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六合之家 District Recognized as 2024 Best School District in Washington

The 六合之家 District is proud to be recognized as the #1 School District in Washington for 2024 by Niche. The district earned this ranking by scoring highly in many factors that aim to capture what it鈥檚 really like to be a part of our learning community.Read More

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六合之家 Choice School, Language Programs and Online School Profiles

六合之家 offers many unique opportunities for students, including choice schools and programs and an online school, to best suit their learning needs and future goals. Learn more about current offerings and apply to enroll.Read More

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Community Engagement Opportunity for Big Picture and Jing Mei Communities: Options for Moving Buildings

The district is currently working on plans to move both Big Picture and Jing Mei to newer, existing buildings and invites both communities to participate in the decision-making process. Community engagement opportunities will be offered in the month of April.Read More

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Mascot Change Evokes Mixed Emotions for Sammamish Staff, Students and Alumni

Sammamish High School administration embraced the April 26, 2021 state law, HB 1356, 鈥減rohibiting the inappropriate use of Native American names, symbols, or images as school mascots鈥 and moved quickly to include the students and community in the deciding on a new mascot. Student leaders along with the student body overcame mixed emotions about the change, and the student body voted for the “Red Hawks鈥 to start this school year after 62 years as the 鈥淭otems.鈥 Read More

The 六合之家 District acknowledges that we learn, work, live and gather on the Indigenous Land of the Coast Salish peoples, specifically the Duwamish and Snoqualmie Tribes. We thank these caretakers of this land, who have lived and continue to live here, since time immemorial.