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Seeking Nominees for Open Positions on the 2019-2020 PTSA Executive Board

Do you like being "in the know" and "getting the scoop" at Eastlake?  Or maybe you know of someone who really enjoys getting involved at EHS...maybe?  Then please consider one of the following positions on the PTSA Executive Board next year:

  • Co-President
  • Co-Chair Ways and Means (Low-Effort Fundraising)

Don't be shy about contacting us to find out more details about these positions, what's entailed, and what the commitment will be.  Reach out to one of our Nominating Committee members to find out more!  And we can also arrange for you to chat with our current PTSA presidents if you'd like!  Inquiring does not mean committing, but serving on the PTSA is a privilege, and it just might be perfect for you!

Email us at  We'd love to hear from you!

Senior Families -- SAVE THE DATE for Senior Convocation

As part of June’s commencement celebrations for the class of 2019, Eastlake will have a Senior Convocation ceremony (formerly known as Baccalaureate) on:

  • Saturday, June 15 at 10 am  ~  Eastlake High School gymnasium 

Senior Convocation is a formal, inspirational ceremony for seniors and their families as well as teachers, administrators and members of the greater Wolf Pack community.  This event, which honors seniors as they begin a new chapter in their lives, includes a keynote speech, student and faculty speakers, a senior slideshow, and student performances. 

In previous years, Baccalaureate was held at Timberlake Church in Redmond; however, this venue is no longer available to us.  To accommodate our need of a large-capacity indoor venue that is also close in proximity to our communitythe planning committee decided to bring the event home to Eastlake.  The committee believes Eastlake is the best place for our seniors to reflect on their years at the school, celebrate their achievements, and allow them one final opportunity to come together on their high school campus. 

Senior Convocation will be a moving and memorable experience for all attending.  With the weight of worry about grades, college admissions, job searches and more lifted for most participants, relief and pride mix to create a lovely experience for everyone involved.

For more information, including why this event is no longer at Timberlake Church, click here.

Scholarships Season

Eastlake PTSA and Lake Washington PTSA Council offer scholarships to seniors. The application process is now open, with a submission deadline of March 20th for Eastlake PTSA scholarship and April 1 for Council scholarships. Find details, forms and timeline here

Lake Washington Capital Project Levy on April 23 Ballot

Lake Washington School District’s is putting forth a Capital Projects Levy on the April 23, 2019 ballot. Details on the levy can be found here.

EHS PTSA membership voted to support and endorse the measure at our January 15 membership meeting. The LWPTSA Council voted to endorse and support the Levy, and so are many other PTSAs around the district. 

Please take some time to learn the details of the proposed measure, and remember to vote on April 23!

Eastlake PTSA Awarded Gold Membership Award!

Eastlake PTSA has recently been recognized by Washington State PTA as a Gold Membership Growth Award recipient! That means that we have enrolled at least 110% of last year’s total membership - our PTSA is growing! Thank you to everyone who has become a member so far this year: YOU are the reason our PTSA achieved this award! If you haven’t yet signed up for a 2018-2019 membership, please consider joining today! By doing so, you are demonstrating your support for our PTSA and all it does for Eastlake High School. Join PTSA today!

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