Lake Washington High School PTSA Newsletter
May 20, 2015 | Issue 18     
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Today! Coffee with Christina
Wednesday, May 20, 9-10am, College & Career Center
Tomorrow! Legislative Wrap-Up - Brown Bag Lunch
Thursday, May 21, 12-1pm, LWSD Resource Center 

Tomorrow! Girls' Soccer Parent & Player Info Mtg
Thursday, May 21, 7:30pm, LW Library

No School - LEAP Day
Friday, May 22

No School - Memorial Day
Monday, May 25 

Senior Salute Artist Submissions Deadline
Thursday, May 28, Room 379

Re-designed SAT Presentation
Thursday, May 28, 7pm, Juanita HS Library

LWHS STEM Program Capstone Night
Monday, June 1, 6:30-8:30pm, LW Theater

Poetry Slam
Tuesday, June 2, 6:30-9:30pm, LW Theater

Saturday, June 6

Netbook Check-in for Grades 10-12
Thursday, June 11, 8am-1:30pm, LW Library

Senior Salute Cookie Drop-Off
Thursday, June 11

Senior Salute
Thursday, June 11, 7-9pm, LW Theater & Commons

Senior Breakfast
Friday, June 12, 7-8am, Commons

Netbook Check-in for 9th Grade
Friday, June 12, 8-11am, LW Library

Last Day for Schedule Requests
Friday, June 12, Counseling Office

Tech Prep Registration & Payment Deadline
Friday, June 12

Early Dismissal for Graduation
Friday, June 12, 11am

Friday, June 12, 2pm, Key Arena

Class of 2015 Senior All-Night Party
Friday, June 12, 9:30pm

Last Day of School - Half-Day
Wednesday, June 17


From the Principal

We are proud of the success of our spring sports teams. They have all moved on to post-season play. We are especially proud of fast pitch, boys' soccer and girls' golf. These teams were each selected by their opponents for Sportsmanship Awards. As they say, "It is how you play the game." Congratulations to these athletes and their coaches for representing Lake Washington High School in such a positive manner. 


This week, I had the opportunity to watch our first ever ninth grade Poetry Slam. Our ninth grade English team had students write original poetry. There was a selection process in each class and the top 13 students shared their poetry with the entire grade. It was an inspirational experience. If you haven't attended one of our Poetry Slams, it is worth the time; the final Poetry Slam is Tuesday, June 2 at 6:30pm in the theater.


We will be changing our schedule next year to provide some additional time and support during the school day. The incoming freshmen need 24 credits to graduate. A six-period day doesn't allow for any failures, so we want to ensure that students have the support they need to be successful. An extended tutorial will allow us to provide make-up opportunities for students who miss exams and/or labs. All students are expected to be actively engaged in learning during this tutorial time. We will also continue with our homeroom time. Homeroom is designed to create whole-school comaraderie and to address issues that are not aligned to a particular subject area. Our Kang News airs during this time. The incoming ninth grade class will also have different High School and Beyond requirements; these activities will be conducted in homeroom. The new schedule is posted on the LW website under Kang Announcements.


The end of the year is fast approaching. Our senior finals will be June 8 and 9. We will have an extended block to accommodate these. All underclassmen finals for core subjects will be June 15 and 16. The last day of school for underclassmen will be June 17. These schedule changes are also posted on our website. 


A special thank you to Karen Tollefson who led our campus Beautification Day on May 9. The new LW sign at the entrance of the school is her work. Karen is an outstanding example of the partnership between parents and the school. We appreciate all of her time and dedication to Lake Washington High School.


The next Coffee with Christina is today, May 20, at 9 am. We are inviting incoming parents, but it is always nice for them to have experienced parents to address their concerns. 


Christina Thomas, Principal


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coffeeToday! Help Welcome Incoming LW Parents at Coffee with Christina

Wednesday, May 20, 9-10am, College & Career Center

Parents of incoming LW students are invited to our final drop-in coffee with Principal Christina Thomas on Wednesday, May 20 from 9-10am in the College & Career Center. Parents will have a chance to see what the school looks like during the day, ask the principal questions, meet other incoming parents, and talk to current LW parents. Plus we'll all enjoy a cup of coffee and a tasty baked treat!  


