News from Around Villa
Head of School John Milroy updates the Villa Community on the Coronavirus
Villa sixth graders have adopted the 20 new Washington native conifer trees our community planted during Fall Stewardship Day.
These authentic projects help students understand real-world math connections and applications.
An essential part of the STEAM initiative at Villa is ongoing faculty professional development.
As part of their reflection on their stay at North Cascades Institute, sixth graders learned storytelling and video production techniques to create videos.
With 6 wins, no losses, and 1 forfeit for the season, the "VOLLA" baseball team wins the championship game with a score of 9-1.
It's time to say goodbye to our 8th graders and wish them well in their next adventures!
STEAM in action as students researched, designed and built nesting houses and planted pollinator-friendly plants in the Villa garden.
Our class of 2013 is now graduating from high school and moving on to universities around the country.
Our fifth graders practiced their presentation and math skills as they learned how to choose and track stock market investments.
We celebrated our 8th grade parents with a special event where we reflected on our wonderful years together.
Read excerpts from the letter our arborist Scott Baker wrote to the City Department of Construction and Inspections.
During Advent Season, our entire community comes together to extend our helping hands to people in need outside our community.
Seventh graders learned about profits, marketing, and more as they worked together to create stores selling handmade items.
Recently, Mrs. O’Neil’s 5th grade math class competed in a statewide Fall 2016 Story Problem Challenge Event run by the Center for Game Science at the University of Washington.
Congratulations to the girls on our 6th grade soccer team for their amazing 2016 season!
Washington Green Schools awards Villa a Level 3 certification