Principal's Message

 Vicki Pucket

Hello Islander Parents:  It’s hard to believe that October is almost gone. Fall is under way and students are busy getting into a well-established routine as we settle in to the rainy season.  Each month I try to be brief in the news we share with you because we realize you are very busy too.  Read more...

 

 

 


Latest Mercer Island High School Headlines

Latest District Headlines

  • Mercer Island Schools Foundation hosting Phone-a-Thon Monday, Tuesday

    Monday and Tuesday evening nearly 200 Mercer Island volunteers will be making phone calls for donations to the Mercer Island Schools Foundation as part of the annual “All in for Kids” Phone-a-Thon.
     
    “Please answer the call on Nov. 3 and 4 in the early evening as Mercer Island Schools Foundation volunteers including local parents, teachers, principals and other school staff reach out to the Mercer Island community for support,” said Mercer Island School District Superintendent Dr. Gary Plano.Read more...
     
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  • Developing story on school violence in Marysville, Wash.

    Mercer Island School District Superintendent Dr. Gary Plano released the following statement regarding the Oct. 24 violence at Marysville-Pilchuck High School:

    “This morning our community received terrible news about another episode of gun violence at one of our region’s public schools. Our thoughts and prayers are with those impacted by the shooting at Marysville-Pilchuck High School." Read more...
     
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  • Read the fall District News online now Fall 2014 District News

    The most recent print edition of the Mercer Island School District News will arrive in residential mailboxes on Mercer Island next week, but it can be read online now.

    The fall 2014 edition highlights the first two months of the school year, including:

    • a message from Superintendent Dr. Gary Plano;
    • how students and staff managed recent Mercer Island water-quality issues;
    • recognizing National Merit Scholarship Semifinalists;
    • celebrating academic achievements; and
    • looking at new security features at Mercer Island elementary schools.
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About MIHS

The Mercer Island School District has one comprehensive high school, one middle school, three elementary schools and the Crest Learning Center – an alternative high school program. Crest grades are housed on the MIHS transcript. Local private and parochial school students also matriculate to Mercer Island High School. 94% of high school age students on Mercer Island attend Mercer Island High School. There are approximately 4,045 students attending school in the district, of which approximately 1,448 are in grades 9-12 at Mercer Island High School.