If you have any questions, contact LWHS PTSA Co-President Liz Hedreen at Everyone is welcome - hope to see you there!

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Bakers Needed for Senior Salute

Senior Salute is fast approaching. The organizers are looking for 15 volunteers to provide three dozen home-baked cookies or brownies/blondies for the event. They prefer cookies that aren't too crumbly, or bar cookies that are already cut. Please sign up if you can help out! Drop off cookies/brownies at one of the following times/places on Thursday, June 11: 

  • 5-6:30pm at the LW Theater entrance
  • 7am-5pm at Anne Anderson's house at 8128 126th Place NE. There will be a cooler on her front porch where you can leave the food. Anne can be reached at (425) 829-0301.

Go to SignUpGenius to sign up. Once on the site, simply click the small "Sign Up" button next to the slot you are signing up for, and then the "Submit and Sign Up" button at the bottom of the page. If you are not logged in, it will ask for your name and email address, but only your name will be visible to other people who sign up.  


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It's Not Too Late - Sign Up for 2015 Senior Party!
Additional Bus Added
Find all you need to know in the Senior Party article in the Information for Seniors & Senior Parents section below.
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SATThe Redesigned SAT - What You Need to Know
Thursday, May 28, 7pm, Juanita High School Library
Parents and students are invited by the Juanita High School PTSA to attend an informative presentation about the changes to the SAT exam. The redesigned SAT will be used starting in the spring of 2016. This will mainly impact students in the classes of 2017 and 2018. Princeton Review staff will discuss changes to the SAT, answer questions regarding these changes, and also answer any questions regarding college admissions. If you would like to attend this presentation, please RSVP to Lina Kramer. Space is limited.

Additional information can be found in the Redesigned SAT and Guide to Taking Old vs. New SAT articles in the Counseling section below.


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Legislative Session Wrap Up - Brown Bag Lunch

Thursday, May 21, 12-1:15pm, LWSD Resource Center

The Lake Washington PTSA Council will present the final Brown Bag Lunch of the school year on Thursday, May 21, 12-1:15pm at the LWSD Resource Center in Redmond. A panel will discuss the legislative session. We will also hear from a speaker on the Redmond City Parks Levy. 


Legislative Session Panelists - 12-12:50pm:

Joseph O'Sullivan - The Seattle Times Olympia Reporter, covering the legislative session;

Frank Ordway - Government Relations Director at The League of Education Voters


Redmond Parks Levy Panelist - 12:50 -1:15pm:

Jane Wither, Redmond Levy Committee Chair, will discuss the two ballot measures on the August 2015 ballot.


Pack a lunch and join us. Contact LWPTSA Council President Judy East for more information.
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BeautyA Beautiful Day for Beautification Day!

Over 60 students and half a dozen parents and teachers worked hard on Beautification Day on May 9. Students dug out weeds, trimmed dead ferns and mulched the beds; the readerboard sign at the entrance to the school was weeded, planted with drought tolerant lavender and mulched; and the "LW" sign was completely rejuvenated.


Kristin Buckingham, Valerie Yob and Katie Tollefson work on the beds in front of LW.

The fresh readerboard.















The biggest project was the huge, new "LW" on the hill at the school's entrance. Prior to Saturday, the weeds on the hill at the entrance were cut down; about 50 heavy cinder blocks were installed to form the letters; ten heavy railroad ties were drilled, hauled up the hill, and hammered in with rebar. Then the fun began: On Saturday, five yards of stone were bucketed up the hill and spread out to surround the blocks. That's over seven tons! The letters were spray painted purple and the railroad ties were spray painted black. Yards of mulch were hauled over and spread around the border.  


Kara Phillips and and Kim Veldee load buckets with gravel.

Students work on the "LW" sign.

