade Pentathlon is May 11th.

Track is for 4th grade through 8th only. All meets are approx 4 hours in duration. Each participant runs one event (sprint or distance, not both) and is encouraged to compete in a field event. Most athletes run a relay in addition. This is primarily why the meets may take a long time for your participant… Think of swim meets.

, Head Track Coach.


Community Notices

Tryouts: Competitive-Level Soccer

Posted on April 17, 2014

Highline Premier FC is the official Premier Development program of the Highline Soccer Association (West Seattle Soccer Club and Highline Soccer Club) and the next step for players looking for a year-round soccer experience. Come check out our Open Session and your player can train with our teams (coached by professional coaches). During this time, Highline Premier FC leadership will be available if you have any questions.

Open Sessions scheduled for April 28th at Delridge Playfield, North:

  • U8-U12 (‘06 -‘02) will run from 6:00pm to 7:30pm
  • U13-U18 (‘01 -‘96) will run from 7:30pm to 9:00pm

*Delridge Playfield is located at 4555 Delridge Way SW, Seattle, WA (West Seattle)

Tryout Dates:

  • U8-U10 (‘06 -‘04) April 29th - May 1st
  • U11 & U12 (‘03 &’02) May 2nd - May 4th
  • U13-U15 (‘01-‘99) May 9th - May 11th
  • High School Girls (‘96, ‘97, ‘98) May 16th - May 18th
  • High School Boys, please contact

Highline Premier FC offers:

  • Competition in Regional Club League and US Club Puget Sound Premier League
  • Professional training by licensed coaches
  • Training three times a week
  • Developmental curriculum delivered by coach-educators
  • Player-centric development delivered with individual player roadmaps and flexibility in player movement
  • Club Academy with Coerver Coaching NW, world’s #1 soccer skills methods
  • Dedicated Goalkeeper training
  • College Summer Camp Opportunities for Older Ages

Times and Locations are posted on our website:, Tryout tab on top of page.


Catholic Schools Robotics Extravaganza

Posted on April 10, 2014

The Robots are coming—let the craziness begin!!

This year’s Extravaganza is just exploding with fun! Get this — we’ll have lava bombs, slingshots, catapults, and more! A 2 foot long Kraken monster, dueling 18” robots, and two giant ball flinging competition bots at 120lbs each! The bomb disposal robot, a programming station, and special surprises, one after another. They’ll be tossing, launching, flipping, popping, and throwing things all over the place!!!

Plus, it’s free!!!

If you have kids of any age who are interested in crazy applications of science, this is the place to be! It will be a morning of wild science, robots, and things that fly through the air…. Hardhats and safety goggles optional.

Catholic Schools Robotics Extravaganza
Saturday, May 3rd, 9am-11am
Seattle Prep Gym
Free!!! All ages welcome.


Summer Camps

Sign Up For CYO Catholic Summer Camp Today!

Posted on April 10, 2014

2014-04-10-CYO-Camps-thumbSummer camp is more than just eating s’mores, swimming in the pool, and exploring the woods. Camp is about transforming lives through programs rooted in Catholic tradition and personal encounters with Jesus Christ. Lessons in problem solving, team work and the Catholic faith are taught through fun hands on games and high adventure activities. Camp sessions are available for 1st Grade through Seniors in High School and even two opportunities for family camp! Visit, call 206-382-4591, or .



Lee’s Martial Arts

Posted on March 20, 2014

Just a reminder there are only a few days left to take advantage of the early bird special for these camps! It expires March 31st.

Lee’s Martial Arts (West Seattle) is offering TWO summer camps this year!

The dates are as follows:

  • June 23rd- June 27th (9am-3:30)
  • July 21st - July 25th (9am-3:30)

*Doors open at 8:45am; After camp care is also available.

These camps have been the favorite of kids for over a decade!

The camp includes:

Tae Kwon Do, Board breaking Acting class, Bowling party, Ice cream social, Kickboxing, Kids self defense, Fire safety, Dodge ball, Korean Speaking and much,much more!!

Early Bird Special Discounts Are Available!!

  • April 1st - May 31st - $250
  • June 1st - Camp date - $275

Please call or come to the office to register your child. Space is limited and these camps fill up quickly!

Thank you very much!

Instructors Lisa and Joe Skvarla
LMA West Seattle
(206) 938-3375

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Summer Prep 2014 at Seattle Prep

Posted on March 6, 2014

Inspiring Camps for Middle School Students

We are now registering middle school students for a variety of athletic, co-curricular, and academic enrichment camps. Check us out at Feel free to pass on the link to friends and family that are looking for awesome summer experiences for their middle school student. If you have questions or wish to inquire about tuition scholarship opportunities, please email or call (206) 324-0400.


A Child Becomes Summer Camps

Posted on February 27, 2014

A Child Becomes Summer Camps, a favorite West Seattle summer activity for almost 17 years now, are now on the website. This year offers camps for 3, 4 and 5 years as well as camps for 6 to 10 years. Check out some fabulous new themes from art to geocaching to learning the Hula and more.


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