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A field guide by SSIS students with science teacher Sharon Massey has been featured by the National Parks Service. Read more about it...
Spring Street students learn to see their families, their home communities, and ultimately themselves as participants in a much larger world. An individualized academic program hones the language (ESL) and theoretical (AP) skills necessary for collaborative thinking in the humanities, arts, and sciences. Our unique location on the Pacific Rim, in a small town at the center of the Salish Sea 70 miles north of Seattle, invites students to put theory into practice on expeditions that build individual character and group cooperation, preparing each student for success in American higher education—and life.
Academic Mastery
Critical thinking, knowledge, complex reasoning.
Internal Strength
Confidence, discipline, individual success.
Perspective
World understanding, tolerance, respect for others, compassion.
Integrity
Honesty, ethical behavior, commitment to the common good.