School Districts in Washington

Listed below are the 279 school districts located in Washington. Click on the school districts to view the Washington high schools located there.

School District Schools Students Free or Reduced Lunch Student to Teacher Ratio
Aberdeen School District 5 1,522 64% 17.9
Adna School District 1 380 29% 19.6
Anacortes School District 2 847 30% 22.2
Arlington School District 4 1,958 28% 23.1
Asotin-Anatone School District 1 377 29% 34.7
Auburn School District 6 5,841 50% 20.5
Bainbridge Island School District 4 1,998 7% 20.4
Bates Technical College School District 1 298
Battle Ground School District 8 5,760 31% 23.5
Bellevue School District 8 7,064 19% 19.9
Bellingham School District 8 3,901 35% 23.8
Bethel School District 8 7,150 47% 23.0
Bickleton School District 1 86 7.9
Blaine School District 2 742 44% 20.1
Bremerton School District 6 2,286 63% 18.8
Brewster School District 2 274 82% 17.1
Bridgeport School District 2 248 88% 17.7
Burlington-Edison School District 2 1,162 44% 19.8
Camas School District 2 2,252 17% 21.0
Cape Flattery School District 2 300 68% 11.5
Cascade School District 1 443 39% 18.3
Cashmere School District 1 473 44% 20.0
Castle Rock School District 1 390 48% 20.6
Central Kitsap School District 11 5,373 33% 21.6
Central Valley School District 8 4,207 31% 20.1
Centralia College School District 1
Centralia School District 3 1,666 64% 19.6
Chehalis School District 5 1,185 40% 17.9
Cheney School District 4 1,344 42% 19.9
Chewelah School District 3 466 53% 17.2
Chief Leschi School District 1
Chimacum School District 3 433 43% 23.7
Clarkston School District 5 1,338 52% 20.0
Cle Elum-Roslyn School District 2 305 38% 18.8
Clover Park School District 10 3,521 64% 21.3
Clover Park Technical College School District 1 233
Colfax School District 1 300 30% 18.8
College Place School District 1 217 51% 12.2
Colton School District 1 159 22% 11.8
Columbia (Stevens) School District 2 159 75% 11.8
Columbia (Walla Walla) School District 1 293 40% 21.9
Colville School District 2 655 47% 21.9
Community Colleges of Spokane School District 1
Concrete School District 3 271 57% 20.4
Coulee-Hartline School District 1 83 34% 11.6
Coupeville School District 4 312 32% 18.1
Crescent School District 2 272 49% 13.3
Creston School District 1 57 32% 8.3
Curlew School District 2 171 60% 10.6
Cusick School District 1 145 65% 13.5
Darrington School District 1 134 55% 12.2
Davenport School District 1 327 53% 17.2
Dayton School District 1 147 56% 11.9
Deer Park School District 2 1,148 40% 27.2
East Valley School District (Spokane) 2 1,415 45% 21.0
East Valley School District (Yakima) 2 1,558 57% 18.7
Eastmont School District 4 2,339 49% 21.6
Easton School District 2 113 68% 10.3
Eatonville School District 2 705 35% 21.8
Edmonds School District 15 10,036 37% 22.9
Educational Service District 101 School District 3 92 70%
Educational Service District 112 School District 3 147
Educational Service District 113 School District 1 368
Educational Service District 123 School District 2
Ellensburg School District 2 1,003 32% 21.7
Elma School District 3 504 52% 18.0
Entiat School District 1 179 62% 15.0
Enumclaw School District 2 1,423 28% 21.5
Ephrata School District 3 774 48% 20.4
Everett Community College School District 1
Everett School District 10 6,034 37% 22.9
Evergreen School District (Clark) 10 8,715 44% 21.4
Federal Way School District 15 7,883 54% 22.3
Ferndale School District 2 1,624 38% 22.3
Fife School District 2 1,387 42% 21.7
Finley School District 1 320 68% 20.5
Franklin Pierce School District 4 2,337 67% 18.4
Freeman School District 1 330 21% 19.9
Garfield School District 1 28 61%
Glenwood School District 1 30 33% 6.9
Goldendale School District 1 310 51% 18.6
Grand Coulee Dam School District 2 324 69% 15.7
Grandview School District 4 1,025 72% 23.7
Granger School District 1 439 80% 18.3
Granite Falls School District 3 809 41% 20.5
Green River Community College School District 1
Harrington School District 1 42 57% 6.3
Highland School District 2 532 78% 17.0
Highline School District 23 8,678 66% 19.2
