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Seattle to open International high school in 2010-2011

April 9, 2010

It looks as if Chief Sealth will be the final destination for  Mandarin immersion students who begin at Seattle’s Beacon Hill International elementary and continue on at Denny Middle School. Knowing there’s a secure Mandarin pathway through the end of high school is a big plus for parents contemplating beginning in Kindergarten.

This is similar to Portland, Oregon’s Woodstock Elementary — Hosford Middle School — Cleveland High School progression.

Kudos to the Seattle Public Schools.

Seattle Public Schools
When completed and open in September Sealth High School will officially take the name Chief Sealth International High School, and the change will be reflected in the remodeled school’s surroundings.

Chief Sealth first SPS high school to be an International School

Designation completes K-12 international program pathway in West Seattle

April 8, 2010

Superintendent Maria L. Goodloe-Johnson, Ph.D., has announced the designation of Chief Sealth High School as the district’s first international high school, completing a K-12 international program pathway in West Seattle that reinforces Seattle Public Schools’ commitment to international education. Chief Sealth is currently operating from its location at 5959 Delridge Way Southwest while the rebuilding of the school at 2600 SW Thistle St, takes place.

Read more here.

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