Being a Shoreline student is...
“As corny as it sounds, it's been amazing to be here and have the opportunities that I've had...”
Pavielle Montes ‘15, Associate of Arts and High School Diploma
Being a student at Shoreline means having opportunities in a healthy learning environment made possible by the entire campus community. This is expressed through Shoreline's community standards statement. You'll also love our campus; it's easy to get around and has a gorgeous, natural setting.
Through campus events, you'll have the chance to engage a broad array of professionals from manufacturing, documentary filmmaking, international non-profit organizations, executives of leading corporations, visiting faculty from local and international universities and more.
Visiting speakers have come to campus from the Bill & Melinda Gates Foundation, Monsanto, Oxfam, WA State supreme court, U.S. Navy, CARE, the consulates of Japan, Mexico, and Canada, to name a few.
The Associated Student Government supports over 40 different clubs and organizations. These groups bring students together who share similar interests in hobbies, areas of study, cultures, athletics and more.
Learning support centers provide special services or act as a mix between a library and tutoring center. For example, at the Math Learning Center you can just study there, but also get help from faculty or advanced students who can answer questions about math.