Skyview Junior High School is a junior high school that is part of the Northshore School District. It is situated in Bothell, Washington, near the Canyon Park area. Built in 1993, it supports about 1,100 students every year from grades 7–9. Skyview Jr High feeds into Bothell High School. It has currently been experiencing some growth in student population due to the spurt of new construction in the area. Therefore, the Northshore School District has recently underwent some boundary line changes.
There have been multiple changes in the summer of 2012, Mrs. Grimes will be missed dearly, as she has accepted another job. Mr. Nowak has left to South Africa to help in the cure for AIDS.
Also, the school itself is changing. The entire performance arts building is being remodeled. It will have a new stage and choir/drama room. The band room is also being reconstructed, but in a different way. The band room is going to be leveled and storage rooms with be removed and or rearranged.
Skyview provides its students with a year-long class where students were taught by John Moen until 2010. Now it is taught by Chris Seeley. The class teaches the basics of television maintenance, program creation, and editing; This is called "Eagle Eye" or "Eaglei". From 1993 to the this day, the class has been conducted by the entertaining to all classes, John (In place of Eaglei on Tuesday and Thursday, daily announcements are spoken at the same home room time.) Home room is between 2nd period and 3rd period (in the 3rd period classroom). During the 2008–2009 school year there have been two classes who have taken Eaglei as a class. One class is filming and starring in the show while, the other class is taking surveys of viewers and making videos to be shown on the show. Eaglei also provides information on the school's event calendar, the weather, and more.
The students that take Eaglei use professional green screens and soundboards. Eaglei also features a Good Morning Skyview show in which teachers and staff are interviewed or participate in trivia. Students watching Eaglei can call into the broadcasting room during trivia to provide questions or answers. Many teachers have connected their TV's to their projectors, resulting in a full screen view of Eagle Eye in the classrooms.