Bond 2017 (SHS, LHHS, LA, SAR, MAINT)

For the past two years the district has obtained input from community members, staff and students on plans to replace Stanwood High School and to provide a new facility to house Lincoln Hill High School, Lincoln Academy and Saratoga School.  The Stanwood-Camano School District's Board of Directors approved a resolution to put a bond measure on the February 14, 2017 ballot. The proposition, "Bonds to Construct, Renovate and Improve School Facilities" would not increase taxes for property owners.  

To learn more about our upcoming bond, click on the following Bond Facts link:


To see the YouTube video, featuring high school students, community members and staff, click the following link:


Stanwood High School hosted a "Bond Proposal Meeting" for the community on December 5th.  Chis Lilley, Managing Principal, McGranahan Architects, presented a slide show, describing the project overview and project size and scope.  To view the presentation, click on the icon below.

  SHS Comm Open House 2016.12.05


The Stanwood-Camano community is invited to an informational meeting at Stanwood High School to learn more about the February 14, 2017, bond proposal.  The project architect and district staff will present information.


Where:  Stanwood High School Library

              7400 272nd St. NW, Stanwood


When:   Monday, December 5, 2016


Time:    5:00 p.m. to 7:00 p.m.



  • Review project details
  • Tax rates
  • Project timelines
  • Questions and Answers
  • Tours of current facilities
For more information contact:  Joy Rusko at 360-629-1222

What is the capacity of the proposed high school replacement?

We have reviewed the school capacity information provided by Chris Lilley, McGranahan Architect, and have also discussed this matter with him, personally.  Here's what we found out:

  1. The proposed school replaces all of the existing teaching stations, whether presently used or not.
  2. Based on our current SHS enrollment of 1200 students, the school would be at 58% capacity.
  3. Normal high school capacities max out at approximately 83%.
  4. At 83% efficiency, the proposed school would have room for approximately 1700 students.
  5. At full capacity of 1700, all teaching stations would be utilized and class sizes would be at the recommended maximum.