SUPPORTING EDUCATION ON LUMMI ISLAND SINCE 2009

 

 

 

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          Lummi Island Summer Theater Camp 2018!

 

Lummi Island Summer Theater Camp offers a creative and structured environment for K-12th graders, for on-Island and off-Island children. Thank you to all of the 20 -plus volunteers, 57 registered campers, 4 staff and all of the parents, grandparents and extended families for making our 6th annual Lummi Island Summer Theater Camp such a success!  


As an International Baccalaureate Primary Years Program World School, Beach Elementary School is part of a world-wide community of international and local schools offering a rigorous educational program designed to meet the needs of the whole child.

 

 

Any student in Whatcom County may request a transfer to Beach Elementary School. 

To learn about the transfer process contact the Ferndale School District at 360-383-9200.

For information about this unique school, please call the Beach School office at 360-383-9440.


Lummi Island Foundation for Education (LIFE) is committed to sustaining and enhancing education at Beach School and for children on Lummi Island through current and long-term financial support and stability.

Read more about how we function.


LIFE provides funding for school programs and activities that might otherwise not be available to Beach School students.

Current 2017-2018 school year programs include:

  • International Baccalaureate (IB) Program
    Primary Years Program (PYP) Coordinator + Teaching Materials
  • World Language Program Instructor
  • Salish Sea Curriculum Workshop
  • Lummi Island Summer Theater Camp Expense Support

… and more.

Get a more in-depth glimpse of LIFE's funded projects.

 In this photo, Beach Elementary students visit the Marine Life Center as part of the Garden of the Salish Sea curriculum. View Garden of the Salish Sea's film   Oystertopia: Stewards of the Salish Sea  . This stunning film uses footage taken exclusively during Beach Elementary School workshops both on the beach located directly in front of our school and in the classrooms.

In this photo, Beach Elementary students visit the Marine Life Center as part of the Garden of the Salish Sea curriculum. View Garden of the Salish Sea's film Oystertopia: Stewards of the Salish Sea. This stunning film uses footage taken exclusively during Beach Elementary School workshops both on the beach located directly in front of our school and in the classrooms.