This summer, we have a very active summer program including academics, arts, and athletics camps as well as trips to Zambia, Alaska, and the Yukon. There are also several Seattle-area groups that are putting our space to good use.
Seattle Academy Community News
At their yearly Senior Lunch and Curtain Call events, Seattle Academy recognized their annual athletics contribution awards. These awards are given each year to the young men and women who have contributed the most to the athletic program through leadership, courage, sportsmanship, and excellence.
We recently reported that Seattle Academy had earned a fourth place finish in the Washington State High School Photography Competition. Aaron Greenstein ’19, who won second place in the Architectural category for the photo above, was also recently chosen as a potential Jones Soda Choice Award winner having been selected as a Jones Soda staff favorite.
On Wednesday, June 12, the Class of 2023 held their annual Moving Up Ceremony. The ceremony marks the end of their Middle School years.
The school year officially ended this week with the culmination of several events including End-of-Year Parties, Curtain Call, and 8th Grade Moving Up.
This past weekend, Ben Riley ‘19 earned the silver medal at the National Youth Rowing Championships in Sarasota, FL. The Mt. Baker Men’s Light Weight 4 took second in the nation. Ben rows second seat and has been rowing with the majority of his team for four years. This is their third time to compete at Nationals.
Seattle Academy capped off the spring season athletic year with two State Team Championships, two Individual State Championships and two Academic State Championships! The Cardinals had representatives in the postseason at the state level in five different sports.
Seattle Academy photography students earned a fourth place finish in the Washington State High School Photography Competition. The top thirty-three images were chosen out of 3,506 submissions from 1,528 students across the state. SAAS students earned six spots in the top thirty-three