Sam Nemiroff of student band Not Alone plays during the 2017 showcase. Photo courtesy of Brooklyn Bauman

Sam Nemiroff of student band Not Alone plays during the 2017 showcase. Photo courtesy of Brooklyn Bauman

Gibson Ek to host 2018 showcase in Issaquah

School is Issaquah’s first Innovative High School

  • Monday, January 22, 2018 4:06pm
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Gibson Ek is hosting its second annual showcase on Wednesday, Jan. 17.

From 5:30 p.m. to 7:30 p.m., students will show the community what Issaquah’s first-ever Innovative High School is all about. With school tours, live music and project demos, students will demonstrate their skills to members of the community.

Gibson Ek High School is located at 379 First Place SE in Issaquah.

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