Important! LWHS PTSA Needs You! Get Involved, Get Connected!
Volunteering with the PTSA is a great way  to support your students’ school, stay involved in their education and connect with new people that can help guide you through the high school years and  often become new friends! Whether you have an incoming freshman or your student will graduate soon, we would love to help you find a way to become involved. Our programs support staff, students and the community at large. Interested in supporting  parents , how about helping with; Parent Education Programming, Family & Community Engagement Activities, New Family Welcome Event, Special Needs Liaison. Interested in supporting  students ... read full article

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Kang Crier is our bi-weekly PTSA newsletter. It contains a list of upcoming events and dates; news from the school, such as Counseling Office information, letters from the Principal, and updates on sports and clubs; news about PTSA programs and events; and links to school, district, King County information.

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Fearfree SAT Practice Test On 2/29
LWHS PTSA is partnering with Princeton Review to give students an opportunity to take a low-cost, practice SAT or ACT in a real test environment at school. These are actual SAT and ACT tests from previous years, administered and scored by Princeton Review, but because this is practice, scores will not go on students’ record. Scored tests will be returned to students within 1-2 weeks in a free review session. Attendance is not required at the review session, but encouraged. Parents are invited to the review session.. SAT - February 29th, 2020 ACT - March 7th, 2020   Sign Up ... read full article

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Jan 19
No School - MLK Jr. Day
No School - MLK Jr. Day

Monday, January 20
1:00p LWHS - Course Registration Workshop Part 2
LWHS - Course Registration Workshop Part 2

Wednesday, January 22
1:00p - 1:30p
College & Career Center

JAN 22 2020
LWHS - Course Registration Workshop Part 2 MAKE-UP - For Current Students of Lake Washington High School
1:00 PM - 1:30 PM
College & Career Center
Course Registration Workshops - For Current Students of Lake Washington High School
For Students ONLY:
Lake Washington High School Counselor's will presenting a 2 part Course Registration Workshop for currently enrolled LWHS Students during their regularly scheduled day.

6:30p LWHS - Future Freshman Parent Information Night
LWHS - Future Freshman Parent Information Night

Wednesday, January 22
6:30p - 8:00p
LWHS Performance Art Center

Future Freshman night is open to all Parents/Guardians of Future Kangs.
Dear Parents/Guardians of Future Students,

If your student is a currently in Lake Washington High School's attendance area i.e.:

Kirkland Middle School,
Rose Hill Middle School,
*LWSD Choice Schools,
**Private School,
**Home School,
**On-Line School,

7:00p PTSA General Membership Meeting
PTSA General Membership Meeting

Wednesday, January 22
7:00p - 9:00p
LWHS Library
Feb 1
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PTSA (Parent-Teacher-Student-Association) is a non-profit organization of parents, teachers, students, and community members who work for the health, welfare, safety, education, care, and protection 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!

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 $24,000. Here are just some of the programs for which your donations provide essential support:
  • Staff, classroom and club grants totaling $18,000 for equipment, supplies and activities;
  • After-school College Application Workshops with hands-on support for your student;
  • Communications with parents via the Kang Crier, our online school newsletter;
  • Emergency Preparedness supplies for every classroom;
  • Senior Salute and Senior Party events that celebrate our graduating class;
  • School fee support for students in need.