Marlen Bonilla, Attendance Specialist
206-252-8554 | email@example.com
To excuse an absence or tardy:
• Send a written note (signed by parent or guardian, including phone number) or
• E-mail firstname.lastname@example.org within two (2) days of the absence.
Students are expected to be in class on time, every day!
Much more information available on the CSIHS Attendance page
We welcome parents to come by the Academic Counseling Department. It is better to call ahead for an appointment with our counselors.
Counseling Office Secretary: phone: 206-252-28567
Our counselors are responsible for students whose last names fall within the ranges provided below:
Ms. Terra McFarlin (A-Ge): !ChiefSealthCounseling@seattleschools.org | phone: 206-252-8569
Ms. Leti Bravo (Gf-N): !ChiefSealthCounseling@seattleschools.org | phone: 206-252-8568
Mr. Dan Rosen (O-Z) : !ChiefSealthCounseling@seattleschools.org| phone: 206-252-8563
Ms. Leora Tyau (Registrar): email | p: 206.252.8561
Teen Health Center
Chief Sealth High School's health clinic - run by NeighborCare Health - is located in the school building. The THC provides students with physical and mental health services.
For much more information, such as registration forms, hours, and services provided, please visit the Teen Health Center page.
Chief Sealth High School partners with many communityorganizations in order to promote intellectual, social, emotional, andethical growth for all students. For much more information about ourmany partners (including contact information and the services theyprovide), visit our Community Partners page.
Chief Sealth International High School is one of only afew high schools in the Seattle area with a full-time YMCA Directorworking in the school! The YMCA helps with family and communityengagement, specific ninth grade support, and after school enrichmentactivities. Please visit the YMCA@CSI page.
Kerry Sutton: email@example.com | phone: 206-252-8665
Assistance in preparing for college + academic,financial and career counseling. We serve: College bound 9-12 graders.2/3 are first generation college & low-income; 1/3 are low income,1st generation or neither.