Thanks to Valerie Yob for getting students to show up on a Saturday morning, and to the PTSA for funding the materials for the day: cinder blocks, paint, rebar, railroad ties and five yards of stone - plus snacks! Thanks also to the students, parents and staff who participated. Special thanks to Boyd Brown for all the work he did on the "LW" sign, setting up Saturday's success. We couldn't have done it without you! - PTSA Beautification Chairs: Karen Tollefson and Lisa Brown

Boyd Brown pounds the cinder blocks in place to form the "LW".

The final result.
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Support the LWHS Class of 2016 Senior Party 

The current junior class is starting to raise funds for their Senior Party. Why so early? Two reasons: 1) A deposit for the party has to be paid now; 2) So that we can put on the most memorable, fun and safe graduation party for our kids. Your donation (via our school PTSA) will help support this amazing and safe event for all students in the Class of 2016. The more successful our fundraising is, the more we will be able to lower ticket prices. Our goal is for all graduates to be able to attend!


Juniors can set up a personal fundraising page to request donations for the Class of 2016 Senior Party Fundraiser from family and friends. Be sure to donate through your student's fundraising page.


We'll have four raffles for class of 2016 participants who reach the following goals:

  • At least one donation obtained by May 28: 
    Entry in a raffle for a $25 Jimmy John's gift card; winner announced May 29. Non-winners will be entered in June 11 raffle for $25 Jimmy John's gift card.
  • At least one donation obtained by June 11: 
    Entry in a raffle for a $25 Jimmy John's gift card; winner announced June 12. 
  • At least $100 in donations by May 28:
    Entry in a raffle to win a $50 gift card; winner announced May 29. 
  • Over $100 in donations between May 29 and June 11:
    Entry in a raffle to win a $50 gift card; winner announced June 12. Students who qualified to be entered into the May 28, $50 gift card raffle are not 
    eligible for this raffle.

Questions or comments? Please email us directly at


We appreciate your support!

LWHS 2016 Senior Party Fundraising Committee


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Make a Difference at LW
lwhsDo you want to get more involved at school? Volunteering is an excellent way to meet other parents, get to know school staff, and help make LW a great school. We have two positions open for 2015-2016 and waiting for you to step up:


Fear-Free Practice SAT/ACT Exam chair - Works with Princeton Review to provide two practice SATs and two practice ACTs to students in the fall and late winter. We set the program up this year, and it is very straightforward to run. For more information, contact Liz Hedreen, Co-President, for more information.


Special Needs Liaison - Serves as a liaison between the special needs community and the LWHS PTSA. It is a small role, but someone with an interest could make it more meaningful. Contact Co-VP of Communications Karen Peters for more information.

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Kang Achievements

LW Student Wins at DECA International

Arman Talkar in Orlando with his International DECA medal.

Arman Talkar, senior at LW, recently competed in the DECA International Career Development Conference in Florida. Over 10,000 students from around the world competed to show their college and career knowledge and skills. Arman received a medal for placing Top 10 in the written exam for Human Resource Management. Congratulations, Arman!


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Two LW Students Awarded Rotary Scholarships

The Rotary Club of Kirkland recently gave out $14,000 in scholarships, with two going to LW students. Ruth-Fiam Abdugaparova and Emma Shipman each received a general scholarship based on their scholastic abilities and applications. Congratulations!


Funds for the Rotary Club scholarships are a result of community support of the club's annual fundraiser, The Great Puget Sound Duck Race, which will be held in August.


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Scholarship Awarded to LW Student
LW senior Emma Shipman was one of three recipients of the Kirkland Women's Club annual LWSD scholarships. Emma attended a luncheon hosted by the Kirkland Women's Club, along with her parents and school counselor, where she was presented with the award.
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Tor Jensen, a Lake Washington High School senior, is the Kirkland Rotary Student of the Month for May. He was recognized for his academic achievement, community service and leadership at LW, including acting as ASB president and co-founding the LW Marine Science club. Tor plans to attend Hawai'i Pacific University to pursue a business degree and to play baseball for the Sharks.


