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  • Kamiak High School6

    Mukilteo, WA | Snohomish County


    May 26, 2013

    Nice building, that's about it. Teachers are useless and classes are worthless. Better to home school than attend this wasteful institution of higher morons. Embarrassment to the area.

    Submitted by a parent

    December 20, 2012

    when i had gone to this school the principals didnt care bout bullying. they only cared if they saw it happen. most of the time they wouldnt even give the bullier the punishment that was writen in the handbook and would only give them the lesser amount. some teachers would just give random detentions for no reason at all. most of the students that i had gone to school with were the rich snobby i am better then you type and all the less fortinate students were made to feel bad. i had seen tons of students given new cars by their own parents or that they were given a nice car and the student didnt do anything to get it just it was given to them. it just goes to show how many students dont care bout any of the less fortinate or even try to help them out. if you werent popular or werent in a clique then you were a hated outcast.

    Submitted by a student

    July 15, 2012

    So many choices and opportunities! One of the ONLY high school around to offer such a wide variety of AP courses including AP Physics C. Any given afternoon you will find clubs, sports, and activities meeting all over campus. This is a placewith a true sense of pride and buy in by students. It directly reflects the draw, which is middle to upper middle class neighborhoods. Students who enjoy subculture type groups may not feel they have a well defined niche here.

    Submitted by a parent

    April 28, 2012

    think the last reviewer should take an English class to learn proper writing! My grandkids have had a terrific education at Kamiak High. A Grandma!!!

    April 26, 2012

    This school really isnt worth going to. The teachers dont really help the students, we must "ask our peers" or its "a stupid question". They also pick favorites. Or maybe i just got all the bad teachers. Ive had three math teachers for the same classroom this year alone. 1,000 of us are supposed to fit into a cafeteria that is only supposed to hold 625 students. The price of the food is ridiculous, and i dont know how many times ive gone home with a stomach ache from the food. The people here are just as bad as the regulations. They're snobby, they dont accept people very well.

    Submitted by a student

    February 16, 2012

    As a student here in the Senior class, my experience at Kamiak has been mediocre. My peers have an inappropriate background and the academic program was not that challenging for me. I feel like some of the students tried their very best in school with honors, while some others procrastinated and did not care for their education.

    Submitted by a student

    January 29, 2012

    Amazing! Teachers are dedicated, children are good hardworking students. College is very important to children and staff! Love love this school, kids and the town of Mukilteo. Just cant say enough good about this school!

    Submitted by a parent

    October 1, 2009

    The staff is very supportive, but what really makes this school stand out are the parent volunteers and the extremely strong community support that all Mukilteo schools enjoy.

    Submitted by a parent

    September 16, 2009

    This is my sons first year at Kamiak, all his teachers are very encouraging amd helpful. The whole atmosphere at Kamiak is that of learning, and we are blessed that that is the high school that our son attends. The sports programs, and the the extra curricular activities are very good as well.

    Submitted by a parent

    May 27, 2009

    We moved into this school district in order to afford our three children the best education available. We now have one son at U.W. who is an honor student; a daughter going into 11th grade who studies long hours to make honor roll but knows that in 2 years, she will be rewarded with a college scholarship. History honors class is overwhelming as far as homework, and more indepth than any college course I have ever taken as a Ph.D. But, Kamiak is a college prep school. Sure there are a lot of students, great teachers and counselors, very fair and accomodating principal who takes a higher road to achieve greatness for the students and teachers, activities galore, but most of all, an atmosphere that is challenging, rewarding, and teaches students that with hard work and effort, you can achieve your goals and be prepared for life after high school.

    Submitted by a parent

    January 7, 2009

    Kamiak is an excellent school, but as a parent I have some concerns regarding test scheduled, some day they don t have any test and other day they have three that s not the right way. Students get exhausted and frustrated with the test score. the proper way to test days should be scheduled ahead for example every Monday will be science test, every Tuesday will be math, every Wednesday will be English, every Thursday will be Spanish and Friday will be other one. That will work great for them and the students will be more productive than stressed.

    Submitted by a parent

    December 30, 2008

    Kamiak is an excellent school for people who are willing to challenge themselves. Having done just that, I can't say much about core classes, but all the Honors and AP teachers are very good. We always have many students with superb SAT scores, and equally satisfying AP scores. Our Fine Arts program is also used to placing quite well in competitions, as are our sports teams. Overall, I couldn't ask for a better high school. After all, with all the money coming in from Boeing, the campus is very large and very nice.

    Submitted by a student

    October 9, 2008

    We moved into the school district so that our kids could attend the quality schools in this area such as Kamiak, Harbour Pointe, and Columbia. We have not been dissappointed. The teachers and staff are dedicated and really work together. Opportunities are endless for any student with clubs and specialized classes in so many diverse areas. Standards are High and communication is outstanding.

    Submitted by a parent

    June 17, 2008

    This school has a lot more opportunities than most, and students who look for and engage in them will feel better about their time spent here. The best classroom experiences at Kamiak come from those that the student applies him/herself to, so challenge yourself. The Honors/AP teachers are excellent.

    Submitted by a student

    May 23, 2008

    Our school is great! We have great teachers (Mrs. Adams, Mrs. Micheal, Mr. Kirkpatrick, and Mr. Davis to name a few.) We have great art programs and the majority of the students are good.

    Submitted by a student

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