On April 26, Seattle Academy Upper School Jazz Choir I (Onions) embarked on an action-packed performing trip. It's well known that when musicians take their music on the road, amazing things can happen. The singular focus, varied performance venues, and audiences combine to make for an incomparably creative learning environment.
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Thanks to the generous donation from an alumni family for the eighth consecutive year, Seattle Academy took a total of twenty-six Middle and Upper School students and faculty to the 11th Annual Climate Solutions fundraising breakfast last Wednesday at the Westin Seattle.
Rosetta Lee, a highly-regarded, local and national expert in diversity, inclusion, and equity, spoke to Seattle Academy parents on April 30 and introduced us to the journey that is identity development.
Last Monday night at SAAS, the Mary’s Place Club hosted twenty-six teens experiencing homelessness for an evening of fun, food, and education. The teens came from four shelters around Seattle from Burien to North Seattle.
Serena Cunningham ’20 plays softball for Garfield High School. This season, the Bulldogs are 19-2, winning their latest playoff game yesterday with a 4-0 win over Nathan Hale.
Seattle Academy students, Alaina Neuburger '19 and Leila Guilhemotonia '19 art was selected after a national search to be on stage as backdrops during the upcoming Seattle Production of the "XQ Super School Live" at the Moore Theater.
Over Spring Break, over 150 students traveled to corners far and wide to participate in our Outdoor and Travel program. Many of these trips can lead to significant growth for the individual – growth that often comes when one is challenged in an unfamiliar environment that requires discomfort and hard work.