The Rotary Club of Kirkland invites students from Juanita and Lake Washington High Schools to apply for this honor; chosen students come to Rotary meetings for a month, learn about Rotary, and are invited to return when they are in the area.

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Kang Sports

Four LW Athletes Earn All-KingCo Honors

Justin Soto, Andrew Allen, Lars Henrikson and Declan McGlynn standing with coach Rod Smith, after receiving All-KingCo honors.

Four members of the Lake Washington High School boys' soccer team have earned 2A/3A KingCo all-league honors for the spring season. Named to the first team from LW are senior forward Andrew Allen and junior defender Justin Soto. Freshman midfielder Declan McGlynn and senior goalie Lars Henrikson were named to second team. Way to go, Kangs!


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Girls' Soccer Information Meeting

We know it's only May, but it's time to get ready for fall 2015 girls' soccer! The parent & player information meeting will be held on Thursday, May 21 at 7:30pm in the LW Library.


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LWHS News & Activities

LWHS STEM Program Capstone Night 

Monday, June 1, 6:30-8:30pm, LW Theater

LWHS administrators and STEM faculty cordially invite all LWHS students and parents to our first STEM Program Capstone Night. This event celebrates our students' successes and showcases the original inventions they have designed, prototyped and tested this year. 


The night will begin with a whole-audience engineering challenge. The STEM students will then present their inventions to a panel of engineers representing a variety of firms, including Nytec, PACCAR, Triumph Aerospace, T2K Tooling 2000, and Dibble Engineers. A reception with light snacks and beverages will follow the presentations.


We look forward to seeing you there!


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poetry9First English 9 Poetry Slam!

    Terry Terich presides over the English 9 Poetry Slam.

Kang freshmen made the school proud with their amazing mini-poetry slam! Students in each ninth grade English class competed with a slam poem, and the winners from each class performed in front of all the ninth graders at LW last Tuesday. The audience showed their enthusiastic support for the students and for poetry, and made it clear that LW's new tradition of writing, performing and celebrating poetry is here to stay! The top three winners will present their poems at LW's last poetry slam of the year on Tuesday, June 2.  


Congratulations to the top three winners: Anja Mclain, Zain Suleman and Audrey Bean.  Rounding out the finalists were: Makenzie Davis, Brandon Sarmiento, Truman Callens, Jesse Kaikkonen, Eryn Glynn, Anja Hanson, Torrey Armstrong, Addison Amadeck, Chloe Wozniak and Sophie Campbell. We are so proud of you!


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PoetrySlamFinal Poetry Slam of the Year
Tuesday, June 2, 6:30-8:30pm, LW Theater
Plan to attend LW's final Poetry Slam of the school year on Tuesday, May 2 at 6:30pm in the LW Theater. Ten participants have made it through the preliminary competition round. Hear them read their best, original poems during this exciting and creative event - you're sure to be impressed.

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 Maddie Miller, Alice Tran and Olivia Nguyen

Gaby Matz-Carter and Amy Wyrick

Jonathan Lincicome, Joey Wishart and Louis Norred

Sean Nooney, Meredith Maloof and Jessica Heitlauf

AP World History Wraps Up

Mrs. Berge and Mr. Dawson would like to congratulate all the AP World History sophomores for a great, successful and fun school year. For most students, this was their first experience with an AP course, and Mrs. Berge and Mr. Dawson could not be more proud of the effort and hard work the students put into the class. From being challenged to think and work in ways they have not been asked to do before, to 90+ students showing up the past eight Tuesday morning/afternoons for exam review sessions, to 120+ taking the AP World History Exam, these students have shown tremendous dedication to better themselves as both students and young adults. Thank you all for your effort, engagement, dedication and perseverance. Good luck on the AP Exam - we are proud of each and every one of you!


Jill Berge & Michael Dawson


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Is Your Student's Laptop Ready for Check-in?


Here is one more item for that end-of-school to do list. With laptop check-in coming up on June 11 and 12, now is the time to have your student check their computer to see if there are any hardware issues, such as broken or missing keys. If there are any problems, have them bring their computer to the library. The library staff appreciates your help with this!


