School Make-Up Day, Friday, February 17
Due to the inclement weather school closure on January 18, the Selah School District will designate Friday, February 17, 2017 as its snow make-up day with classes held for all Selah students. Monday, February 20, remains a Non-School day for students in observance of Presidents’ Day. All classes will resume Tuesday, February 21.
Congrats to Eli!
Congratulations to Eli J., a Selah Academy student who recently received his acceptance letter to CWU (Go 'cats!). SA is proud of its students like Eli who are demonstrating the Viking Way as the move closer to graduation with the 3 C's: Character, Capable, College/Career ready.
Welcome to Selah Academy and Selah HomeLink. Selah Academy provides an alternative high school setting for grades 9-12 with reduced class sizes and paced learning. The learning is delivered in several methods, with traditional online learning for science and electives (teachers located off-site with computer lab support staff), blended online learning (English teacher on-site), and more traditional curriculum with on-site teachers in mathematics and social studies. Physical Education is also offered.
Selah HomeLink is a K-8 program for those who desire a blend of homeschooling and some public school supplemental support. Please call us for information at 698-8062.
Points of Pride
Selah High School Freshman, Timothy Mowery, had a good look at government in action after spending a week in Olympia serving as a page for the Washington State Senate.
Even the snow and cold of this winter was melted by the inspirational performances by the Matsiko World Orphan Choir as they performed for students at John Campbell Primary School and Selah Intermediate.