Facts and figures 2 2012.indd

Established: 1983. An independent, co-educational day school serving students in
grades 6 through 12.
Facts &
Accreditation: Accredited by the Northwest Association of Independent Schools and
the Northwest Association of Schools and Colleges.
Head of School: Joe Puggelli, B.A., State University of New York; M.A., Penn State
Faculty and Educational Staff: 62 women and 53 men, with 6 doctorates, 76 master
degrees, and 121 bachelor degrees.
Ratio: Student-to-teacher ratio is 8:1.
Curriculum: College preparatory.
Facilities: A satellited urban campus. The Vanderbilt Building contains Upper School
classrooms, science laboratories, student commons, administrative offi ces, traditional
library, and on-line resource center. The Arts Center contains visual arts studios, a
theatre and black box theatre, vocal music studio, instrumental music studio, academ-
ic classrooms, and physics lab. The Cardinal Union Building (CUB) contains seminar
rooms and administrative offi ces. The Temple Building contains Middle and Upper
School classrooms, an on-line resource center, a computer laboratory, and adminis-
trative offi ces, including the admission offi ce. The gymnasium contains a competition
gym, weight room, dance studio, and aerobic exercise mezzanine. Nearby community
playfi elds provide outdoor space for outdoor physical education and sports.
Our commitment to experience-based education is enhanced by our central, urban location which affords ready access to resources such as the Pacifi c Science Center, public and university libraries, museums, galleries, theaters, arboretums, waterfronts, and parks.
Enrollment: 700 students in 2013-14.
Admission: Based on student visit, parent interview with the Director of Admission,
previous school records, teacher evaluations, and an entrance examination. Most ap-
plications are processed between November and January for the coming school year.
At other times of the year, please check for available space. Students of any race,
creed, color, nationality, sexual orientation, ethnic origin, and physical challenge are
encouraged to apply.
Tuition: Tuition is determined annually by the Board of Trustees. Tuitions for the
2013-14 school year: $27,036 for grades 6-8; $28,380 for grades 9-12. Book fees and
an activity fee are additional.
Financial Aid: Over 20 percent of our families have receive some need-based
fi nancial aid for tuition each year. Application for aid is separate from application for
admission. Please contact the admission offi ce at [email protected]
or 206-324-7227 or for more information.
preparing students for college and life Seattle AcademyADMISSION OFFICE1432 - 15th AvenueSeattle, WA 98122206-324-7227206-676-6881 (fax)seattleacademy.org Upper School Graduation Requirements:
Awards & Recognitions:
• National Merit Finalists• National Merit Semi-Finalists Department
• Women’s University Club Scholarship Winner • Anne and Allegra Ford Scholarship Winner • American Fisheries Association Hutton Winner • Seattle Times Top 12 Graduates Award • Seattle Times Top Teachers Award • Washington Federation of Independent Schools • Named K-12 Technology Leader in t|h|e Journal TOTAL CREDITS
• Listed as School of the Future in the national report A Guide to Becoming a School of the Future • American Junior and High School Math Awards• Washington State Honors Winners P.E./Athletics: Students are required to take two years
of physical education for graduation. This requirement may be satisfi ed between 9th and 12th grades by play- ing team sports (soccer, cross-country, volleyball, bas- • State Speech and Debate Champions, Both Team and ketball, track and fi eld, golf, tennis, or ultimate Frisbee) and/or by taking arts electives such as dance and stage • National Speech and Debate Champion in Expository movement. Seattle Academy encourages all students to participate in interscholastic sports.
• State Youth Legislature Secretary of State and Youth Governor Service: Each trimester, opportunities are available for
• Robotics Program Competitor at Worlds Competition students to earn required service credits. Options may • United States National Ultimate Frisbee Team include work or service within the school or off-campus. The program is designed to encourage personal and • ESPN’s Rise Magazine Avatar Award Winners social responsibility. Service projects have included such • Recognized in Washington State Senate Resolution activities as volunteer work on crisis hotlines, working on political campaigns, performances in nursing homes, • Five Athletes Signed Division 1A Letters of Intent in and food drives for Northwest Harvest.
Independent Study: Available to students of high moti-
vation and proven ability who wish to pursue a subject in • State Girls' Team Track and Field Champions • State Girls’ Ultimate Frisbee Champions• State Boys' and Girls' Individual Track and Field Learning Suppport: Seattle Academy has two learn-
ing specialists on staff. The learning specialists serve as a resource referral in such areas as learning styles, • League Coaches of the Year in Soccer, Track & Field, organization, goal-setting, self-motivation, learning differ- Golf, Cross Country, Basketball, Volleyball, Tennis ences, and self-discipline. Learning Support classes are small-group support classes that help students develop skills to work within the content of our core academic curriculum. They are classes for students needing on- • Seattle Times Athlete of the Week designees going support to develop the skills and discipline needed • State Golf Champions, Both Team and Individual to succeed in our rigorous college-prep environment. Students learn to improve writing; reading for informa- tion; organizational and study skills; and self-advocacy • National Tournament Ultimate Frisbee Champions skills, while working on their content coursework. These • Heritage Music Festival (Los Angeles) First-Place are not ESL or special education courses, although teachers may work on basic skills development. Fees for • Northwest, National, and International High School this program are in addition to tuition.
• National Young Arts Foundation Merit Award Winner National Merit Scholarship: Twenty-three students
have earned either fi nalist, commended, or qualifi er rec- • Named Nation’s Outstanding Arts Program by Arts • Named Winner of Excellence in Arts Education Award by College Placement: As is typical at Seattle Academy, 100% of senior college applicants gained admission to col-
lege in 2013. 99% of seniors have specifi c plans to attend a four-year college immediately or after a planned gap
year. 84% of the Class of 2013 will attend college outside of Washington State, with California and New York State
leading the most popular out-of-state destinations. Graduates of Seattle Academy enrolled in the following institu-
tions between 2009-2013.
California Polytechnic State University, Mills College (2) Parsons The New School for Design (2) University of St. Andrews Franklin W. Olin College of Engineering Skidmore College (3)

Source: http://seattleacademy.info/wp_pdfs/Admission/FactsFigures13.pdf

Natural_solutions_for_problem_skin_adult acne_aus

skincare to soothe, clear and prevent breakouts Skin can act up at any age from hormones, stress and the environment. But the widespread myth that acne ends in your teens has made adult acne a largely unspoken issue – even though it affects a lot of women. Natio Natural Solutions for problem skin target adult acne at the core, helping to clear blemishes, control redness and prevent futur

Eça de queiroz - el difunto

En 1474, año tan pródigo en mercedes divinas para la Cristiandad, siendo rey de Castilla Enrique IV, llegó a la ciudad de Segovia, a morar en la señorial mansión que junto con extensas tierras y cuantiosas rentas había heredado, un joven caballero de limpio linaje y gentil apostura llamado don Ruy de Cárdenas. Legado de un tío arcediano y maestro en cánones, su casa alzábase al lado y a

Copyright © 2008-2018 All About Drugs