Grades 10, 11 and 12 will check-in their netbooks on Thursday, June 11 from 8am -1:30pm; Freshmen will return their laptops on Friday, June 12, 8-11am. All netbook check-ins will take place in the library.


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Counseling Center

The Redesigned SAT

The redesigned PSAT/NMSQT and SAT will feature the key changes below that will make the test clearer for test-takers, more closely connected to K-12 course work, and more useful for college admission officers.  

  • Relevant words in context
  • Command of evidence
  • Essay analyzing a source
  • Focus on math that matters most
  • Problems grounded in real-world contexts
  • Analysis in science and in history/social studies
  • Founding documents and great global conversation
  • No penalty for wrong answers
Students can learn more about the key changes at, as well as at a Princeton Review presentation on Thursday, May 28 at Juanita HS.

Please reference the article below to see if your student should take the current, "old" SAT or the redesigned, "new" SAT.


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satGuideGuide to Taking Old vs. New SAT
The last administration of the current SAT will be in January 2016. The first administration of the redesigned SAT will be in March 2016. Below is a guide to who should take which version of the SAT by class.

Class of 2015
Students graduating in the spring of 2015 will take the current SAT. These students should continue to visit the SAT website to register for the test and to get and send their scores.

Class of 2016
Most students in the class of 2016 will take the current SAT in order to meet college application deadlines in December 2015 and January 2016. These students should continue to visit the SAT website to register for the test and to get and send their scores.

For a small group of students who plan to take the SAT in the spring of their graduating year, the redesigned SAT will be the test they take.

Class of 2017
These students will have a choice of whether to take the current SAT during October, November and December 2015, or January 2016; or to take the redesigned SAT starting in March 2016.

Students in this class will be the first to take the redesigned PSAT/NMSQT (October 2015) as juniors. To take advantage of the preparation provided by the redesigned PSAT/NMSQT, we recommend that students take the redesigned SAT in the spring. This will leave plenty of time to take the test again, if desired, in the fall of their senior year, before application are due.

Getting Ready
Students can access the free College Board resources to get to know the test and start practicing:
  • For test day tips and policies, including what to bring and what to expect, visit
For more details on the redesigned SAT and to sign up for updates, please visit delivering

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SAT and ACT Test Dates
LWHS Code: 480545
SAT (register at
Test DateLate Registration Deadline
June 6
May 27

ACT (register at
Test Date
Late Registration Deadline
June 13
May 22
If you have any questions, contact the counseling office.

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College & Career Center


Attention Tech Prep Students!  

Tech Prep Registration & Payment Deadline - Friday, June 12!

As a LWHS student, if you have been in one of the Career and Technical course offerings (listed below) in either 1st or 2nd semester you may register for college credit through one of our partner community or technical colleges. These credits are transferable and may move with you to a four-year college/university, community or technical school after your graduation from LWHS. The registration process is simple:


Registration Instructions:

  1. To begin registration open SERS ( Select "Students Click Here."
  2. Select the option relevant to you: If you have NEVER REGISTERED for Tech Prep before, click on "Create an Account" in the top left corner; if you are a RETURNING STUDENT, login with your User Name and Password OR your Tech Prep ID number and birth date.
  3. To find available classes, click "Register for Classes." Your high school will auto-populate. Do not fill out any other fields. Click "Go Search."
  4. Place a check in the box to the left of the classes you are currently in and click the "Register" button in the top-left navigation menu.
  5. On the next screen, click the checkbox for the teacher who is teaching your class.
  6. When you've made your selections, click "Save & Register."
  7. If you have provided an email address, a confirmation will be emailed to you. If not, you may want to print a copy for your records.
  8. Pay your $46 consortium fee at

Please note - the annual fee covers all classes you register for during the 2014-15 school year. The fee is nonrefundable, whether or not you earn the grade of B or above.


