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      1. A returning SSD parent/guardian should log into Skyward Family Access to complete all SSD yearly paperwork (can do it digitally). Note:  New enrollees in the SSD must go to the link on the SSD website under "Families-Parents & Guardians" or click here.
      2. Click on this link SA Online Application (Fillable), fill out and scan/email ( or return to the district office (316 W. Naches Ave) blue dropbox or the SA Office during business hours (7 am -3:30 pm).
      3. Click on the appropriate link below, fill out and scan/email ( or return to the district office (316 W. Naches Ave) blue dropbox or the SA Office during business hours (7 am -3:30 pm).

      After the SA Counselor/Principal has received your documents and reviewed them,  information will be communicated regarding our online learning platform(s), usernames, password, parent portals, start date, and other pertinent information via email.  

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    • What is Selah Academy BPL?  Check it by clicking on the logo below!

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      The Selah Academy Office is located in the classroom closest to the Lince Gym.  Our entrance is at the turnaround at the end of the SSD Admin parking lot.  We are open from 7 am-3:30 pm.  Please call to make an appointment (698-8062) or for answers to any of your questions regarding high school education at Selah Academy through SA Online or SA Big Picture Learning.  

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    • Students in your community need help.

      *InvestED matches up to $500 per school, per school year until funds are exhausted.

      Make Your Donation HereInvestED

      Please support students in our community by donating to our campaign. We are partnering with InvestED, a statewide nonprofit, to help meet the basic and academic needs of our most vulnerable students. One hundred percent of funds raised will support promising young people who are experiencing hardships beyond their control.

      Thank you for supporting our campaign and being a valued partner to our students and the broader community. Learn more.

      (All donations are tax-deductible and acknowledgment letters will be provided to you directly by InvestED). InvestED is a 501(c)(3) organization. Tax ID: 23-7189670. Contact them for more information.

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    • SA ATTENDANCE:  698-8062                  


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    • Welcome to Selah Academy Big Picture Learning and Selah Academy Online for grades 9-12.

      Welcome to Selah HomeLink, a K-8 program for those who desire a blend of home instruction with the parent as the primary educator with certificated teacher support for the Written Student Learning Plan (scope/sequence, etc) and supplemental on-site seminars/classess and field trips.

      Welcome to Selah K-8 Virtual Academy, online education with support from an SSD teacher and parent participation alongside their K-5 students required.

      Please call us for more information at 698-8062.

    Points of Pride

    • Backlund Honored with State Leadership Award

      Sitting atop the Selah School District’s leadership team for the past 10 years, Superintendent, Shane Backlund, has used his skills to foster equitable and quality educational opportunities that cultivate a culture of successful lifelong learning for all.

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    • Bill Harris Honored!

      Longtime Viking supporter, Bill Harris, has been recognized by the Washington Association of School Administrators (WASA) for his contributions to Selah schools and the community.

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    • A Legacy of Leadership with Selah Schools

      After 21 years of Selah service, as Shane Backlund prepares to transition to ESD 105 as Deputy Superintendent, Unleashed writer and incoming senior Natalie Keller, highlights his tenure as superintendent.

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    • Cooper Quigley Runs Away With Top Local Sports Prize

      Always in stride, Cooper Quigley, a Selah High School senior, captured the Valley’s top sports prize as he was honored as the Male Athlete of the Year during the Yakima Valley Sports Awards Annual Ceremony.

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