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Brookside Front Entrance
Welcome to Brookside Elementary

Nestled amongst the trees in the beautiful city of Lake Forest Park, Brookside Elementary serves the needs of approximately 400 students each year.

Brookside Campus Drone View
Brookside Campus Highlights

Brookside Elementary was originally built in 1959 and has been extensively remodeled. Students have access to both a grass field and paved athletics courts, playground equipment, band and orchestra facilitis, a library, and an extended care center. 

Brookside Banner We Love Our Kids and Families
Home of the Blue Jays!

At Brookside Elementary we love our students and families and encourage them to S.O.A.R.! 

  • Safe and Successful
  • Open Minded and Kind
  • Act Responsibly
  • Respect Ourselves and Others
PTA Awards 2022-2023
PTA Awards 2022-2023

Congratulations to our award winners for the 2022-2023 school year!

Golden Acorn Award  - Outstanding Volunteer 
Eura Szuwalski

Golden Apple Award - Outstanding Educator
Michelle Ramey

Outstanding Advocates Award 
Leslie Eck and Monique Ehrhart 

News & Events

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images of children playing, representing the YMCA BASE program

The Dale Turner YMCA will be offering their Before and After-School Enrichment (BASE) program at all Shoreline K-5 schools for the 2024-25 school year. The BASE program currently operates at Echo Lake, Lake Forest Park, Parkwood, and Syre elementary schools.

Featured Stories

Since Time Immemorial and Native American Heritage Month

The Since Time Immemorial curriculum was developed to provide educators with materials that were endorsed by all 29 federally recognized tribes of Washington State. During this year’s Native American Heritage Month, many classrooms across Shoreline School District are deepening their learning and appreciation for indigenous culture, history, and contributions to our communities. A recent visit to Highland Terrace Elementary School showcased the power that learning about Native Americans can have on our youngest learners, as they learn from the lesson “Stories and Histories of Our Place.”

Find Out More about Since Time Immemorial and Native American Heritage Month