Our new facility at 401 E Pike consolidates our urban campus and includes a Black Box Theatre, Dining Hall, Gymnasium, and Rooftop Sports Field.
Updates from Spain
Seventeen NWS students and 3 faculty members have safely arrived in Seville, Spain, where they will be studying and touring for three weeks. Their... Read More
Slideshow: Middle School Advanced Theatre Production
Battle Cries of Freedom wrapped a two-day run April 8-9 at the Black Box Theatre at 401 E Pike, with outstanding reviews from all who attended. Click... Read More
Students Delve Into SAM Exhibit with Art Expert
On April 3, two sections of the NWS Spanish V class analyzed the current Seattle Art Museum (SAM) exhibit of works by Joan Miró, in a roundtable... Read More
Meet Our Students and Faculty
The Northwest School community is composed of many individuals learning and working together in a respectful atmosphere. But who are they? What are... Read More
NWS Student Athletes Selected for National Ultimate Team
This July, four NWS student athletes will compete in Lecco, Italy, on the boys’ and girls’ USA Ultimate U-19 National Teams at the biennial World... Read More
NWS Teacher Shows Photos and Film at NYU
NWS Photography teacher and working artist Lyn McCracken has been honored by the Latin American Studies program at New York University (NYU), which... Read More
Diving into Darwin: NWS’ Multi-Disciplinary Approach
This winter, more than 80 NWS students in the 10th grade immersed themselves in the world of Charles Darwin. The combined course, taught by our... Read More
Slideshow: Middle School Theatre Production
On Apr. 3, 19 NWS students performed the play Law & Order: Fairy Tale Unit in the theatre in our Main Building. Click here for a full slideshow.... Read More
NWS Alum Creates Visual Effects for TV Science Show
NWS alum Aidan Fraser’s sophisticated artwork can be seen on the popular science TV show "Cosmos: A Spacetime Odyssey." The show, airing now and... Read More
Latino Rights Activist Speaks to Students about US Detention Centers
On March 28, human rights organizer/consultant (and NWS parent) Maru Mora-Villalpando spoke to the combined 10th grade NWS Humanities classes about... Read More
Northwest Students Serve as El Salvador Election Observers
This reflection about our annual trip to El Salvador was written by NWS Upper School Humanities Chair Scott Davis — a lawyer-cum-teacher of... Read More