News and Notes

Weekly Bulletin

  • Week of 1/17 - 1/21

    Mon 1/17 - NO SCHOOL - MLK, Jr. Day

    Tue 1/18 - O Day

    • Tue 1/18 - National Honor Society meeting (SC Theater @ 9:40am)

    Wed 1/19 - E Day

    Thu 1/20 - O Day

    Fri 1/21 - E Day

    • Fri 1/21 - Tattoo Coffeehouse (live-streamed virtual event @ 7:00pm)


    For a direct link to the SC calendar, click here.


    More activity updates and items of interest are sent in the Friday night broadcast, also found here. Not receiving them? Please call the Shorecrest main office to be added.




    Always wanted to be a Shorecrest Musical? Auditions for THE SPONGEBOB MUSICAL will be January 24 and 25. Sign-ups and materials will be available on the callboard outside the blackbox. Make sure you complete your packet and all the required forms before audition day. Stop by or email Mr. Kidd in the blackbox if you’d like more information or have any questions.


    Attention boys soccer players. There is a soccer tryout sign-up meeting on Thursday January 20 during lunch in the theatre. You will need to complete an electronic google sign-up form. Be sure to bring your charged Chromebook.


    Tattoo is hosting Coffeehouse again - an evening showcase of the creative talent of students in our community! It will be livestreamed on our YouTube channel on January 21 at 7 PM. The theme this winter is "Traveling Through Time House". Submissions will close on January 14, so don't hesitate to submit your artwork, film, and spoken-word writing and poetry. If you are interested in submitting your work to Coffeehouse or have any questions, please contact or on Instagram. We hope to "see" you there!


    Are you interested in trying out for the 2022-23 Flag Team? If so, please plan on attending the information meeting on Wednesday, January 19 during lunch in room 207 for the details. You can also check out the Flag Team Canvas site or Instagram account for more information


    Ceramics club will be meeting Tuesday, January 18 after school until 4pm to make up for missing our normal Monday meeting. Ceramics Club normally meets after school until 4pm on Mondays and at lunch on Thursday in Room T110.


    Hey Scots! TOMORROW - January 15th, is our annual Hoop-a-palooza! Hoop-a-palooza is at Shorecrest gym, Boys C Team plays first at 12 o’clock, Girls JV at 1:30, Boys JV starts at 3, Girls Varsity plays at 5, and Boys Varsity starts at 7. There will be performances from Cheer, Flags, Band, and Hiphop! During the games there will be hotdogs and veggie dogs to support our shorecrest boosters! Additionally, bring food to the Shorewood vs. Shorecrest food drive!!! - You can bring canned food, granola bars, and bars of soap! If you donate, you get a free hot cocoa! See you there Scots!


    New articles are available on the online Highland Piper! Full of articles about music, the environment and important school happenings and activities, you will not want to miss out on the amazing information and writing coming from your fellow Scots! If you want to contribute to future releases of the Piper, please join this robust and active club at noon on Fridays in Rm M187.


    Interested in the arts? SC Art Club is starting up the All School Art Project again! (You may remember the origami installation from last year currently in the theater commons.) This year we are doing Stencil Murals, to hear more about the project and getting involved please come to Art Club, Monday, Jan. 24 in Ms. King’s room T113 lunch and or after school. We are working on a test piece, so if you’re interested, come and paint with us!


    And they say chess isn't exciting! Overtime in football or basketball; shootout in soccer; tiebreaker in tennis; how about with the team score 2-2, freshman junior varsity future phenom Lucas Deng, while playing against the older more experienced #4 varsity player from Edmonds-Woodway pulled out an 'end-game' victory from what looked like certain defeat due to meticulous long-term strategizing and execution. Lucas was part of a three-freshman lineup (Soy Ider and Emi Valdes) and along with sophomore Justin Pangukir will assure that the Highlanders will be a force to be reckoned with for years. Because of the effort yesterday, the Highlanders remain undefeated (5-0) in WESCO play and stay on track to head for the conference and state championship with dreams of trophies and banners.




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  • Senior Info

    Hey seniors and senior families! Senior Spree tickets are on sale now! A committee of Shorecrest PTSA members and parents chaperone and sponsor an ALL NIGHT graduation party and is truly an event that you don’t want to miss with your classmates on graduation night. Take advantage of the early bird discount now as the ticket price increases Feb 14! All seniors are encouraged to attend and financial help is available. Please visit the Shorecrest PTSA website for more information and to purchase your ticket today.

    Click here for additional information.

    Click here to register.

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  • Highlander of the Month

    We are so pleased to present our Highlander of the Month awards for the months of November and December! This Scot tradition happens 5 times per year and is very meaningful to our community. It allows for an opportunity to recognize students who stand out as exceptional in some way and/or embrace and exhibit our core Scot values. Teachers from each department get the chance to nominate at least one student in a school year and share with us why each was chosen. Narrated by our Principal, Lisa González, these video presentations are inspiring and a reminder of why we are all here. Thank you for joining us in shining some light on some outstanding Scots.

    November HoM here

    December HoM here

    Ongoing list of recipients here


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  • Face Masks Required at Shoreline Stadium and Sporting Events

    With the fall high school sports season upon us, we want to let you know that face masks are required for all spectators, staff, coaches, and non-participants at sporting events held at Shoreline Stadium and those held indoors at Shorecrest and Shorewood High Schools. Student-athletes who are actively participating in an event are not required to wear a mask, but are supported if they choose to. Thank you for wearing your face mask at our sporting events and helping keep our community healthy and safe!


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  • Watch the latest episode of SCNN (ShoreCrest News Network):

    Monday 12/13/21

  • Our School Office is Open for Online Business and Appointments

    Our school office is open for online business and appointments only at this time. School business will be conducted online, by phone or by Zoom appointment in accordance with the Washington State Safe Start Reopening Guidelines. You can contact our office by calling 206-393-4286 or emailing

    Any in-person meetings will need to be scheduled ahead of time and follow Department of Health guidelines for social distancing, wearing face coverings and limiting the number of people gathered. 

    Drop-in appointments are not possible at this time as our buildings remain closed to the public. 

    Thank you for your understanding and cooperation!

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Shorecrest Weather Station

  • Daily Bell Schedule - Fall 2021

    Mon (O), Tue (E), Thu (O), Fri (E)
    "O" day - Periods 1, 3, 5          "E" day - Periods 2, 4, 6
    7:50 - 9:30 Per 1 / 2
    9:40 - 10:15 HiHo
    10:30 - 12:10 Per 3 / 4
    12:10 - 12:45 Lunch
    12:55 - 2:35 Per 5 / 6


    Wed (A) - Early Release Schedule
    "A" day - Periods 1, 2, 3, 4, 5, 6
    7:50 - 8:25 Per 1
    8:30 - 9:05 Per 2
    9:05 - 9:25 Break
    9:25 - 10:10 Per 3
    10:20 - 10:55 Per 4
    11:05 - 11:30 Lunch
    11:40 - 12:15 Per 5
    12:20 - 12:55 Per 6

    On Wed - No HiHo
    (*Students traveling to Shorewood for P3 - bus departs SC loop @ 9:10)
    (*Students traveling to Shorewood for P4 - bus departs SC loop @ 10:00) 

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