A two-year degree from Highline will make you more money than you would get by studying someplace else.
Highline was recently ranked No. 25 on a nationwide list of the best colleges for salary for an associate degree.
After weeks of unsuccessful negotiations and threats of legal action, teachers in the Highline School District have agreed to resume in-person instruction starting today, March 11, nearly two weeks after the district originally planned.
The news was announced Tuesday morning by Dr. Susan Enfield, who is the district superintendent.
Required distance learning may be coming to an end for Highline Public Schools as the district’s hybrid plan gets up and running starting today, but the instruction style has proved sufficient for many students and families, district Superintendent Dr. Susan Enfield said.
As a result, remote learning will continue to be offered for some students in the fall.
Amid vaccine confusion and widespread fears amongst teachers about the COVID-19 pandemic, Highline Public Schools still plans to resume modified in-person learning next month for those who want it.
As it stands, schools in the district have been closed to most students since last March, when Gov. Jay Inslee issued a shutdown order.