Denim & Diamonds Auction!

Gala Dinner & Live Auction Tickets On Sale Now!     Tickets to the Gala Dinner & Live Auction on Friday, April 20, 2018 at Fremont Studios are on sale at Bidding for Good now! Denim tickets are $110 per person and include a delectable dinner from Kaspar’s, hosted wine from Gifford Hirlinger and After-Party entertainment. Diamond … Continue Reading »

K/1st Grandparents’ & Friends’ Day 3/22

Save the date!  Kindergarten and first grade will celebrate Grandparents’ & Friends’ Day on Thursday, March 22.  Cookies, coffee, tea and water will be provided for all guests. Students are to provide a sack lunch for themselves and their guests.  Guests should meet students in the classroom followed by lunch in Egan Hall. Lunch will begin at 11:00am. This … Continue Reading »

Principal’s Letter

Yesterday at 10am, two seventh grade students, Lucy B. and Maddie A. led a moving prayer service for the victims of the shooting in Florida.  Fifth graders and middle school students were invited and about 150 people attended.  Parish staff and faculty members who didn’t have students at the time came and prayed.   We continue … Continue Reading »

Don’t Miss Out!

Kay’s Art Club – space for a few more students, grades 5-8 are available.  Portal closes soon, classes begin on Thursday, March 22.  Link here to register. Debate Club – The registration portal opens Monday, March 19, 7pm.  Our newest extracurricular offering for students in grades 4 and 5 with our own Ms. Martin coaching … Continue Reading »


Assistance League of Seattle, Enrichment Scholarship Program for students in grades 6-11, offers students with limited financial resources to have a summer enrichment learning experience.  The award may be up to $500 per student, depending on the number of applicants.  Please see the attached scholarship application which includes the eligibility criteria.  Link here for more … Continue Reading »

CRS Rice Bowl – Diocese of Honolulu

You are born with breadfruit, you grow up with breadfruit and you die with breadfruit. This popular saying from the Micronesian island of Chuuk, thousands of miles off the coast of Hawaii, captures the importance of this starchy fruit. It’s a staple both for the Chuukese living in Micronesia, and for people like Micaela, who … Continue Reading »

Construction Update 3/15/18

Jambo Rafikis! We wish you a holy Lenten season and look forward to celebrating the Resurrection of our Lord with you this Easter. No doubt you have seen the construction activity on our campus. We are writing to update you on the progress of our Honor the Past, Embrace the Present and Secure the Future … Continue Reading »

Construction Update Addendum 3/15/18

As we described in the March 15, 2018 letter to parishioners from Fr. Crispin and the Executive Committee, the following is additional information on the progress of the campaign, construction and planning: By September of 2017, the Parish had raised $2.7 million of the overall stated goal of $3.266 million. With confidence that we would … Continue Reading »