Shelton's Cedar High School

Cedar High School

Apply to Cedar High School TODAY!
Posted on 05/13/2020
Apply for Cedar High School TODAY!

In case you have not heard, the Shelton School District has been hard at work preparing to open a new high school for the 20/21 school year. Last night, the school board approved the name of the new high school. A lot of consideration and research was spent in the naming the school. After many meetings with staff and students and multiple surveys being sent out to students, staff, families, and community members, we are very excited to announce the name of the new school - Cedar High School!

Cedar High School will serve 140 high school students in the Shelton School District. It will appeal to students who want a smaller, personalized learning environment that is centered on students. The development of this school has been guided by the core values of equity, respect, wellness, creativity, and resiliency, and the vision is to inspire students to be active, engaged citizens in their community, and advocates for their own futures. Instruction will be focused on project-based learning, where students work with community members and their peers to solve authentic, real-life problems. In addition, students will be assessed not just on knowledge, but also on collaboration, self-advocacy (agency), written communication, and oral communication.

We are now accepting applications for Cedar High School for the 20/21 school year! IMPORTANT: Students interested in attending Cedar High School must apply. For more information about the new high school and to apply, visit

Informational brochures and paper applications are also available at CHOICE and Shelton High School on Mondays from 9:00 a.m. - noon and 5:00 p.m. - 7:00 p.m., during packet distributions.

For questions, please email Stacey Anderson at

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  • 700 S. First St., Shelton, WA 98584
  • p: 360-426-1687
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