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NWS Track Wins Big at March Events
The spring sports season is well underway and Northwest track and field athletes have been racking up impressive honors. On Thursday, March 26,... Read More
Delightful Spring Musical Concerts
NWS Middle and Upper School students recently preformed in spring concerts at Greenlake Methodist Church, delighting audiences with a variety of... Read More
8th Graders Visit Local Sikh Centre
On March 13, 8th graders took a trip to the Gurudwara Sikh Centre of Seattle to experience one of many religions in South Asia they studied over the... Read More
NWS’s Evolution Unit Featured in National Center for Science Education Journal
NWS science teacher Mark Terry has been published in the most recent issue of Reports of the National Center for Science Education (RNCSE). Mark... Read More
Environmental Sustainability Wall Goes Live
NWS’s brand new environmental sustainability wall in 401 E Pike was christened this week by students of the Environmental Sustainability Group (EIG... Read More
Global Cultures On Display at International Night Market
Students and parents flocked to the main hallway to enjoy the culinary delights of the International Night Market on Friday, March 13. The event is a... Read More
Ninth Graders Relive History of Pompeii
NWS 9th graders explored ancient history first hand on March 11 at Seattle’s Pacific Science Center. Students took in the center’s current Pompeii... Read More
Spanish V Students Learn Through Poetry
This year, students in Lisa Blodgett’s Spanish V class advanced their language and translation skills by studying Poet Richard Blanco’s book For All... Read More
Students Sculpt with 3D Printers
Northwest School art students are engaging 3D printers in their classes for the first time this year as the arts department integrates the machines... Read More
NWS Basketball Player Wins League Honors
Congratulations to NWS sophomore Nick M., who was voted to the boy’s basketball 2nd Team All Emerald City League! The coaches throughout the Emerald... Read More
Faculty Wins Fulbright
NWS Humanities teacher Andy Meyer has been awarded a Fulbright Grant for U.S. Roving Scholars. In 2015-16, Andy will use the grant to travel... Read More
Correspondence from El Salvador 2015
NWS students and faculty sent photos and wrote home while in El Salvador, as part of our Global Learning program. Read More