Six Highline Schools Receive State Education Awards; Two win awards in multiple categories

White Center Heights Elementary School earned an award for math growth

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Hard work and dedication are paying off as six Highline schools win 2013 Washington Achievement Awards, the state’s highest education award. Two schools earned top honors for achievement in more than one category.

“Our award-winning schools demonstrate that when we set high expectations and work hard, our students are fully capable of meeting them,” said Superintendent Susan Enfield. “I am extremely proud of the students and staff at all of these schools.”

Awards are based on statewide assessment data for the three previous years.

Highline schools winning the Washington Achievement Award for 2013:

Raisbeck Aviation High School earned awards for Overall Excellence and Reading Growth.

Technology, Engineering & Communications High School (TEC) earned awards for High Progress and Reading Growth.

Madrona Elementary School earned an award for Math Growth.

Health Sciences & Human Services High School (HS3) earned an award for High Progress.

Mount Rainier High School earned an award for High Progress.

White Center Heights Elementary School earned an award for Math Growth.

The Washington Achievement Awards are sponsored by the Office of Superintendent of Public Instruction and the State Board of Education.

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