The Seattle World School provides middle and high school students who are new to the United States with a supportive learning environment where they can learn English while studying academics. Jack Straw has brought our arts & technology programs to the school since 2011, working with World School students from many different countries to help them strengthen their new English language skills, share their cultural traditions, and develop their technical skills.

Projects at Seattle World School

Seattle World School 2019: Immigration Portraits READ MORE >

Seattle World School 2018

Seattle World School 2018: Hear It from Me: American Dreams and Realities READ MORE >

Seattle World School 2017: Our Bill of Rights

Seattle World School: Our Bill of Rights 2017 READ MORE >

Seattle World School 2017

Seattle World School: Sounds from Home 2017 READ MORE >

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Seattle World School: Guitar Class 2017 READ MORE >

Seattle World School: Immigration Portraits 2015 READ MORE >

Seattle World School: Everyday Scenarios 2014 READ MORE >

Seattle World School: Holiday Moments 2014 READ MORE >

Seattle World School: Teacher Interviews 2014 READ MORE >

Seattle World School: A World of Memories 2013 READ MORE >

Seattle World School: Poetry Moments 2013 READ MORE >

Seattle World School 2012: Poetry Moments READ MORE >

Seattle World School: Health Talk 2012 READ MORE >

Seattle World School: Food Talk 2011 READ MORE >

Recent Posts About This Program
Keeping Art, Culture, and Heritage Vital from a Distance

July 10, 2020

Blind Youth: Telling Your Story: After 23 years working with blind and visually impaired youth in our studios every summer, this week we started our first online program for blind and visually impaired high school students. Working with a team of ten Jack Straw artists, teens are creating original radio theater and music projects. We […]

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