Need internet?

Photo credit: Highline Public Schools.

Do you need access to the internet to support your child’s distance learning? The City of Burien is partnering with Highline Public Schools and Comcast to connect up to 1,500 eligible Highline students in Burien with free internet for 12 months.

Find out if you are eligible for the program at highlineschools.org/internet or by calling (206) 631-7999 by October 12.

Want to donate?

Individuals who would like to help ensure all Highline students across the district have adequate internet access can connect with the Highline Schools Foundation to make a donation: highlineschoolsfoundation.org/connect-highline-families/.

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