Hockinson School District 1 670 18% 20.3
Hoquiam School District 2 581 58% 22.5
Inchelium School District 1 62 82% 8.6
Issaquah School District 6 5,967 10% 24.2
Kahlotus School District 1 47 81% 4.7
Kalama School District 1 488 34% 20.6
Kelso School District 4 1,650 49% 22.4
Kennewick School District 10 6,625 51% 23.2
Kent School District 14 12,951 49% 21.9
Kettle Falls School District 2 420 36% 21.5
Kiona-Benton City School District 1 476 42% 18.9
Kittitas School District 2 387 46% 19.4
Klickitat School District 1 76 47% 9.4
La Center School District 2 579 24% 20.5
La Conner School District 1 223 46% 15.5
Lacrosse School District 1 40 30% 5.7
Lake Chelan School District 3 460 56% 17.5
Lake Quinault School District 1 92 97% 11.2
Lake Stevens School District 4 3,209 27% 22.5
Lake Washington Institute of Technology School District 2 300
Lake Washington School District 11 7,841 13% 20.9
Lakewood School District 2 707 26% 25.7
Liberty School District 1 139 40% 14.5
Lind School District 1 61 52% 6.5
Longview School District 4 2,115 52% 24.4
Lopez School District 2 124 26% 12.4
Lummi High School District 1
Lyle School District 1 93 63% 20.0
Lynden School District 2 1,085 30% 24.0
Mabton School District 1 389 87% 17.6
Mansfield School District 1 97 66% 7.8
Manson School District 1 199 78% 14.6
Mary M Knight School District 1 72 65% 9.0
Mary Walker School District 8 313 52% 16.6
Marysville School District 12 3,677 42% 23.1
Mead School District 8 5,268 28% 21.4
Medical Lake School District 2 592 35% 20.9
Mercer Island School District 1 1,464 4% 20.2
Meridian School District 1 534 42% 20.9
Methow Valley School District 3 286 41% 14.5
Monroe School District 6 3,240 18% 31.5
Montesano School District 1 652 35% 20.9
Morton School District 1 153 64% 16.1
Moses Lake School District 3 2,432 58% 22.5
Mossyrock School District 2 227 59% 15.2
Mount Adams School District 3 367 72% 13.5
Mount Baker School District 3 872 54% 18.5
Mount Vernon School District 4 2,448 56% 23.3
Muckleshoot Tribal School District 1
Mukilteo School District 6 5,445 41% 21.9
Naches Valley School District 1 452 42% 21.9
Napavine School District 1 373 42% 18.3
Naselle-Grays River Valley School District 3 275 49% 22.1
Newport School District 2 370 52% 20.4
Nine Mile Falls School District 2 525 26% 19.0
Nooksack Valley School District 1 455 50% 18.6
North Beach School District 2 286 67% 16.7
North Franklin School District 4 948 71% 18.9
North Kitsap School District 4 2,077 28% 23.0
North Mason School District 3 786 45% 18.9
North River School District 1 61 64% 6.8
North Thurston Public Schools 5 5,324 41% 20.8
Northport School District 2 117 61% 18.8
Northshore School District 14 9,757 16% 22.3
Northwest Educational Service District 189 School District 4 17
Oak Harbor School District 3 1,878 35% 21.4
Oakesdale School District 1 37 38% 7.1
Oakville School District 1 90 50% 11.4
Ocean Beach School District 2 602 62% 21.4
Ocosta School District 1 299 67% 17.4
Odessa School District 1 106 37% 11.7
Office of the Governor (School for Blind) School District 1 42 57%
Okanogan School District 4 366 49% 20.4
Olympia School District 5 3,800 25% 23.2
Olympic Educational Service District 114 School District 2 26 77%
Omak School District 3 1,599 35% 25.6
Onalaska School District 2 272 45% 18.5
Orcas Island School District 3 618 19% 21.0
Oroville School District 1 259 66% 14.5
Orting School District 1 802 33% 23.6
Othello School District 2 1,137 79% 20.7
Palouse School District 1 53 36% 6.8
Paschal Sherman Indian School District 1
Pasco School District 5 6,718 61% 18.9
Pateros School District 1 143 66% 11.8
Pe Ell School District 2 274 59% 13.8
Peninsula School District 3 3,300 22% 24.6
Pomeroy School District 1 211 33% 18.1
Port Angeles School District 5 1,838 50% 20.1
Port Townsend School District 2 438 43% 19.4
Prescott School District 1 140 93% 13.7
Pride Prep Charter School District 1 154 59% 17.1
Prosser School District 2 956 57% 21.9
Pullman School District 1 797 26% 21.5
Puyallup School District 14 10,703 32% 22.1
Quilcene School District 2 217 51% 12.3
Quileute Tribal School District 1
