Scriber Lake High School is one of the five high schools in the Edmonds School District. It is a small alternative learning high school of approximately 150 students in grades 9–12. Students who attend Scriber Lake are expected to meet all district and state standards and they graduate with an Edmonds School District diploma. Many students attending Scriber Lake High School are more successful with experiential learning and classes are offered to meet these needs. Students are also more successful due to small class sizes, more one-on-one attention, and careful monitoring of progress.
Scriber Lake is a school of choice and students must attend an informational meeting, apply, and interview for placement in the program. Registration for the information meeting is required here. Nearly all students are accepted as long as Scriber Lake’s program can meet their needs.