Highline High School got a face lift last Friday thanks to more than 1,300 students, staff, and community volunteers. Students organized the Pirate Pride Campus Clean-up Day to spruce up the 93-year-old building.
Students identified projects, such as painting, pressure washing, landscaping, and cleaning. Community volunteers, including alumni and staff from other schools, helped with the projects.
Students initiated the campus clean-up after the failure of the bond measure that would have rebuilt the school. This event helps HHS to be more inviting for students and staff until a future bond passes. Thank you to everyone who lent a hand on Pirate Pride day.