Workstation and laptop donations support Highline School District’s nationally recognized computer science program

by Marilyn Roca Enriquez in


SEATTLE -- Inspirus Credit Union donated 34 computer workstations and nine laptops to the Highline School District to support its nationally recognized computer science program. The White House recently praised Highline among 25 public school districts nationwide.

The workstation and laptop donation, valued at more than $12,000, helps support the district’s growing computer science program, which now includes all its high school campuses and is expanding to middle schools. 

This is Inspirus Credit Union’s first major inkind donation to the Highline School District, which is home to more than 19,000 students in the communities of Burien, Des Moines, Normandy Park, SeaTac, Boulevard Park and White Center.  

“We’re honored to help sup-port Highline’s vision to ensure all students graduate tech-savvy and tech-literate,” said Inspirus Vice President of Information Technology Kris Hanson. “Schools are so grateful to receive up-to-date surplus technology, and it’s one more meaningful way for us to give back to education.” 

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