Quillayute Valley School District 4 2,505 52% 32.0
Quincy School District 3 1,252 81% 19.4
Rainier School District 1 286 45% 18.3
Raymond School District 2 335 44% 15.4
Reardan-Edwall School District 2 263 36% 16.0
Renton School District 10 4,862 51% 23.2
Renton Technical College School District 1
Republic School District 3 172 51% 13.5
Richland School District 6 4,847 26% 26.5
Ridgefield School District 2 1,123 27% 25.2
Ritzville School District 1 117 29% 14.3
Riverside School District 2 545 51% 21.2
Riverview School District 4 1,126 16% 21.3
Rochester School District 2 685 48% 19.5
Rosalia School District 1 181 69% 10.3
Royal School District 2 740 68% 20.5
San Juan Island School District 2 290 39% 20.0
Seattle Central Community College School District 1
Seattle Public Schools 25 14,442 37% 20.1
Sedro-Woolley School District 2 1,403 48% 20.9
Selah School District 3 1,147 39% 20.1
Selkirk School District 1 92 41% 14.0
Sequim School District 3 1,728 41% 20.5
Shelton School District 4 1,976 62% 18.3
Shoreline School District 7 4,562 28% 22.8
Skykomish School District 1 16 81% 3.7
Snohomish School District 9 5,387 19% 25.5
Snoqualmie Valley School District 5 2,096 14% 23.1
Soap Lake School District 2 300 73% 19.1
South Bend School District 3 282 59% 15.7
South Kitsap School District 7 5,034 40% 20.8
South Seattle Community College (CC District #6) School District 1
South Whidbey School District 2 596 27% 19.3
Spokane School District 25 12,733 54% 18.4
Sprague School District 1 28 54% 5.7
St. John School District 1 82 40% 11.5
Stanwood-Camano School District 3 1,690 23% 23.8
Steilacoom Hist. School District 2 927 23% 21.2
Stevenson-Carson School District 3 469 47% 19.4
Sultan School District 3 633 38% 23.3
Summit Public School: Olympus School District 1 103 65% 17.2
Summit Public School: Sierra School District 1 111 49% 18.5
Sumner School District 2 3,267 28% 23.7
Sunnyside School District 2 1,914 79% 22.5
Suquamish Tribal Education Department School District 1 79 7.2
Tacoma School District 18 8,534 57% 21.5
Taholah School District 1 64 80% 6.8
Tahoma School District 2 3,079 13% 23.9
Tekoa School District 1 94 51% 11.1
Tenino School District 1 356 42% 18.2
Thorp School District 1 121 51% 8.9
Toledo School District 2 286 50% 23.3
Tonasket School District 1 308 59% 14.8
Toppenish School District 3 1,621 66% 29.0
Touchet School District 1 226 58% 12.0
Toutle Lake School District 1 300 40% 17.9
Trout Lake School District 1 137 13.5
Tukwila School District 3 895 75% 20.4
Tumwater School District 8 3,291 28% 20.2
University Place School District 4 2,455 36% 22.7
University of Washington (17904) School District 1
Valley School District 1 51 67% 7.6
Vancouver School District 14 7,798 45% 21.6
Vashon Island School District 4 1,226 24% 20.9
Wa State Center for Childhood Deafness and Hearing Loss School District 1 74 68%
Wahkiakum School District 1 135 53% 16.4
Wahluke School District 2 613 60% 18.1
Waitsburg School District 1 100 36% 11.6
Walla Walla Public Schools 5 2,707 52% 20.3
Wapato School District 2 892 82% 18.8
Warden School District 1 327 62% 19.2
Washington Military Department School District 1 156 98%
Washougal School District 2 1,019 38% 21.1
Washtucna School District 1 42 60% 3.4
Waterville School District 1 181 58% 16.8
Wellpinit School District 4 191 80% 14.5
Wenatchee School District 8 2,860 53% 23.5
West Valley School District (Spokane) 5 1,428 54% 20.8
West Valley School District (Yakima) 3 2,334 41% 23.0
White Pass School District 1 228 62% 18.0
White River School District 3 1,208 26% 21.6
White Salmon Valley School District 3 596 46% 19.5
Wilbur School District 1 158 36% 12.2
Willapa Valley School District 1 176 47% 13.2
Wilson Creek School District 1 78 55% 11.4
Winlock School District 2 229 76% 18.8
Wishkah Valley School District 1 151 51% 10.7
Wishram School District 1 78 92% 8.7
Woodland School District 3 817 42% 24.0
Yakama Nation Tribal School District 1
Yakima School District 10 4,884 78% 21.9
Yelm School District 4 2,681 44% 20.6
Zillah School District 2 658 51% 20.1
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