- Private, Catholic
- SEATTLE, WA
COVID-19 Update for Prospective Students and Families:
All students PreK-8th are learning on campus with added safety precautions.
- Academicsgrade A
- Diversitygrade unavailable
- Teachersgrade A
Since 1947, ASB School has partnered with our parents and parishes to provide excellent education in the Catholic tradition. In addition to strong academic skills, students develop problem-solving and executive functioning skills that are essential for 21st-century learners.
Welcoming to students and families from all faith backgrounds, we are dedicated to meeting the diverse ways in which students learn. Our teachers and specialists guide students toward self-advocacy, personal responsibility & meaningful engagement with local and global communities.
ASB Students are "Inspired to Learn, Called to Serve and Prepared to Lead."
Executive Functioning Enrichment and Support
At ASB, we strive to ensure that our students are receiving a well-rounded education that promotes holistic development and growth. Much of what a student is able to accomplish is a direct result from the influence of their developing executive functioning skills. We believe in the importance of explicit teaching, practice, and reinforcement of these skills in the daily lives of students.
- Pacific Islander0.6%
- African American0.4%
- Native American0%
- Offers Full WeekYes
- Offers Part WeekNo data available
- Offers Full DayYes
- Offers Part DayYes
Living in the Area
- Cost of Livinggrade C minus
- Good for Familiesgrade A+
- Housinggrade C+
Assumption-St. Bridget School Reviews
ASB did not skip a beat transitioning to at-home learning due to COVID-19, adding Zoom sessions and restructuring school days and the spring calendar in consideration of both teachers and students. Communication has been prompt in response to the fluid situation.
Our 8th and 5th grade daughters were accustomed to using Google Classroom in school, so the transition to at-home learning was seamless. 8th grade traditions including a retreat, graduation breakfast, and the graduation Mass and ceremony were carried out virtually in such a thoughtful way in spite of the circumstances + a family car parade around the school was added.
We feel so fortunate our three girls have been formed by this loving school community. Our oldest daughter has made the transition to high school so confidently and successfully because of how well prepared she was at ASB.
I also love the Buddy Program. Students from older grades are paired with a student from a younger grade. They meet regularly during school and do small projects. My children love their buddies. It is so sweet. They really build a friendship and it seems to help them all feel connected.