Apr 21
1:00p CAW Spring Presentations
CAW Spring Presentations

Wednesday, April 24
1:00p - 2:00p

Making the most of college fairs
May 1
9:00a Coffee With C. for Incoming Freshman Parents
Coffee With C. for Incoming Freshman Parents

Wednesday, May 1
9:00a - 10:00a
LWHS Career Center

Principal Thomas will be available to answer questions from parents of incoming freshmen

1:00p CAW Spring Presentations
CAW Spring Presentations

Wednesday, May 1
1:00p - 2:00p

You've Been Accepted, now what? Tips from a college professor.
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Senior Party Tickets - Bus Sign Ups
Senior Party: Looking Ahead Bus sign-ups will start on April 23rd (lunch), 24th (after school), and 25th (lunch) . To sign up, a ticket must be purchased and a completed/signed Release Form must be submitted either prior to or on the day of sign-ups. Additional sign-up days will be held in May and June. If students have any life threatening allergies, they must fill out the Allergy Release Form.  Ticket price increases from $180 to $200 on May 1st. Tickets can be purchased anytime online. Tickets include transportation, food, activities, and entertainment all-night long. Tickets are non-refundable. Contact us regarding ... read full article

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          Opportunities This Week: Phone/Text Banking Let's do this together. This activity makes a difference and helps turnout the vote. Come for one or more dates and stay for an hour or more. All are welcome!   First PTSA Phone/Text Banking - TONIGHT PTSA Dates: Wednesday, March 27: 4:30-7:30, Tuesday, April 2: 4:30-7:30, Monday, April 15: 4:30-7:30 Sign up HERE Location: LWEA office, 10604 NE 38th Pl # 212, Kirkland, WA 98033   Doorbelling - One Time Only! When: March 30th - THIS SATURDAY We have an urgent need for more people to help with doorbelling! ... read full article

College Application Presentations Weds
Spring: In February, the College Application Workshop shifts focus to helping students with their college exploration process. Weekly presentations are held on Wednesdays, right after school. Topics include “College Planning: How to Find the Right Fit”, “Pre-Med and More”, “Is Computer Science the Right Major for You” and more.  All presentations are held on Wednesdays after school at 12:55pm and pizza is provided. Presentations are open to all students, registration is not required. We encourage parents to ask their kids what they learned as these are student-only events. List of Presentations ... read full article

Kang Crier Newsletter
  The  Kang Crier  newsletter is the primary communication method that LWHS PTSA uses to provide information to LWHS families. You can view our newsletter online by clicking an issue below, or click and subscribe  to have it delivered to your inbox. 2018-08-22 Kang Crier #1 2018-09-05 Kang Crier #2 2018-09-19 Kang Crier #3 2018-10-03 Kang Crier #4 2018-10-17 Kang Crier #5 2018-10-31 Kang Crier #6 2018-11-14 Kang Crier #7 2018-11-28 Kang Crier #8 2018-12-12 Kang Crier #9 2019-1-9 Kang Crier #10 2019-1-23 Kang Crier #11 2019-2-6 Kang Crier #12 2019-2-20 Kang Crier #13 2019-3-6 Kang Crier #14 2109-3-20 Kang ... read full article

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PTSA (Parent-Teacher-Student-Association) is a non-profit organization of parents, teachers, students, and community members who strive to better the lives of children. We are part of an association that is organized at the local, state, and national levels.

Please join our Lake Washington High School PTSA!

  • Become part of a team that makes a significant difference for LWHS students, teachers & staff.
  • Make your voice heard by joining the largest child advocacy organization in our state, the WA State PTA, and in our country, the National PTA.
  • Gain access to the LWHS online student directory and receive discounts to FedEx Office, Great Wolf Lodge, Wild Waves and more.
  • Get to vote on key decisions that guide our LWHS PTSA, including budget, programs, grants and officer elections.

Please donate to the “Pass-the-Pouch” fundraiser!

Watch our Curriculum Night Video
The only PTSA fundraiser of the year, “Pass-the-Pouch” generates the income necessary to finance our outstanding student and school support programs. We strive to make every dollar count! With your help, we will reach our goal of $23,000. Here are just some of the programs for which your donations provide essential support:
  • Staff, classroom and club grants totaling $14,500 for equipment, supplies and activities.
  • After-school college application workshops with hands-on support for your student.
  • Our online parent newsletter, Students-In-Need fund, and Emergency Preparedness supplies.
  • $4,000 in scholarships to outstanding graduating seniors.
  • Senior Salute and Senior Party events that celebrate our graduating class.