• Transferring into HiCap in Shoreline

    If your student was enrolled in a highly capable program in another district, he or she may be eligible to transfer directly into Shoreline's hi-cap program. Check out our process for Applying for Highly Capable Service Transfer.

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  • Fall HiCap Testing for New Shoreline Students 

    Registration for the Highly Capable (HiCap) Program Assessment is now open for new Shoreline students only.

    Testing will take place on Wednesday October 9th at the Shoreline Center from 9:00am - 3:00pm. 

    Click here to register for this test session.

    The deadline for registration is Wednesday September 25, 2019 at 4:00pm. No late registrations will be accepted.

    If you need assistance with registration or are unable to register on-line, please call the Highly Capable Program at 206-393-4771 or email 

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  • 2019-2020 Highly Capable Testing Information

    Interested in highly capable testing during the 2019-2020 school year? Please check out our Testing Process page for the latest updates.

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  • Summer Math Boosters

    The Summer Math Boosters Website is now available for students new to the Highly Capable Math program this year. These students will be studying mathematics at a grade level above in the Fall.  The summer math booster activities will help your student learn key topics from that "skipped" year of math content.

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  • Highly Capable Newsletter


    Check out the Spring 2019 issue of Shoreline's Highly Capable Newsletter.

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  • Highly Capable Services in Middle School

    Click here for recent changes to hi-cap services in middle school.

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  • HiCap Magnet Program Transportation

    Specific information regarding transportation for students who will attend the Magnet HiCap Program will be communicated in the middle to late August, from the Transportation Department. Students who attend the magnet program at either Ridgecrest or Meridian Park will be transported to and from their neighborhood school and the magnet school.


    Important: Students need to be able to walk or have transportation to and from their home (or care provider) to their neighborhood school. Students cannot take the regular neighborhood buses as the bus schedules do not line up.

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Contact Info



    Maria Stevens
    Director of Teaching and Learning
    18560 1st Ave NE
    Shoreline, WA 98155

    Jennifer Etter
    Instructional Specialist for Highly Capable

    Heather Stroh
    Specialist, Highly Capable & Assessment