This school is full of prepy, rich, spoiled little ingrates. They are bullies and it isnt safe to be smart there. If you arent rich and arent like them, they want nothing to do with you. People get bullied at prep for wearing the wrong shoes. I would rather jump off of a ski lift and break my legs, than
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Posted by a parent on 12/07/13
Seattle Prep has found it's sweet spot. The current administration and leadership are doing an excellent job. We're very pleased so far.
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Posted by a parent on 10/17/13
Seattle is a great school, and should be one of your top choices out of private schools in the Seattle area. This school is meant for highly motivated students, who suceed in many areas. If you arent motivated, the teachers will help, but you will not succeed if you dont want to learn. Colleges respect
... Read more Seattle prep, and even if the GPA is lower then most schools, it is because it is highly rigorous, and just by going to the school will help you gain entrance to colleges. Average gpa that is accepted to University of Washington from seattle prep is 3.6. Read less
Posted by a student on 01/06/13
An absolutely wonderful educational experience for my daughter. I cannot say enough about this school and the school community. There is an emphasis on educating the whole person - mind, heart, soul. The academics are top notch and I love the mission of social justice and care for the whole person.
... Read more Students come out of this school with impressive critical thinking and writing skills. I'm a professor and my daughter can write better than many of the college freshman I teach. What a joy it is to have my daughter at this school. Thank you Seattle Prep! Read less
Posted by a parent on 02/07/12
Seattle Prep is an academically challenging and rigorous school. The teachers are very involved with student learning and the leadership appears to be strong. The school has an incredible 100+ year tradition of educating the entire person. I recommend this school to a student that is very motivated and
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Posted by a parent on 05/18/10
My son goes to Prep. He has grown to be a very well-rounded person, excelling in both intellect and personality. The school does not offer many AP classes, but kids often take the AP tests anyways and do very well.
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Posted by a parent on 09/29/09
Prep was an amazing school. It has the reputation of being rather pretentious, but it is quite the opposite. Prep focuses so much on community involvement. Within your few short years at Seattle Prep you create a family that carries on forever. My first year of college was extremely easy. Going to Seattle
... Read more Prep isn't just about getting into an ivy league college. It is about finding who you are, what matters to you and most importantly how you are going to achieve it. With the supportive staff and highly motivated students, Seattle Prep is the place to be. The school and staff focus on the students needs and desires as well. Read less
Posted by a student on 06/21/09
This school is great! The teachers really care about your work and it works on educating you as a person. Prep has a rich history of great education, and I love the people there. Everyone is nice, open, and friendly. It is a great place to find your self, and who you want to be. Prep really takes care
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Posted by a student on 06/12/09
Seattle Prep is a school that meets the needs of a particular type of student. I would classify this group as rich and highly motivated. The teachers and administrators would like Seattle Prep to be a Catholic College Prep school, focusing on the top 10% of highly academic students. I went to Prep
... Read more and realized there was more to life than stressing out about grades and fitting in to a very elite crowd. Prep is not for everyone and I would suggest that you look at this school knowing that they educate the highly priveledged of our society - and you need to be incredibly driven and very smart to succeed there. Seattle has MANY options of great schools. I would not recommend Prep. Read less
Posted by a student on 07/01/08
Prep was a great experience for my son and for us as parents. Teachers care and are involved with individual student learning, making sure all excell. My son switched from Lakeside to Seattle Prep, and equally challenged him in different ways. Unlike other catholic schools, Christianity is not forced
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Seattle schools — Seattle Preparatory School is located at 2400 11th Ave E, Seattle WA 98102. 2400 11th Ave E is in the 98102 ZIP code in Seattle, WA The school district for Seattle Preparatory School is the Archdiocese Of Seattle. Seattle Preparatory School is a Catholic school that serves grade levels 9 - 12.
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