- Back to School
- Class/Student Placement
- College and Career Center
- College Readiness
- Curriculum Night
- Educational Technology
- Extracurricular Activities
- Fees & Fines
- General Announcement
- Health & Wellness
- Highly Capable/Gifted
- High School
- Lost & Found
- Online Learning
- Principal Message
- Safety & Security
- Upcoming Event
As a reminder, there is no school for students or staff February 19-23 for Second Winter Break.
Gibson Ek's application deadline is February 29.
Current 8th graders who want to do education differently with personalized learning, project-based challenges, real-world experiences, and time and space to master knowledge and skills are encouraged to apply.
Lottery will be held on March 1
This year's Design Exhibition will be on March 18 from 9-noon. Rather than a panel, this exhibition is set up similar to a science fair, with the opportunity to not only see your student's work but also the work of other students.
On Tuesday, March 12, 2024 all 11th grade students have the opportunity to take the SAT exam at Gibson Ek. This exam is optional. Students who are interested need to register by Friday, March 1
WANIC registration has opened this week for families of current 201s & 301s who would like to consider taking a WANIC course as an alternative to internship for their junior and/or senior year. To learn more about the program and how to register, see our WANIC information page on the Gibson Ek website.
On Feb. 20, the Washington State Auditor's Office released a report about its Accountability Audit of district bond expenditures. That day, we posted an announcement sharing the results. In today's video update, Superintendent Heather Tow-Yick shares information about the audit, as well as steps the district has taken to improve internal controls for monitoring, managing and ensuring compliance for the use of capital funds.
The district’s Bond Advisory Committee members met for the second time on Feb. 13, to hear answers to questions they asked; to learn about the Strategic Plan; hear from a student voice panel; and listen to information about safety and security, and the early learning programs. The committee will meet again Feb. 27.
Incoming kindergarten families: Please complete registration by Feb. 29! This process is an important part of our planning process, and accurate numbers help us with classroom preparation, staffing and other considerations for the incoming class of kindergarten students.
High school students, are you interested in sharing your opinion and the thoughts of your peers with our School Board next year? You’re invited to apply to serve as a Student Representative to the School Board in a non-voting, volunteer position with responsibilities that include serving as liaisons between the student body and district leaders; and letting board members and district administrators know what high school students think about many important topics.
Don’t miss the opportunity to learn more about the innovation and inspiration happening at the Issaquah School District’s only choice high school! Gibson Ek students engage in project-based, real-world learning as they find important ways to make a difference in our world. Applications to join the Class of 2028 cohort are open through Feb. 29. All eighth graders and their families are invited to learn more about Gibson Ek High School.