Home to nearly five hundred intelligent and innovative young women since 2000. The SGS mission is to inspire and develop courageous leaders who think independently, work collaboratively, learn joyfully, and champion change.
We are still smiling thinking of the 6th grade Avatar presentations last week! Read more about this project, which combined technology, visual art, and performance: https://performance-arts.seattlegirlsschool.org/
Finding mentors, embracing mistakes, and finding your voice—sounds like SGS!
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Our 7th graders began their Pay it Forward project with a trip to CoCA (Center on Contemporary Art) to learn about art as a form of activism.
Our 6th graders presented their Jackdaw projects today, which included a range of dioramas, sculptures, and flash games! This student read Ender's Game (can you guess the object of the flash game she created?).
Registration for our summer STEAM Camp is now open! Learn more and register online: https://www.seattlegirlsschool.org/steamcamp/
Thank you to the students and adults of our African American Affinity Group for inviting Nikkita "KO" Oliver to join our Black History Month Community Meeting!
At SGS we are constantly inspired by our guest speakers. Here is a #throwbackthursday to when Patrisse Cullors, one of the founders of #blacklivesmatter came to our community meeting to share her story of activism with our students.
Are you an alum in 10th or 11th grade? Check out this cool summer program with Girls Who Code! Tag an alum in the comments!
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