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Math Skills for the Real World
Financial Algebra at Sugiyama The financial algebra course offered at Alan T. Sugiyama High School will teach students financial responsibility, decision making, and mathematical skills necessary for the advanced financial world. Learn more about…
Vitamin D and Erica Merritt Joining Us!
Music Production and Vocal Instruction Vitamin D – Music ProductionErica Merritt – Vocal Instruction Vitamin D – Music Production Music Producer Vitamin D will conduct a residency for one quarter, starting in the…
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Alan T. Sugiyama (ATS) High School has Continuous Enrollment
Alan T. Sugiyama High School at South Lake is an option high school with continuous enrollment.  High school students enrolled in Seattle Public Schools can transfer to Alan T. Sugiyama at South Lake at any…
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School Year Dates
Dr. Joe Powell, Principal of Alan T. Sugiyama High School
Sugiyama School Leader Update
Dear Sugiyama High School Families and Staff,  We are pleased to formally announce the appointment of Dr. Joe Powell as the principal of Alan T. Sugiyama High School at South Lake (ATS).   Dr. Powell has…
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In-School Program for Parenting Teens
Parent Education Lab The Parent Education Lab (PEL) is an on-site and in-school secondary program for pregnant students and parenting teens (both male and female), to learn practical skills while enrolled in school toward the…

District News

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Fall Flu and COVID Vaccination Clinics

Seattle Public Schools is offering flu and COVID-19 vaccination clinics for children and adults.
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FAFSA and WASFA Information for Seniors

For seniors interested in college, completing a FAFSA or WASFA is one of the first steps to receive college financial aid.
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School Lunch and Breakfast

Breakfast and lunch will be served at no cost to those children who qualify for free or reduced-price meals in grades K-12.