Category: Community Engagement

Director Rafa Lara comes to Shoreline for free screening of Cinco de Mayo La Batalla, May 5

Director Rafa Lara comes to Shoreline for free screening of Cinco de Mayo La Batalla, May 5

“On May 5, 1862, a few thousand Mexican soldiers put their lives on the line against the world’s largest and most powerful army in one legendary battle for freedom and for Mexico.” Come learn the history behind Cinco de Mayo and celebrate with Shoreline on May 5, 2016 at 6:30 pm in the Main Campus Theater. The film will be followed […]

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Mark your calendars for fun! The Mystery of Edwin Drood opens May 13

Mark your calendars for fun! The Mystery of Edwin Drood opens May 13

Shoreline Community College presents this interactive whodunit mystery musical in Steampunk style. The Mystery of Edwin Drood is a hilarious, interactive whodunit mystery musical that allows the audience to enter the action and become the ultimate detectives. The show is based on Charles Dickens’ unfinished novel of the same name. In small town of Chesterham, England, the young and charming […]

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Shoreline Community College to host SIFF screenings May 27 through June 4

Shoreline Community College to host SIFF screenings May 27 through June 4

For the first time, Shoreline Community College will host film screenings as a part of the 42nd Seattle International Film Festival (SIFF). Twenty-seven screenings, some with Northwest connections, will take place from May 27 to June 4. Films will be announced in the coming weeks. The addition of Shoreline Community College’s theater as a member of the SIFF family of […]

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Over 600 area students visited Shoreline’s campus for the 18th annual Math Olympiad

Over 600 area students visited Shoreline’s campus for the 18th annual Math Olympiad

The 18th annual Shoreline Math Olympiad was held on Sat., March 12 on the Shoreline Community College campus. Over 600 fourth- through eighth-grade students from 18 public and private schools in Shoreline and Lake Forest Park participated in this year’s event, and more than 900 people attended the awards ceremony in the campus gymnasium. The college has hosted this event […]

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The City of Shoreline honors Shoreline Community College with Black History Month Proclamation

The City of Shoreline honors Shoreline Community College with Black History Month Proclamation

On February 1, the City of Shoreline presented a delegation of Shoreline Community College students and staff with a Proclamation in celebration of Black History Month. Mayor Chris Roberts presented the Proclamation to the delegation at the City Council Meeting. The Proclamation reminds the community of the contribution of African-Americans and the importance of our continued quest of achieving equality […]

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Shoreline’s Association of Nursing Students brings community to campus through brown bag meetings

Shoreline’s Association of Nursing Students brings community to campus through brown bag meetings

The Shoreline Community College Association of Nursing Students (SCCANS), a student-led club, facilitates a weekly Monday brown bag session aimed at broadening the scope of nursing education by providing discussion panels of social, educational, and political import. While panels often focus on topics related to career development, they also serve to broaden our nursing students’ connection to community. On Mon., […]

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Shoreline students team up with local nonprofit to tackle social  justice with a book drive

Shoreline students team up with local nonprofit to tackle social justice with a book drive

Shoreline Community College students are partnering with Books to Prisoners, a Seattle-based nonprofit that sends free books to prisoners nationwide, for a winter quarter book drive. The partnership is the brainchild of Shoreline’s Reference & Instruction Librarian Chloe Horning, who was inspired by the campus Community Read of Octavia’s Brood, a science fiction anthology exploring issues of social justice. “I’ve volunteered with Books to […]

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FIRST LEGO League brings STEM, robots, and hundreds of area students to campus this weekend

FIRST LEGO League brings STEM, robots, and hundreds of area students to campus this weekend

For the second year running, Washington FIRST (For Inspiration and Recognition of Science and Technology) Robotics is partnering with Shoreline Community College to bring the FIRST LEGO League (FLL) competition to Shoreline’s campus this Saturday and Sunday, January 23-24. A robotics competition developed for upper elementary and middle school-aged students, FLL aims at inspiring youth to take interest in science […]

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College street banners on Aurora Avenue

College street banners on Aurora Avenue

A collaboration between Shoreline Community College and the City of Shoreline to bring visibility to the college and note the community’s rich heritage of excellence in education is now on display, hanging from light poles along Aurora Avenue North from 155th Street to 165th Street. College-themed street banners were added to the light poles on Jan. 10, 2016. The double […]

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Three Shoreline cooperative preschools seek new homes

Three Shoreline cooperative preschools seek new homes

For more than 50 years, three early childhood education programs in Shoreline have been helping children and families grow, but now it is the growing number of families enrolling children in the Shoreline School District that is forcing those programs from their home and perhaps out of existence. The three cooperative preschools are North City, Shorenorth, and Shoreline Cooperative. Currently, […]

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