Welcome to Stanwood High School!  The main office is open Monday-Friday from 7 a.m. to 3:30 p.m.  We will be able to take fee funds from 7 a.m. to 3 p.m.

To locate the school daily bulletin, please click on news on the top menu bar and then select daily bulletin.

Did you miss the graduation requirement presentation on February 11th?  If so, please go to "Counseling" on the menu bar and click "Graduation requirements" to review the slides and handout from the presentation.

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Students can pay late registration for the AP tests  February 24th - March 6th in the SHS main office.  Forms are available in the counseling office.  Tests will be $94 plus the $40 late registration fee totaling $134 per exam.  Free and reduced pay only the late fee of $40.  There will be no more tests ordered after March 6th.  Students still need to go to and register their test online as well.

We will not have school on February 17th due to our Mid-Winter Break.

On Tuesday, February 18th, we will have grade level assemblies in the Performing Arts Center for Martin Luther King Jr. presentations.  Here is when students will go:  11 and 12 - 2nd period, 10 - third period, 9 - 5th period.

Seniors - you can now apply for the local scholarships through Stanwood-Camano Area Foundation (SCAF). The lists of available scholarships and instructions for application ca be found on the SCAF website at
Deadline is 4 p.m. on March 9, 2020.

Press Release - Scholarship Cycle Open 19-20.pdf

For more information, please contact the Stanwood-Camano Area Foundation at (360) 770-5842; or the SHS Counseling Office.

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Here is our new vision statement:  Stanwood Spartans are united in cultivating character, modeling respect, teaching leadership and connecting to community.

The district has a program to recognition employees as Employee of the Month.  To nominate a staff member, please click on this link: Employee of the Month Award  

We are pleased to announce that we were named one of the 2020 Top 5,000 STEM high schools in the United States.  We are number 4,734 out of about 26,400 public high schools.  We are being honored for our excellence in science, technology, engineering, and mathematics by Newsweek and  To see the complete list, please go to the following website:

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We would like to remind our families of the importance of attendance. We understand that students miss school for a variety of reasons, many that cannot be predicted or prevented. However, we also know the research shows that missing even 10 percent of school, or about 18 days in a year, can negatively impact a student’s performance. If your child is experiencing mental, emotional, or physical health issues that result in excessive (more than two in a month) or long term absences please contact their counselor, the school nurse, and/or the Dean of Students, Denise Eichler, to discuss an attendance plan. Attendance plans allow us to help families find support for their child if needed, provide appropriate care and support for the student while they are at school, and/or manage academic plans to ensure our students do not fall behind in their classes or credits. Finally, if you are seeking support to get your child to school or getting them to stay there, for any reason, please contact us. We are ready to partner with you to remove barriers to attendance and your child’s academic success!

Upcoming Activities:
February 12th - Knowledge Bowl (away)
February 14th and 15th - Boys swim prelims (away)
February 15th - Wrestling regionals (away)
February 18th - Martin Luther King, Jr. grade level presentations
February 18th - Shining Start and Volunteer Award presentations at school board meeting 6 p.m.
February 19th - Student senate meeting
February 20th - Advisory
February 21st and 22nd - Boys state swim, Wrestling state (away)
February 21st and 22nd - Science Bowl tournament (away)
February 25th - Hi-Q tournament (away)
February 27th - FFA Prime Rib Dinner (here)
February 28th - Skagit Valley College and Everett Community College here to help with applications

March 6, 7, 12, 13, and 14 - SHS Godspell musical @ 7 p.m./$10 for adults and $8 for students.

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For the 2019-2020 school year calendar, please click on the file below.
2019-20 School Year.pd


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