Points of Pride

  • It's a Sign for Selah High School Seniors!

    It has been a busy spring for seniors in the Class of 2019 as they have signed-up for their future and marched the halls of Selah schools in celebration!

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  • Selah Student Spotlighted!

    We are proud to share stories with you, such as Octavio’s, whose world shifted after joining Northwest Association for Blind Athletes (NWABA). As Octavio’s teacher, Brittany Valicoff, says, “Octavio’s confidence and independence have changed in ways that are hard to even put into words since attending Northwest Association for Blind Athletes’ summer camps.”

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  • The Selah School District Announces its Best!

    The Selah School District is definitely bragging about its best! During an evening ceremony, the Selah School District announced its Viking Way: Best of the Best recipients for the 2018-2019 school year. With that, the District honored its Certificated Employee of the Year, Classified Employee of the Year, and Organization/Volunteer of the Year.

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  • The "Blitz" was on for Selah Students!

    The “Blitz” was on for Selah School District students as they celebrated their year-long Fuel Up to Play 60 (FUTP60) commitment during a trio of assemblies featuring a visit from Blitz, the Seattle Seahawks mascot, and an appearance by Sea Gal Kylie.

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  • Selah Middle School Students Perform at Carnegie Hall!

    It is music to the ears for eighth grade choir students at Selah Middle School, as they cross the country and travel to New York City to perform at Carnegie Hall.

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  • Best of the Best Nominations Announced!

    With record setting numbers, the 2019 Best of the Best nominations have been sprinkled in blue and gold, and now the Selah School District is ready to brag about its finest and is doing so Viking Way Style!

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  • Selah TSA Students are DC Bound!

    Selah students kicked-off the first weekend of their spring break by competing at the Technology Student Association (TSA) State Conference and earning an invitation to the National Competition in Washington DC in June

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  • John Campbell Students Have a "Wheelie" Good Time with Science!

    John Campbell students have had “wheelie” good time as they enjoyed a visit from the Pacific Science Center and its Science on Wheels exhibition.

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  • SMS Students Spend An Evening With Mark Twain!

    Selah Middle School students recently spent An Evening with Mark Twain as they were recognized for earning top honors for their written work in the 2019 Samuel Clemens Essay Contest.

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  • Selah Inventors and Their REALLY BIG Ideas!

    It all starts with an idea and for Selah students their thoughts are REALLY BIG! Selah’s young inventors with big ideas competed at the Invent Washington District Competition where they showcased their unique inventions among 350 competitors.

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  • SHS Dance Team Crowned State Champs!

    Congratulations to the Selah High School Dance Team! Shaking their blue and gold pom-poms, they were named state champions!

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  • It's a Slam Dunk at Selah Intermediate as SunKings Visit

    It was a slam-dunk for Selah Intermediate students in Dawn Gunner and Jennifer Quigley’s PE classes as Yakima SunKings players made a special visit to the school.

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  • March is National Athletic Training Month!

    March is National Athletic Training Month, a time to celebrate the positive impact ATs have on work, life and sport.

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  • Super Selah Scientists!

    Super scientists from Selah Middle School displayed their scholarship and creativity skills as they recently earned honors at the 2019 Mid-Valley Science and Engineering Competition.

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  • Selah's Nutrition Services Team Helps Students Fuel Up!

    Something was recently cooking in Selah as the Nutrition Services Department helped students fuel-up to celebrate National Breakfast Week.

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  • It Takes a Team!

    Whether it is human effort or a robotic force, to rise to the challenge, it takes a team! Congratulations to Selah Intermediate School students, Miles Longmire and Andrew “Kubby” Singletary, who were up to the engineering challenge during various robotics competitions this winter.

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  • SHS Dance Team Grooves to an Academic State Championship!

    The Selah High School dance team is groovin’ to the beat as it has been crowned the 2019 Academic State Champs for having the highest grade point average among dance squads at the 2A level.

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  • Selah High School Students Visit Mt. Rainier, Virtually

    Snow blanketed the ground and the temperatures were freezing, but that did not keep Selah High School students in Bryan Dibble’s class from taking a winter field trip to Mt. Rainier.

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  • Selah Coach Hits a Home Run!

    It is not even the start of the spring sports season and Selah High School softball coach, Bill Harris, has already hit a home run!

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  • Selah High School Students Advance in Poetry Out Loud Contest

    Don’t take it personal if Ella Peters and Lauren Treolo are “saving” their voices. That’s only to ensure they are definitely heard at the upcoming Regional Poetry Out Loud Contest.

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