Student News
Seniors: If you are interested in presenting your Culminating Exhibition on October 31st, see Ms. LaFortune in the Career Center to sign up...why not get it done now? You'll be glad when March rolls around!
Seniors: Stop by the Career Center to set up a time for a coffee talk. We'll discuss colleges, universities, and technical school options. How do you pay for those, what is financial aid? What is an apprenticeship and how do I apply for that? Get scholarship opportunities and learn more about where to look for scholarships.

SENIOR PICTURE INFORMATION - It is not REQUIRED that you have an outside photographer take school pictures. If you'd like to submit an outside photographer's Senior picture, here are some important details that you, your parents and your photographer need to know in order to ensure your picture makes it into the yearbook.
  • Senior Picture Deadline - Friday, October 10
  • Dimensions - 1.5” (width) x 2.1" (height) pictures are portrait style - this could be slightly altered due to the design of the yearbook page. Feel free to send the original image (your photo is not REQUIRED to be this exact size; we would like to avoid losing resolution in that process)
  • Head Size - 1” (ideally head alone - 1”)
  • Background – Any (outside, solid color, the choice is yours!) Photos must be in jpeg or jpg format, ideally around 1mb/1000kb. As a general rule, photos from a phone typically do not meet these measurements. You cannot save as Powerpoint, Word, Photoshop, gif, tiff, or PDF
IMPORTANT: It is PREFERRED that you email your pictures in jpeg format to, however, PLEASE check to make sure you receive a CONFIRMATION email from Emily Chilson. If you do not receive a confirmation email within a few days, the picture WILL NOT be in the yearbook - thank you! You may also submit by disk, flash drive, or a printed copy of your picture - turn in to Emily Chilson's room or mailbox (431).

Activity bus begins again on Tuesday, September 30th. It will pick up students in the bus loop @ 3:30 PM and students have to sign in as they get on the bus. Activity buses will run every Tuesday & Thursday throughout the remainder of the school year.

The batting cage and baseball field is now open Monday & Wednesday after school.

Beyond High School night will be on October 8th, 6:00-8:00 PM in the cafeteria and commons with over 50 colleges, universities, military, apprenticeship, and employment representatives appearing. There will also be breakout sessions including: "writing the college essay", Everett Community College admissions, 4-year college admissions process, AP, and college in the high school. See the following list of attendees and breakout session schedule. Contact Kim LaFortune with questions,

Lake Stevens High School will be offering the PSAT. It is open to any juniors or sophomores that are interested. The test will be given on October 15th at 7:35 AM until around 11:00 AM. You can sign up by paying the business office $14.00 beginning September 29th. Once payment is made, students should come to the counseling office to receive their study guide. There are only 250 tests. First come, first served. See the counseling office if you have any questions.

Our district is participating in the Washington State 2014 Healthy Youth Survey on October 15th during viking period. The Healthy Youth survey includes questions related to physical activity and diet, unintentional and intentional injury, substance use, risk and protective factors, access to school-based services, and sexual orientation. Survey results are used by schools, communities and state agencies to plan programs to support our youth and reduce their risks. The Healthy Youth Survey is given to students in grades 6, 8, 10 and 12 across Washington State. Participation in the survey is voluntary and the students’ answers are anonymous. Please read the Parent and Student Notification flyer for more information about the Healthy Youth Survey.

Homecoming is coming! Moonlight Masquerade: October 18th @ Lynnwood Convention Center from 8:00 PM - 11:00 PM. Doors will open at 7:30 PM. Picture ID is required. Semi-formal dress is the attire for the evening. Tickets will go on sale starting October 8th and will continue through October 17th. They are only sold during lunches.
  • Pre-Sale Tickets: $25.00 w/ ASB or $30.00 without
  • @ Door: $30.00 w/ ASB or $35.00 without
Plan on bringing a guest from another school? You need to get a GUEST PASS approved through the main office PRIOR to the dance. No guests will be permitted day of at the convention center without a pre-approved guest pass. No exceptions.

Students are you interested in attending MIT, Yale, Penn, Tulane, or Bowden? Check out the list of informational sessions that are being held in the Seattle area.

"Magic: The Gathering"
 club is back! Come play or learn to play Magic on Wednesdays after school in room 404.
Students driving to school need to follow parking laws when parking on street.
  • No parking where signs read "Residence Parking Only"
  • No parking in church parking lots 
Traffic Safety Packets are available online and in the main office. The winter schedule for traffic safety as also been updated and posted on their page.

WESCO Athletics is the place to be for all your updated sports schedules and results. Visit it often for the most current information on LSHS sport teams. 

Health Services New Outpatient Substance Abuse Treatment Services located at Lake Stevens High School. To make direct referrals, call THS @ 425.263.3006, ext. 331, and ask for Steve Londino. LSSD students can also be referred through the Student Assistance Program (SAP) at this link. For other questions and information, please contact Steve Pitkin, Intervention Specialist, Lake Stevens High School @ 425.335.1571 or email @
  • Beginning May 20th, 2014
  • ASAM Level 1.0 Treatment Recommendations Substance Abuse Intervention, R/O early dependency
  • After school hours for LSSD students, including LSSD students currently @ Crossroads High School
  • Tuesday & Thursday: 2:30 PM – 4:30 PM until June 17th (hours will be adjusted for summer)
  • Download Forms
Technology Training Available To Entire Community.The district has subscribed to Atomic Learning, which provides thousands of short (generally 1 - 2 minute) videos that teach you how to use hundreds of educational software tools. This service is free for parents (students will receive log in instructions at school, as appropriate). To get started, follow the simple steps below: