Raisbeck Aviation High School\'s aesthetic is drawn from aviation themes.  Supergraphic images - depicting aircraft, outer space, computer technology, and the history of scientific invention - enliven the hallways and provide unique identities to the classroom. Communications Wing. Photo credit: Ben Benschneider
Raisbeck Aviation High School's aesthetic is drawn from aviation themes. Supergraphic images - depicting aircraft, outer space, computer technology, and the history of scientific invention - enliven the hallways and provide unique identities to the classroom. Communications Wing. Photo credit: Ben Benschneider

Robotics Wing. Photo credit: Ben Benschneider
Robotics Wing. Photo credit: Ben Benschneider

Supergraphic Design

Environmental graphics at Lakota Middle School connects the past and present through the Lushootseed language of Puget Sound’s First People. Line graphic and native Lushootseed word for “school” at the Computer Room. Photo credit: Michael Cole
Environmental graphics at Lakota Middle School connects the past and present through the Lushootseed language of Puget Sound’s First People. Line graphic and native Lushootseed word for “school” at the Computer Room. Photo credit: Michael Cole

The poem, “Raven Gets Light”, the First People’s story of Raven, is depicted for students in the same language. Photo credit: Michael Cole
The poem, “Raven Gets Light”, the First People’s story of Raven, is depicted for students in the same language. Photo credit: Michael Cole

The english translation is located on the wall under the stairs.
The english translation is located on the wall under the stairs.

The remodeled school auditorium at Chief Sealth High School bares a portrait of its namesake on a two-sided louvered style sign with school colors – red if you’re looking west, blue if you’re looking east.  Photo credit: Michael Cole
The remodeled school auditorium at Chief Sealth High School bares a portrait of its namesake on a two-sided louvered style sign with school colors – red if you’re looking west, blue if you’re looking east. Photo credit: Michael Cole

Supergraphic Design

Welcome banners  in multiple languages along Chief Sealth High School\'s Galleria are expressions of the school’s diversity. Photo credit: Michael Cole
Welcome banners in multiple languages along Chief Sealth High School's Galleria are expressions of the school’s diversity. Photo credit: Michael Cole

Supergraphic Design