Skyline High School (Sammamish, Washington)

Skyline High School (Sammamish, Washington)

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Skyline High School (Sammamish, Washington)

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Skyline High School is a public high school in the Issaquah School District of King County, Washington.


Skyline is the district's third and newest high school, opening in the fall of 1997. Its straddle the apex of the Sammamish Plateau in the city of Sammamish. Skyline's mascot is the Spartan, and the school colors are green and silver.

For five academic years (2005-10), Skyline was a three-year senior high school (gr. 10–12); with its students fed from the Pacific Cascade Freshman Campus, a 9th-grade-only school which also included the freshman class for rival Issaquah High School. Prior to 2005, two middle schools directly fed Skyline: Beaver Lake and Pine Lake. Pacific Cascade was reassigned as a middle school (grades 6–8) in the fall of 2010 and the two high schools (Skyline and Issaquah) regained their freshmen classes.

To accommodate the return of the freshman class, Skyline underwent a significant renovation from 2007-10 that added 24 new classrooms and science labs, a new black box theater and 3-D art room, and additional athletic facilities. Bassetti Architects was the architectural firm for the renovation.


Skyline has the reputation of being a competitive academic school, with an on-time graduation rate of 95.1%. . Skyline offers the International Baccalaureate (IB) Programe to all juniors and seniors as well as some sophomores and...
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