• May 21 – 24, 2019

    Schedule at a Glance

    5/21 Tue

    After school:

    • Ceramics Club meets in Room T110
    • Gamers Playing Retro Games meets in Room 304
    • Homework Club meets in Room 245
    • Math Night meets in Room 303
    • SC Orchestra Concert, SC Theater, 7:00 PM
    5/22 Wed

    A Day (Early Release)

    No HH

    Lunchtime meetings:

    • ASL (American Sign Language) Club meets in Room 346
    • Art Club meets in Room T113
    • Baking Club meets in Room 120
    • Bible Study Club meets in Room 250
    • Debate Club meets in Room 207
    • Environmental Club meets in Room 327
    • Newspaper Club meets in Room T110
    • Physical Fitness and Training Club meets in Room 230
    • Sandwich Club meets in Room 327

    After school:

    • Academic Awards, SC Theater, 7:00 PM
    5/23 Thur

    O Day

    HH Calendar

    Lunchtime meetings:

    • Black Student Union meets in Room 327
    • Chess Club meets in Room 169
    • French Club meets in Room 229
    • Interact Club meets in Room 232
    • Mental Health Club meets in Room 248
    • Philosophy Club meets in Room 242
    • Spikeball Club meets in Room 230
    • TSA general meeting in Room 180
    • Shorecrest Classical Liberals Club meets in Room 346
    • Virtual Reality (VR) Club meets in Room T110

    After school:

    • Homework Club meets in Room 245
    • TSA work time meets in Room 180
    • SC/SW Film Festival, Shorewood Theater, 7:00-9:00 PM
    5/24 Fri

    E Day

    HH Calendar

    Lunchtime meetings:

    • Drop-In Lunch Club meets in Room 216
    • Fashion Club meets in Room 193
    • Film Club meets in Room 344
    • Girls Who Code meets in Room 305
    • Japan Club meets in Room 230
    • Key Club meets in Room 341
    • Science Club meets in Room 337
    • Team Fearless meets in Room 228
    • The Club meets in Room 249
    • Top Gear SC meets in Room 313

    After school:

    • Virtual Reality (VR) Club meets in Room T110
    • Medieval Banquet, SC Commons, 6:30-10:00 PM
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  • Testing Schedule

    Testing will run from 7:50 until 11:00. (All Sophomores and notified Jrs)
    School begins at 11:15 for students who are not testing. 
    Buses will run on the regular schedule
    If your student needs to arrive at school at the regular time; a study hall location will be provided


    May 20, Monday — Special O Day, Smarter Balanced Assessment

    SBA Testing 7:50 – 11:00
    Break 11:00 – 11:10
    Period 1 11:15 – 12:07
    Lunch 12:12 – 12:42
    Period 3 12:45 – 1:39
    Period 5 1:44 – 2:35


    May 21, Tuesday — Special O Day, Smarter Balanced Assessment

    SBA Testing 7:50 – 11:00
    Break 11:00 – 11:10
    Period 2 11:15 – 12:07
    Lunch 12:12 – 12:42
    Period 4 12:45 – 1:39
    Period 6 1:44 – 2:35


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  • Announcements 

    The Shorecrest High School Class of 2019 cordially invites all parents and families to the 2019 Caen Laida Assembly honoring the achievements of students this year, especially celebrating the Class of 2019. The assembly is on Friday, the seventh of June from 10:30 am – 12:15 pm in the Shorecrest Gymnasium. Please arrive by 10:15 and check in at the main office. Contact Johanna Phillips, Activities Coordinator, if you have any questions:


    Attention Juniors! Are you interested in being an “Honor Guard” for graduation? Shorecrest is looking for multiple junior students to participate in the graduation ceremony as honor guards. Applications are available at the attendance window. See Mr. Lucas with questions.


    Shorecrest! Her Royal Highness, Queen Gonzalez, requests your presence at the Medieval Feast and a night of merriment - PLUS our mandolin-playing Queen will be entertaining the audience with a spot-light performance!  Medieval Banquet tickets are on sale now. Go get your tickets at the ASB window or at  Meal tickets are $15.00 with ASB and $18.00 without ASB. Get them now before sales end on Sunday, May 19!


    Seniors –

    • Prom tickets are now on sale at the ASB window. Please know that you must have your HS & Beyond Plans and your community service hours turned in to Ms. Monson before you will be allowed to purchase any.
    • And don't forget that prom guest passes are required to bring a non-Shorecrest guest to prom. Pick them up from Ms. Phillips in 139 or on ASB website. They are due next week, May 23.
    • If you have no fines - please come and pick up your cap & gown and graduation announcements from Ms. Phillips in room 139. If you do have fines – please take care of them and then pick up your Jostens order in the ASB office. Do this before or after school, at passing periods, or at lunch. Thanks!
    • Senior iPad collection deadline is May 22. Please get them turned in ASAP to the tech office, especially if you are not currently using it this semester.


    Mark your calendars for Yee-Hawse! Shorecrest's literary art magazine is proud to announce our Spring publishing event, with a Wild West twist! Come to the commons on May 31 to buy the newest edition of Tattoo Magazine and celebrate its publication with poetry readings and music. Stop by Ms. Marshall's, room 249, to sign up to perform! You're in for a free night of Wild West themed fun, great entertainment, and tasty snacks!


    Are you planning on trying out for Volleyball in the Fall? There will be a meeting after school in the commons Tuesday May 21 for all those planning or thinking about tryouts. For more information about tryouts information is on the volleyball page and you can contact Coach Robyn.


    Get your Senior Spree tickets now while you still can! Time is running out! Don’t miss what may be the last opportunity to spend with your fellow grads before your class scatters far and wide. $175 for two secret locations, food, music, prizes and enough fun activities to keep you entertained all night! Scholarships available. Registration info available in the sc main office or online here:


    Deodorant Drive for Month of May During the month of May we are collecting new deodorant for the Back to School Consortium that takes place in August, All donations will help students in the Shoreline area. Please drop off your donations at the donation boxes that will be located in the main office.


    King County Safe Place is a crisis intervention / homelessness prevention program for runaway and homeless youth under the age of 18. Safe Place connects youth to resources, either through family reunification or emergency shelter placement. Youth can access Safe Place by calling the 24/7 hotline at 1-800-422-TEEN (8336) or visiting a Safe Place site designated by the yellow diamond Safe Place logo. Those 18 and older can use the hotline to learn about available resources.

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  • Athletic Events

    For the most comprehensive updates for Shorecrest playoffs and game schedule changes due to weather, please check the WESCO here:

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