Shorecrest High School

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Shorecrest High School
Shorecrest High School
15343 25th Avenue NE


Coordinates 47°44′28″N122°18′14″W / 47.741108°N 122.303926°W / 47.741108; -122.303926 Coordinates: 47°44′28″N122°18′14″W / 47.741108°N 122.303926°W / 47.741108; -122.303926
Type Public
MottoSeeing far... Working close... Creating choices...
Building excellence... We are Shorecrest
Teaching staff66.27 (FTE) [1]
Enrollment1,488 (2018-19) [1]
Student to teacher ratio22.45 [1]
Color(s)    Navy Blue, Forest Green, Gold
MascotOtis, the Fighting Scot
Nickname Highlanders
NewspaperThe Highland Piper
YearbookThe Loch
Main entry, 2015 Shorecrest High School 01.JPG
Main entry, 2015

Shorecrest High School is a public high school (grades 9 through 12) in Shoreline, Washington, United States, one of two high schools in the Shoreline School District. Shorecrest was founded in 1961. Its mascot is Otis the Fighting Scot and students refer to themselves as "Scots", or the "Highlanders", a reference to the Clan Gordon.



The demographic breakdown of the 1,450 students enrolled for the 2017–2018 school year was:

In addition, 26.8% of the students were eligible for free or reduced lunch. [2]

Student media

Notable alumni

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Government, law, social activism


The following is a listing of the sports offered at Shorecrest and the state tournament championships won.

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