Garfield HS PTSA

To advocate and act for the health, education, and general well-being of all students at Garfield High School and beyond.

Garfield High School is unique among Seattle public high schools in our diversity of families, classofferings, sports and activities, and exceptionally talented students. Garfield's Parent-Teacher-Student Association(PTSA) engages parents, faculty, students and staff in a creative collaboration that boosts the energy and optimism that keeps our school a first choice among Seattle Public Schools. We are affiliated with the Seattle Council PTSA and Washington State PTA.

The PTSA has been Garfield's most enduring school support organization. Besides the source of volunteer energy in the classrooms, the PTSA also contributes almost $200,000 in annual giving for school projects, and provides political advocacy for enhanced district and state funding for education.
With over 1600 students, 130 faculty, and a host of volunteers, Garfield is a big and busy place! There are many tools to help you navigate the building, including the school handbook, the Bark(PTSA's newsletter), the website, and e-mail updates.

Sophomore Parents! Learn more about the pros and cons of having your student take multiple AP classes in their JUNIOR year. Come to the 11th Grade AP Information Night Wednesday nigh, Feb. 15, 6PM in the Quincy Jones Auditorium.

COME VOLUNTEER -- the Garfield Purple Rain Party needs you! Adult and student volunteers are key to the success of this important (and FUN) event! It's a great way to meet other GHS families and help the school. Sign up today for a volunteer slot and help RAISE THE WOOF!

Student volunteers earn service hours and do not need a ticket.

Daily Bulletin - Garfield High School

garfieldhs.seattleschools.org

From the lunch menu to club activities, find out what's happening today at Garfield by checking out the Daily Bulletin!

garfieldhs.seattleschools.org  

Did you get your invitation to the Purple Rain Party?!
Looking forward to seeing ALL of you on Saturday, March 18th, for great food and music, performances by Garfield staff and students and an opportunity to support great public education in action.

So get your tickets right away http://bit.ly/raisethewoof2017 - you don't want to miss out!

[02/10/17]   Here’s your e-Invite to the GHS Party!

Meet Otieno Terry

garfieldmessenger.org

Read this interview with ex-Bulldog and local musician, Otieno Terry, where he offers advice and maybe even what you should be listening to these days. His current project was started right here, in the studio at Garfield!

garfieldmessenger.org Otieno Terry graduated from Garfield in 2011. As a young, local musician, Otieno shared insight on his path through Garfield and into the music industry. Garfield Messenger: What did you do after you…

Daily Bulletin - Garfield High School

garfieldhs.seattleschools.org

From the lunch menu to club activities, find out what's happening today at Garfield by checking out the Daily Bulletin!

garfieldhs.seattleschools.org  

Check out the Garfield Improv shows this week! Come to the Black Box Theater today and tomorrow after school (3:45) and then catch the last show Friday night at 7PM.

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400 23rd Ave
Seattle, WA
98122
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