I really wouldn't want to go anywhere else. The school spirit is terrific, and despite the size, there is still very few instances of bullying and fighting, at least from my viewpoint. Now I am also coming from the perspective of an ASB officer, but I love to go to this school, and it is super easy
... Read more to get involved. Although I do understand what some of these former comments are referring to when they say if you have not lived here for generations you are not as easily accepted, but this truly is a great community, and I wouldn't want to live anywhere else. Read less
Posted by a student on 08/22/13
The staff who go beyond educating their students. The location is right in town-in the historical district. Wonderful traditions - serpentine parade and spirit week during homecoming. Strong academic programs, great diversity of clubs, amazing variety of athletics and a community that supports them.
... Read more And the beautiful BIG TREE where students and parents meet. Read less
Posted by a parent on 10/25/10
I came to this district after being in Seattle and the education was so much better I had to run to catch up, but now that i have its still a challenging environment.
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Posted by a student on 11/05/09
it's bad. if you haven't lived in snohomish for 5 or more years, they won't accept you. snohomish is a trap, once you move here you never leave; there's generations of families here. the majority of them are not friendly, or really welcoming in any way. this school has good classes, teachers and extra
... Read more curricular activities, but the social aspect of the school is terrible. i have seen quite a few new kids come here, and they rarely ever really find a place where they fit in and are accepted. and the ones who have found their place didn't find it for a long time, most of the students don't give someone who isn't in their clique the time of day. Read less
Posted by a student on 11/04/09
My eldest son transferred in as a junior from overseas and quickly assimilated due to the excellent teaching staff and administration. The academics were rigorous, as were the extra-curricular activities (of which there were many opportunities presented, including non-sport-related). Additionally,
... Read more parental involvement is encouraged and even required to some degree. My son graduated with not only high academic achievement, but also a greater sense of responsibility overall. We were very pleased with the school. Read less
Posted by a parent on 07/08/09
When I first came to this school, I nearly had to pull teath to get people to be social. The entire mindset in my opinoin is very limited if you yourself have not been in the community for a few years. Despite the vast amount of school spirit, it is difficult to just get into the flow of things. The
... Read more teachers are very nice and the school in general has decent programs. There is a select few that will really help you out according to your needs and what you want out of your education. Read less
Posted by a student on 04/24/08
Most of the teachers are great. Some teachers are in a High School mindset and do things to be liked by their students which is not conducive to the learning environment. The administration is extremly lax on bullying.
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Posted by a student on 02/09/08
After seeing Zaro's Review, I was compelled to write one. The school is fantastic. I'm a senior about to graduate from this school, and I can tell you now, there is no school that honestly compares to this school. Their selection of extra curricular activities, teachers and classes are superb. If there
... Read more is any where I would recommend, it would be the home of the Panthers! The energy and sense of community contained within this school is phenomenal. You really feel like you are part of something. Not only that, but Snohomish is known to be a friendly community, with friendly people and friendly neighbors. With such diverse individuals, finding an enjoyable and rich experience is never to far from your reach. The support from everyone will give you a true sense of 'second family.' There are no fights, or over-the-top teenage drama queens, just smiles, laughter, and love. Read less
Posted by a student on 05/28/07
This is an okay school, I go there and I don't like it very much. If I had the chance to change schools, I would do it in a heart beat.The school has way too many people, class sizes are very large. There is a ton of school spirit, we probably have the most school spirit compared to any school. This
... Read more school is kind of like a farming school, there are a lot of 'farmer kids,' but that is probably normal considering it's a farming town. It's not really a college-prep school. Read less
Posted by a student on 03/08/07
Snohomish High School is Great. Cliques exist but what school doesn't have them. SHS is on the whole very friendly to newcomers. With such a big school we have a great amount of pride and are very close. It's a good thing they're not going to try to split up the senior class in 2009, when the new school
... Read more opens, they would have problems. The teachers know what they're doing, and parents help with whatever they can. We have numerous extra-curricular activities, a few were created this year. Many people are involved and committed to multiple. Too many to list here, but I encourage you to look into our school, especially if you're thinking of adding to our spirit by joining us. I'm a sophomore, and am looking forward to the rest of high school! Thank-you for letting me babble. Read less
* In 2011-2012 Washington used the High School Proficiency Exam (HSPE) to test students in reading and writing in grade 10. Math skills are tested by the End-of-Course (EOC) exams. The HSPE is a standards-based test, which means it measures how well students are mastering specific skills defined for each grade by the state of Washington. The goal is for all students to score at or above the state standard.
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Wrestling, Swimming, Basketball, Football, Track, Golf, Tennis, Baseball, Soccer, General
Phys Ed, Business and Technology, ROTC, Health, Agriculture Education
Social Studies / Social Sciences
World History, Social Studies / Social Sc, American History, Economics
Occupational Therapists, Physical Therapists, Early Childhood Special Needs, Life Skills
Foreign Language, Chinese
Band, Music, Choral
English / Language Arts, American Literature, Journalism
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general intellectual ability or talent - high intelligence test score (usually two standard deviations above the mean), and high levels of vocabulary, memory, abstract work knowledge and abstract reasoning;
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visual and performing arts, special talents in visual art, music, dance, drama, or other related studies;
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Special Education Classes
A school or program within a school that provides services and training to students with moderate to severe mental and/or physical disabilities.
Adult Education Classes
Programs offering GED or equivalent courses for adults within regular schools, whether classes are held during evening or daytime schedules.
English as Second Language
English language classes for students whose first language is not English.
Snohomish schools — Snohomish High School is located at 1316 5th St, Snohomish WA 98290. 1316 5th St is in the 98290 ZIP code in Snohomish, WA The school district for Snohomish High School is the Snohomish School District. Snohomish High School is a Public school that serves grade levels 9 - 12.
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