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  • 2014-15 New School Start Time!

    In an effort to bring consistency around student/teacher contact time across all Edmonds School District high schools,  Edmonds-Woodway High School, along with Meadowdale High School, will have a new bell schedule next school year.  Please note that classes will start at 7:20 am each day, instead of 7:30 am, and end at 1:50 pm.  Buses will run at the same times and school will end at the same time.  However, first period will start ten minutes earlier. 

    The rationale for the new bell schedule:

    a)   Edmonds-Woodway High School and Meadowdale High School have had ten minutes less of mandatory student/teacher contact time compared to Mountlake Terrace High School and Lynnwood High School.  For reasons of equity and to maximize student time with teachers, all our high schools’ bell schedules will be aligned.  With this new schedule, all four high schools will start first period at 7:20 am.

    b)   In addition, the increased student-teacher contact time at Edmonds-Woodway High School and Meadowdale High School will give the school district flexibility to allocate time for teacher professional development without violating state-mandated student-teacher contact time requirements.

    If you have any questions, please feel free to contact the school at 425-431-7900.

    Miriam M. Mickelson, Principal 

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   Edmonds-Woodway High School
7600 212th Street SW
Edmonds, WA 98026
425-431-7900
CEEB High School Code: 480344

Administration
Principal:  Miriam Mickelson
Assistant Principal:  Geoff Bennett
Assistant Principal:  Allison Larsen
Assistant Principal:  Ashley Griffith
 
 
Our program reflects our belief that all students
can learn at significantly higher levels. Our coursework
is marked by academic rigor, a commitment
to standards-based assessment, and critical engagement.
Our curriculum reflects high expectations for all students
and approaches instructional strategies with
creativity to assure student success.
 
Edmonds-Woodway houses several unique programs
such as the International Baccalaureate Program and
our Deaf & Hard of Hearing program.
 
EWHS is an official "Grammy Signature School" and
in 2006-2007, two students were named
to the official Grammy® band.