In 2016 our voters approved a $116 million bond that included modernization and expansion of Lake Stevens High School and the construction of the new Stevens Creek Elementary School and the Early Learning Center. Bond dollars are also used to improve safety and security throughout the district, and to make health, educational and infrastructure improvements.
Students who speak, understand, read and write in a language other than English can earn world language credits in high school by demonstrating language proficiency. This year, 26 Lake Stevens School District students earned a total of 84 world language credits through the World Language Competency assessment.
On June 11, a total of 585 Lake Stevens High School students received diplomas at the Graduation Ceremony. This year’s graduates earned more than $1.3 million in scholarships and awards. Members of the Class of 2019 aspire to be chemists, engineers, construction managers, teachers, environmental scientists, nurses and designers. We also have several students who will proudly serve our country in the Armed Forces. Check out this fun photo slideshow!