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The Shorewood High School PTSA vision statement:

We commit to supporting students in preparing for life after high school as caring, capable, and joyful young adults. We do this in partnership with the school and community organizations by co-creating relevant education, an appreciation of difference, and a safe learning environment for every student.  

See our Shared Beliefs here.

We provide programs that include: 

  • Staff and Student Club grants

  • Staff appreciation lunches

  • Funding for homework support programs, intervention, career center opportunities, and advanced enrichment programs

  • Cupcake surprise!

  • Student scholarship funds

  • Shorewood PTSA newsletter 

  • Community services such as the WORKS

  • Advocacy for children at all levels of government

  • Parent education speakers

  • And more!

Diversity, Equity and Inclusion

The Shorewood High School PTSA Board of Directors stands firmly behind the district’s decision to prioritize the safety and support of LGBTQIA+ and Black, Indigenous, and People of Color (BIPOC) in our school community. 


Our values of diversity, equity, and inclusion are rooted in a strong belief that, as a school community, we can only thrive if all families and students of historically marginalized groups fundamentally feel like they belong, and that they are seen and heard. 



Mental Health

The Shoreline Council PTA has created a mental health committee to focus on these issues in our school system.  If you or someone you know needs support, please see this list of resources for:

  • learning about conditions

  • talking to someone now

  • mental health providers

  • psychologists

  • support groups


Follow us on Facebook to see current school & community events, student activities, clubs, education advocacy news and more! Click the box to be directed to our Facebook page! 


2023-2024 Calendar

PTSA Meetings:

Wednesday September 13, 7pm

Wednesday October 4, 7pm

Wednesday November 1, 7pm

Wednesday December 6, 7pm

Wednesday January 10, 7pm 

Wednesday February 7, 7pm

Wednesday March 6, 7pm

Wednesday April 3, 7pm

Wednesday May 1, 7pm

Wednesday June 5, 7pm


Shorewood PTSA needs you to help us support our students and staff through our programs and advocacy efforts. 

Job descriptions are linked here.  If you are interested, please contact​

2023-2024 PTSA Officers

Co-President - Shannon McMaster -

Co-President - Kaija Dalan -

Secretary - Megan Menis -

Treasurer - Michael Nakayama -

Are you looking for a minimal time commitment but highly impactful volunteer opportunity? Forefront Suicide Prevention is looking for caregiver/parent volunteers!

Suicide is the second leading cause of death of youths in Washington and the US. Shorewood and Shorecrest participate in Forefront in the Schools, a program designed by UW to guide schools through policy development and curriculum improvements to help address mental health and suicide prevention efforts.

Twice a year we give a suicide prevention presentation and we need presenters! For more information, click here.  

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