A-I offers alternative education for high school students. In 2010, A-I High School implemented new programs to…More ensure students' academic success. One of the most exciting aspects for the A-I High School program is the partnership between Clover Park School District and Clover Park Technical College. This partnership will allow the high school students, interested in a technical and/or trade-related fields, to participate in the college's Northwest Career and Technical High School. A-I High School students have access to online credit retrieval courses through the Internet Academy.
A-I High School students can move forward to Clover Park Technical College's (CPTC) Northwest Career and Technical High School as high school juniors. Eligible students will be given priority entrance into the following CPTC programs:
Tyee Park Elementary was originally constructed in 1958 and is located in the residential area bearing the same…More name. The school was built on the site of a one-time harness racing track. Carrying on the Native American theme, the school has a Seminole Road address and the sign that greets visitors is decorated with Native American petro glyphs.
Tyee's mission statement is: "Tyee Park, in partnership with community, staff, parents and students, provides a positive environment that nurtures and supports academic excellence, social growth and responsibility in a diverse and changing world." The school's mascot is the tiger.