Welcome to registration and enrollment at Shorewood High School. Below you will find current program information, registration information and graduation requirements.Shorewood Offices are open from 7:30 am to 3:30 pm on school days, Monday-Friday.Our goal is to provide you with comprehensive information on enrollment, registration and course selection to ensure a successful experience.
Registration for the 2019-20 school year is now open!
The Registration FAQ page and the resources below can answer most of your questions.
Forms By Grade LevelEnrollment:All new students and families must come to the Shorewood Counseling Center and meet with Nikka Dieckman, Shorewood's Registration Secretary to enroll at Shorewood. Please bring the following materials with you:
- Immunization records
- Prior high transcripts/middle school grades
- Verification of residency
Students who do not live within Shorewood's residential boundaries must go through the boundary exception process. See Boundary Exceptions below.
Questions? Contact Monika Dieckman at 206-393-4398 or email her at email@example.com
Registration and Course Selections
After you complete your enrollment paperwork, our Counseling Secretary Sharon Roma will make an appointment for you to meet with your academic counselor. In the meeting with the academic counselor, students and parent can expect the following:
- A review of the student's school records
- A conversation about the students post high plans
- Selecting courses for the students schedule
Sharon Roma can be contacted by emailing her at firstname.lastname@example.org Registration Materials
Downloads (all forms are downloadable pdf files):
Directions and Course Guide
Forms By Grade LevelPrivate School Students Interested in Attending Shorewood.Shoreline residents currently attending a private school: Many students who attend private K-8 schools choose to attend Shorewood High School for grades 9-12. Our diverse program and stellar academics make Shorewood an excellent choice for post-high school preparation for college, the work force, and vocational fields. If you are currently attending a private school and interested in attending Shorewood, please follow the enrollment process above.Students who do not live within Shorewood's residential boundaries must go through the boundary exception process. See Boundary Exceptions below.If you have any question related to your interest in attending Shorewood please contact Monika Dieckman at email@example.comBoundary Exceptions:Shoreline residents living OUTSIDE the Shorewood attendance area: Shorewood students generally live west of I-5 between 145th and 205th streets. Students living outside of this attendance area generally attend Shorecrest High School on the east side of the Shoreline School District. Sometimes, exceptional circumstances make Shorewood a better placement for these students. If you live in the Shorecrest attendance area but would like to attend Shorewood, you must request an Intra-District boundary exception through the counseling office at Shorecrest High School. This process is now paperless and all forms are completed electronically by designated school staff.
Non-Shoreline residents wishing to attend Shorewood: Ranked as one of the best high schools in the country, Shorewood’s great programs often attract students from surrounding districts. If you live outside the city of Shoreline but would like to attend our great school, you must contact your resident school district to begin the process. This process is now completed electronically and designated staff in your resident school district complete the forms electronically. Even if your student has been attending Shoreline schools on a boundary exception for multiple years, your resident school district must release your student each year. Failure to annually complete this process will result in your boundary exception being revoked