High Schools in Seattle, WA

Listed below are all public and private high schools located in Seattle, WA. Click on the Seattle public or private high school to view the specific high school details.

Seattle, WA Public High Schools

School School District Students Free or Reduced Lunch Student to Teacher Ratio
Arts & Academics Academy Highline 310 82% 16.3
Ballard High School Seattle Public 1643 22% 21.7
Career Link Highline 153 29%
Cascade Middle School Highline 555 83% 15.5
Cleveland High School Seattle Public 823 75% 20.0
Education Service Centers Seattle Public 16 75%
Evening School (marshall) Seattle Public
Franklin High School Seattle Public 1415 66% 21.6
Garfield High School Seattle Public 1723 39% 22.1
Health Sciences & Human Services Highline 396 84% 19.5
Home School Resource Center Seattle Public 184 29% 32.9
Hutch School Seattle Public 34
Ingraham High School Seattle Public 955 47% 18.3
Interagency Programs Seattle Public 427 54% 15.2
King County Detention Center Seattle Public 56 13%
Manhattan Learning Center Highline
Middle College High School Seattle Public 182 54% 19.4
Nathan Hale High School Seattle Public 1147 30% 21.2
New Start Highline 111 89% 13.9
Nova High School Seattle Public 341 29% 19.2
Rainier Beach High School Seattle Public 366 81% 15.7
Residential Consortium Seattle Public 38 8%
Roosevelt High School Seattle Public 1666 20% 21.6
Sea-tac Occupational Skills Center Highline
Sealth High School Seattle Public 1232 57% 22.6
Secondary Bilingual Orientation Center Seattle Public 204 93% 13.1
South Lake High School Seattle Public 143 72% 13.0
Special Education Service School Seattle Public 179 2%
Technology Engineering & Communications Highline 324 79% 20.0
The Center School Seattle Public 280 15% 19.0
West Seattle High School Seattle Public 995 44% 19.5
Woodside Highline

Seattle, WA Private High Schools

High Schools Elementary Schools

Data on U.S. Public High Schools & Private High Schools

Data provided by the National Center for Education Statistics. The data displayed is compiled from the most recent sources available. For public schools this is the 2011-2012 school year. For private schools this is the 2009-2010 school year.

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