Seattle Academy founding teacher Melinda Mueller will hold a live reading and book signing of her epic, historical poem What the Ice Gets. The widely acclaimed book covers Shackleton’s Arctic Expedition from 1914-1916. The reading will take place at 7 PM on March 21 at The Adventure Hub in Seattle. CLICK HERE to learn more and purchase tickets.
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Last month, senior Anders Gibbons traveled to several national tennis competitions. He won the National Level 2 USTA Doubles Championship in Las Vegas in early February.
Last week, the Class of 2023 completed the annual Seattle Challenge experience. Below is a perspective of the experience from a trip leaders view. Willy Felton is our Dean of Faculty – STEM. He has led many outdoor trips but this was his first time participating in the Seattle Challenge.
Four new Esperantists (plus Anders G. not pictured) from Seattle Academy interview Katlin Kovats, a linguist and specialist in teaching methodology who is the director of the Esperanto learning site Edukado.net.
ParentMap, an online community that informs, engages and inspires Puget Sound parents and families recently sat down with Joel for a Q&A Interview about the Cooking Scrappy Revolution.
This week, one hundred and six of our 8th grade students completed the Seattle Challenge – an important capstone experience of Middle School at Seattle Academy. Designed over twenty-five years ago, the Seattle Challenge is a three-day urban retreat. The program explores the realities of people who experience poverty and homelessness in the city of Seattle.
SAAS in the City is right around the corner, and we’re excited to unveil this year’s amazing raffle packages. Two lucky winners will walk away with one of two amazing packages: Master Makers of Seattle and Very VIP Weekend Experience at the Capitol Hill Block Party.
In January and February, alumni regional events were held in New York City, San Francisco, and Los Angeles.