By Sidhanth S. ’20 Between first and second quarters, the high school had a week-long Intersession, an Ideal City/Urbanization project. They studied architecture, visited Seattle and planned and created their own ideal city model. This is one of the write-ups and some of the photos the students produced. When we first arrived in downtown Seattle, […]
Emery Armentrout ’17 was the Woodinville Chamber of Commerce’s November Student of the Month. Below, read the speech that Emery gave when he received his award. “Hello, I'm Emery Armentrout, and I would like to start by saying how honored I am to be here, representing the school that I love in the city that […]
Congratulations to Emery Armentrout '17, whose hard work as a student here is being recognized by multiple acceptances and scholarship offers from colleges, and a chamber of commerce award! Emery is a WMS “lifer,” having attended from the age of 3, and graduates this June as part of Woodinville Montessori High School's first senior class. […]
Art teacher Charlene Freeman recently taught the Middle School students about painting in the style of Van Gogh. See several of them in this post. These paintings and more are on the wall in the upstairs hallway of Building 2 at North Creek, if you’d like to see them for yourself.
Woodinville Montessori High School biology students recently showed all the stages of mitosis through decorated doughnuts, then presented slideshows of their projects (linked below). Watch to see how they illustrated the process and demonstrated what they learned. The Process of Mitosis Stages of Mitosis Stages of Mitosis
High School Biology students work on a lab to investigate the properties of catalase.
Math students work with card material to learn the properties of algebra.
By Sarah A., ’21 In our first art class, Ginkgo students created Amedeo Modigliani-inspired drawings. Amedeo Modigliani was an Italian artist who liked to paint people with elongated necks and eyes that are pretty high up. These paintings are supposed to look elegant and graceful. We first drew with a pencil and then filled in […]
Middle School students performed skits about the water, nitrogen and carbon cycles in Life Science class.
This summer, Middle School teacher Alaine Davis completed an 8-week online course through Stanford University called “How to Learn Math—for Teachers,” by Jo Boaler, Stanford professor of Math Education. She learned a great deal about students' attitudes towards math, the importance of mathematical collaboration and ways to improve students’ number sense. She expects to use […]