4242 S. 144th Street
Tukwila, WA  98168
Main office Phone Number - (206) 901-7900
Main Office Fax Number - (206) 901-7907



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Teen CERT at Foster High School

Community Emergency Response Team, or CERT is a nationwide volunteer program.  CERT trained volunteers can help out in their community in a variety of ways and are an essential part of the City’s disaster planning.   Foster High School and the City of Tukwila are very excited to offer Teen CERT to our high school students.  This exciting program is free to all our high school students.  The deadline for signing up is Thursday morning, February 19.  Classes will be on Mondays and Tuesdays from 4-6pm starting February 23 and ending March 24.  The final drill will be in the morning on March 28 where students will practice all the skills they learned.  If we don’t reach the minimum number of students required to offer this class, we will have to cancel.  Students will earn 24 hours of community service, receive a backpack with some important CERT gear, and - this training looks GREAT on your resume.

Students will learn about hazards to our area, and how to prepare for a disaster.  They will also learn how to safely use a fire extinguisher, how to rescue and assist injured people and sort them by their injuries, how to work within a team and important communication skills.  The skills learned during this class are life-long skills and can be applied to many situations outside of CERT.  Teen CERT volunteers can continue their volunteer service in any City nationwide with a CERT program, and are eligible to take part in many continuing education opportunities.   This is the same CERT program offered by the City of Tukwila to adults.   This is an excellent opportunity for everyone, and students considering careers in the medical field or public safety (police/fire) would find this class extremely beneficial.

Applications are available in the main office and by clicking here .  Students can drop their completed applications off at the main office with Mrs. Aguiluz and she will deliver them to the City.


SCHOLARSHIPS: Updated January 2015

Spring sports start March 2:  Enroll Online

Great news for Foster Bulldog and Showalter Viking athletes:  The registration process just became more convenient!  The Athletic Department has created an online portal to allow almost all paperwork and payment to be done remotely.  Simply create an account, login, and select the season and sport you want.  All that is needed at the school building is $30 paid for an ASB membership for the school year and a current physical form.  Physicals are valid for 24 months.

Family Access

Parents can view their student's grades and attendance - in 7 different languages! (English, Spanish, German, French, Vietnamese, Polish and Russian) - Parents - please check your contact information shown in Family Access and make sure it is correct.  It is very important that we be able to contact you during the school day.   Be sure to check out the new calendar feature too!

Foster Alumni Registration

New Student Registration

Information for families who have just moved to our District and need to enroll their student at our school. 

New students can register for Foster High School at our District-wide registration event on August 18 &19th at Showalter Middle School from 9:00a.m. to 6:00p.m.

New Requirements for Graduation  - Attention Seniors - Please remember to keep track of important dates/deadlines, including your culminating project requirements and deadlines.  See the "Important Information for Seniors" section under the Information tab.  

Dance Information


Click on link to get the form that must be completed for guests to attend our dances  Guest Form