College credit classes offered at Lake Washington High School:  

American Sign Language 1 & 2 ♦ Child Psychology 1 & 2 ♦ Computer Science AP/Intro ♦ Culinary Arts 1 & 2 ♦ Digital Design/Yearbook 1 & 2 ♦ Engineering 1 & 2 ♦ Environmental Science AP ♦ Life and Finance ♦ Marketing 1 ♦ Marketing 1/Student Store (1st & 2nd semester) ♦ Material Science ♦ MS Academy/Computer Applications 


Please feel free to contact Career Specialist Julie Madsen at (425) 936-1710 or with any questions or concerns.  


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Information for Seniors & Senior ParentsSeniorInfo

Call for All Senior Artists to Submit Art for Display at Senior Salute 

Your student can help celebrate graduation by submitting their creative artwork for display at the LW Senior Salute. It is not necessary for them to be currently enrolled in an art class. Both two- and three-dimensional artwork will be accepted.


Deadline for Submission: Thursday, May 28 


Submission forms with details are available here or in the Main Office. Submit finished artwork to Ms. Wyatt in room 379. 

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Senior Salute for Families of Seniors
Thursday, June 11, 7-9pm LW Theater

greyscale-graduates.jpg Senior Salute, a more intimate opportunity to celebrate our seniors with music, poetry, artwork and student reflections, takes place at LW the day before graduation on Thursday, June 11, 7pm. The presentation is followed by an informal reception; many families appreciate this slower-paced, more personal opportunity to visit and to photograph their cap-and-gowned graduates. Each family is allotted four free tickets (grads do not need a ticket) on a first-come-first-served basis. Email graduate's name, parent name, and number of tickets needed to:    

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SrPartyClass of 2015 All-Night Party - New Bus Added!
It's Not Too Late to Sign Up for the Party

Due to popular demand, we were able to add another bus for the senior party! The senior party is a safe place for our kids to be the night of graduation and will be a ton of fun for the new graduates. You can still sign up and pay online on the PTSA website, or by using the paper forms found on the site. Due to some additional, generous senior parent donations, partial scholarships are still available - you'll find the scholarship request form on the PTSA website. The permission slip also needs to be turned at this time, with your signature regardless of if your senior is 18 now or at the time of the party. Finally, please fill out the food allergy form, if applicable. All the forms can be found on the PTSA website under the graduation cap/"Senior Class & Party Tix" in the left sidebar; turn all paperwork in to the Main Office.


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Countdown to Graduation
Find all the information you need for graduation on the LW website. You'll find the countdown calendar, ceremony details, ticket information, final transcript request form and more.

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Community News

Host an Italian Student
Your Student will be Invited to Italy!

Ergon Student Exchange is looking for families to host a 16- to 17-year-old Italian student for a semester or school year. Ergon program ensures a true cross-cultural opportunity that will provide a transformative experience for both the host family and the student. The Italian families offer your son or daughter direct exposure to Italian culture through an all-expenses paid summer vacation in Italy, and Ergon sponsors the flight!


We specialize in a rigorous selection process ensuring that students are academically strong, responsible, and proficient in English; we devote great care to matching students with host families. Students are fully insured and arrive with pocket money for all expenses, including recreation activities and vacations.


Along with Benedetta at LW last semester, our Italian students have attended Mercer Island, Skyline, Bothell, Roosevelt, Garfield, Ballard and Nathan Hale high schools with excellent experiences for students and families alike. Past and present host families are our best references and they are happy to share their experience with you. To learn more, please email our Seattle coordinator Denise Trogdon and visit our website .


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SAT Prep at LW
The SAT Prep Course provides classroom-based practice testing and instructions in preparation for the SAT test. View the flyer for more information on dates, fees and additional locations, or visit
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The Lake Washington School District does not discriminate on the basis of race, color, national origin, sex, disability, age, gender, marital status, creed, religion, honorably discharged veteran, military status, sexual orientation including gender expression or identity, the presence of any sensory, mental or physical disability, or the use of a trained guide dog or service animal by a person with a disability, in its programs and activities and provides equal access to the Boy Scouts and other designated youth groups.bottomofpage

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