Points of Pride

  • Selah Schools Honored During School Recognition Week!

    The State Legislature has identified this week, April 27-May 1, as Washington School Recognition Week and in Selah we’re celebrating as Selah Middle School and Selah Academy Online are being recognized.

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  • Not Even Close to Slowing Down, Selah's Transportation Team Aces State Patrol Inspection!

    Not even close to slowing down, it’s already been a busy spring for the Selah School District’s Transportation Team as it continually works to keep Selah students safe!

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  • It's a Big, Green Thumbs-Up for Selah FFA!

    It’s a big, green thumbs-up to Selah High School teacher and FFA advisor, Brad Watkins, as he and a team of budding volunteers were at the root of hard work to ensure the school’s FFA plant sale opened for business this year.

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  • A Quartet of Selah Soccer Players Make Headlines this Spring!

    Even though the athletic fields and courts are empty this spring, Viking athletes continue to make the sports headlines! Congratulations to a quartet of Lady Viking soccer players who recently scored as they were recognized earlier this spring for their soccer talents from performances this past fall.

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  • Viking Duo Selected as All-State!

    Even though their hardwood seasons are over, Selah High School basketball players Noah Pepper and Kylie Sherman have scored again by being selected to the All-State Basketball Team.

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  • SHS Students Experience the Thrill of Competition, Virtually!

    Even as schools have been closed, a group of Selah High School students still experienced the thrill of competition, virtually, and competed in the Washington Technology Student Association competition.

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  • Advocating for Education

    Selah School District representatives received an up-close look at Washington’s government in action as they visited the State Capital earlier this week as advocates for education.

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  • Keeping the Streak Alive!

    Advancing to the Washington State Knowledge Bowl Tournament is seemingly becoming an annual springtime tradition for Congratulations to the Selah High School Knowledge Bowl Team for advancing to State for the seventh consecutive year. Selah High School. After all, next month, Viking Knowledge Bowl competitors will be making the school’s seventh consecutive appearance at the state event.

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  • Lady Viks Basketball Team is State Academic Champs!

    It was a slam-dunk for the Selah High School Lady Viks Varsity Basketball Team after being named Academic State Champions by the Washington Interscholastic Activities Association.

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  • A New "Big Dog" on Campus Makes the News!

    Roy Thomas is the new “Big Dog” on the Selah Middle School campus, as he is serving as the school’s new therapy dog. See what the local media is saying.

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  • The New "Big Dog" on the Selah Middle School Campus

    Selah Middle School is welcoming its newest boy to campus….Roy! Roy Thomas is now the “Big Dog” on campus, as he will serve as the school’s new therapy dog.

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  • Selah High School FCCLA Ready to Take the State by Storm!

    On to State! Selah High School’s FCCLA Chapter is ready to take Washington by storm, as the entire contingent qualified to compete at the upcoming state contest in March.

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  • Natalie Keller has her Voice Heard at State Competition

    Selah High School freshmen, Natalie Keller continued to speak loud and clear as she had her voice heard at the State Voice of Democracy competition in January.

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  • Selah Middle School Students Have Their Plate Full!

    A trio of Selah Middle School sixth grade students have had a full plate this year as they have worked with kindergarten students in Rhonda Gonzales’ classroom to introduce the importance of good nutritional habits.

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  • Having Her Voice Heard!

    Selah High School freshmen, Natalie Keller, is performing her articulation exercises and practicing her annunciation skills as she prepares to have her voice heard at the Voice of Democracy State Competition.

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  • SHS Students Receive Hands-On Experience During Field Trip

    Selah High School computer science students received an up-close look at the industry as they traveled to Seattle to attend the TEALs Computer Science Fair at Microsoft and visited the headquarters of Amazon.

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  • It's All About the Kids

    In the big picture, It’s all about the kids. That's what teacher Brad Smith said when describing the Big Picture Learning Program at Selah Academy. In its inaugural year, Big Picture Learning (BPL) is a hands-on, innovative educational program, where the mission is putting students at the center of their learning through real-work experience.

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  • SHS Students Prepare to be Future Ready

    Selah High School students are preparing to be future ready as the skills they gain in the Career and Technical Education (CTE) Program prepare them for professional opportunities.

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  • Thank you Kathy Lambert for your Service!

    Kathy Lambert has quite a tenure in the Selah School District. Now, the District would like to extend a special thanks and recognize LamThank you Kathy Lambert for your 12 years of Board service. bert for her Board service.

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  • FCCLA LifeSmarts/Knowledge Bowl Qualifies for Nationals

    Selah High School Family, Career, and Community Leaders of America (FCCLA) will once again be packing their bags for competition as the LifeSmarts Knowledge Bowl team has qualified for the national championship this summer.

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