We inspire and empower highly capable, creative learners to lead with curiosity, compassion and courage in an ever evolving global community.
Evergreen was founded in 1963 to meet the educational needs of gifted children. Today, the core of our program focuses on teaching highly capable children with a curriculum that emphasizes curiosity, passion and creativity.
Although there are many curricular initiatives that set Evergreen apart from other educational institutions, three are at the heart of our curriculum: Global Awareness, Environmental Stewardship, and Social and Emotional learning. Through direct teaching and experiential programs, teachers weave these themes throughout all lessons and projects.
"Ocean Annie"—a.k.a author, underwater photographer and filmmaker Annie Crawley—presented today to inspire and help us understand our interconnections with the ocean, and to talk about how to mitigate environmental challenges. (First tip: Try to avoid single-use plastics!)
Our chick cam is back! Follow the 5th grade chicks in real time as they hatch. They're expected on Tuesday or Wednesday.
chicken-cam.weebly.com Evergreen 5th graders are hatching chicks!
Our annual Alumni BBQ is coming up on Tuesday, June 6, from 5:00 to 7:00 p.m. Spread the word to any interested alums! Click the link below to sign up.
Congratulations to Janet Charnley, our sustainability coordinator and science coach, whose soccer team Seattle Alliance Soccer Club recently won the gold medal in their age group at the World Masters Games 2017! This year's World Masters Games, a major international, multi-sport event held every four years, included 28,000 athletes from 106 countries who traveled to the games in Auckland, New Zealand.
Ballard High School's robotics team, including Evergreen alum Morgan Thompson ('13), won the world championship at FIRST Robotics competition last month in Houston, competing against 400 other teams from around the world. Way to go!
geekwire.com A robotics team from Seattle's Ballard High School accomplished what no program from the Pacific Northwest has ever done. The Viking Robotics team took hom
Ronnie and the kindergarten poetry ninjas...!
Writing the world around us! from Sandra Martin's 2nd grade class
Student Council's first Falcon Friday was a hit! Falcon Friday is an opportunity for students to play an organized sport during recess once a month. This past Friday: kickball!
Student Council's annual canned-goods drive, Canstle, brought in 3,681 pounds of food and other items for Hopelink—and every single class was represented!
Kudos to the many middle school girls who put on a wonderful assembly celebrating women yesterday! With dances and presentations showcasing equal rights, women here and around the world, women throughout history and today—and even a few superheroes and princesses—we watched women's stories unfold.
Classes for children ages 1 to 5 years old.
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Our mission is to improve the day-to-day quality of life for the families we serve through education for children, parent education for the adults who care for them and support for all families.
Do you want to speak Spanish? At The Spanish Class Cafe, we will give you the tools to learn to speak Spanish quickly with our concise and direct method, The Spanish Class System™. Find out why students say "The best Spanish classes in Seattle!
The Meridian Park PTSA supports our teachers, families and school through community-building events, classes, services and more.
We serve youth ages 16 to 21 who have not completed high school but want to earn their GED and go on to college, technical training and/or employment.
CRISTA is a family of seven different ministries that serve in the areas of education, international relief & development, senior living and media.
We originated by a discussion about a class/group project and how to get parts to build a class project. Where it goes from there is up to us all.