Our annual Bloom’n Plant Sale started on Wednesday, April 25th and runs through Saturday, May 12, 2018.  Hours will be Wednesdays, Thursdays and Fridays 12:00 p.m. – 5:00 p.m. and Saturdays 10:00 a.m. – 3:00 p.m.  We are growing annuals, perennials, vegetable starts, herbs and baskets.  Come check us out at the back part of campus (use the baseball field parking lot area to enter).

This is an announcement for all senior students regarding prom. Prom this year will be held on May 5th from 8 p.m. - 11 p.m. at Lord Hill Farms in Snohomish. Tickets will be going on sale on April 23rd and will continue until the 27th. Ticket sales will be happening during both lunches in the commons. Tickets are $40 and will not be sold at the door. If you are bringing a guest your dance pass must be turned in to the office by April 20th. No one over the age of 21 is allowed at the dance.

*Senior class officers are asking students to complete a prom ticket info slip before purchasing prom tickets. Please click on the link below for the slip.

document Prom Ticket Info form (9 KB)

Want to know more about specific requirements for Advanced Placement (AP) or Honors courses for 2018-2019 school year?  Come find out all the details for these courses on May 8th at 6:30 p.m. in the SHS library.  We will outlines responsibilities, work load, and expectations students need to commit to for the courses.


We will provide HIV/Aids training for grades 10, 11, and 12 on Thursday, May 17th during advisory.  If you chose to opt your child out of the training, please print off the form below and turn in to the main office.  Thank you.

pdf HIV/Aids training opt out form (20 KB)


Stanwood placed 10th as a team in the large schools division. Team members are:  Emma Bash (sports medicine), Sydney Brager (sports medicine), Stephanie Yerigan (sports medicine and 34th overall individually), Myranda Schlosser (sports medicine), Brandon Perez (sports medicine), Lindsey Crawford (sports medicine), Karis Brooks (medical terminology), Hunter Corbett (medical terminology), Chloe Douglas (exercise physiology), Sofiya Demchuk (exercise physiology), Neveah Patterson (CPR), and Kyran Quinn (CPR).  Karis Brooks placed 10th in the medical terminology event.  The student forum presentation team of Madeleine Hepper and Peyton Wickstrom placed 2nd for their presentation "The effects of exercise on cognitive function".  In the taping event, Stephanie Yerigan and Taylor McCall finished in the top 20 out of 100 competitors.  Congrats to all competitors!

We will offer study tables/detention after school 2:20 - 3:30 p.m. on the following dates:

April 10, 12, 17, 19, 24, and 26

Here are the recently elected ASB and Class Officers for 2018-2019 School year:


President - Sadie Johnson

Vice President - Kayla Vaughn

Secretary - Kaitlyn Reid

Treasurer - Kendra Hass

Public Relations - Trent Austin

Print Media Team - Savannah McEwen and Milla Miller

Web Media Team - Madison Moore



President - Katie Cleary

Vice President - Maddy Fay

Secretary - Annie Dwyer

Treasurer - Ellie Wickstrom



President - Gabby Hoidal

Vice President - Christian Banuelos

Secretary - Zak Christianson

Treasurer - Christian Steiner



President - Lucy Soriano-Sanchez

Vice President - Shailee Polnasek

Secretary - Aleena Wiegand

Treasurer - Savannah Thornock



Ashley Sellers and Matlyn Miller

Savannah Jones and Jamie Bartlett

Please take a look at this Teen Suicide Prevention Video. It is authentic and a great reminder for us all.

We will offer the SBA English Languge Arts test on April 24-26th.  All tenth grade students will take the test.  Please be here on time each day.  Ninth grade students will also need to come at normal time for advisory activites.  Juniors and seniors who have already passed the test can come later - watch for a testing schedule to be sent out.

Click on the link below to see the fees for this year.

pdf SHS Fees 2017-2018 (26 KB)

The Stanwood High School Hi-Q team competed in the National Hi-Q Competition on Friday, April 13, earning 2nd place.  They competed against teams from Alabama, Wisconsin, and Pennsylvania, via an online video-conference.  (The Pennsylvania team defended their 2017 championship.)  The final scores were:  Pennyslvania 48, Washington 44, Alabama 33, and Wisconsin 27.

2018 Hi-Q Team, pictured (click link below to see photo), front row, left:  Cole Welch, Caroline Dolan, Lucy Cunningham, Hannah Grierson; back row, Logan Ritterbush, Jack Softcheck, Jeffrey Rahman, Henry Johnson, and Carrie James, Coach.

image Hi Q 2018 Nationals (1.05 MB)

Please click on the link below to see the document that explains the learning standards and testing for our state.

default State Learning Standards and Testing (68 KB)


Stanwood FBLA competed at FBLA State in Bellevue during Spring Break, April 4th through April 7th.  Our FBLA chapter sent 23 students to compete; and once again we have a solid group of 4-5 Stanwood FBLA competitors who became eligible for FBLA Nationals in Baltimore this June.  Please click on the link below for all award winners.

pdf FBLA state 2018 results (327 KB)

The way students can log in to various sites and their school account has changed.  Please review the attached document on the latest information.

pdf Student log in for 2017-2018 (90 KB)



We will hold our National Honor Society Induction Ceremony on April 26th.  This event will be in the Performing Arts Center at 7 p.m.

Stanwood High School offers study tables on most Tuesdays and Thursdays after school in the main library (2:20 - 3:30 p.m.)  This is also where students can serve detention.  Click on the link below for the calendar.

pdf Study Tables/Detention Calendar 2017-2018 (77 KB)

On April 24th-26th we will be giving the English Language Arts test for 10th grade.  We will be on a different bell schedule that entire week.  For the schedule, please click the pdf document below.

pdf SBA ELA testing week bell schedule (54 KB)


Our Team Hope club recently created an awareness video.  You can view the video at:


We are excited to announce the groundbreaking day for the new SHS building will be on Wednesday, May 23rd.  Please read the attached flyer for more information.

pdf SHS Groundbreaking announcement (312 KB)

Beginning with the Class of 2021, students will be required to have 24 credits to graduate.  For more information, click on the link below.

pdf Change in credit requirement beginning with Class of 2021 (41 KB)