Fast Facts

  • Goal 1: Prepare all students to be college and career ready

    We have 42 schools and academies.

    • 28 elementary schools
    • 6 middle schools
    • 4 high schools
    • 3 academies
    • 1 early learning center

    We serve 25,416 students.  

    We are proud of our diversity. 

    Student Demographics

    • 51.8% of our students are male
    • 48.2% of our students are female
    • 48.8% of our students qualify for Free or Reduced Lunch
    • 21.1% of our students are learning the English language
    • 11.4% of our students have disabilities

    Student Race/Ethnicity

    • 33.7% of our students are White
    • 22.6% of our students are Hispanic/Latino of any race(s)
    • 19.1% of our students are Asian
    • 11.9% of our students are Black/African American
    • 9.7% of our students are two or more races
    • 2.6% of our students are Native Hawaiian/other Pacific Islander
    • 0.3% of our students are American Indian/Alaskan Native 

    Our families speak more than 130 languages. 

    Top Five Languages

    1. English
    2. Spanish
    3. Vietnamese
    4. Russian/Ukrainian
    5. Punjabi

    Graduation Rates

    • Class of 2018 Four-Year Graduation Rate: 83.7%
    • Class of 2017 Four-Year Graduation Rate: 79.3%
    • Class of 2016 Four-Year Graduation Rate: 78.8%

    Goal 2: Engage in two-way communication

    • We have 2,723 approved volunteers.
    • We have more than 600 partnerships with community and faith-based organizations and businesses supporting students and families in our district.

    We serve approximately 19,000 families in roughly 72 square miles.

    • Auburn
    • Black Diamond
    • Covington
    • Kent
    • Maple Valley
    • Renton
    • SeaTac
    • Unincorporated King County

    Goal 3: Create effective organizational systems

    We operate a $452,655,774 budget.

    Laptop to Student Ratio

    • Grades K-6 have a 1.7:1 ratio.
    • Grades 7-11 have a 1:1 ratio.
    • Grade 12 has a 1:1 ratio.

    Goal 4: Develop, retain a diverse, premier workforce                                                                                 

    Student to Teacher Ratios

    Extra assistance is available to teachers when enrollment exceeds target class sizes.

    • 1 teacher to 23 students in grades K-3
    • 1 teacher to 27 students in grades 4-6
    • 1 teacher to 30 students in grades 7-8
    • 1 teacher to 32 students grades 9-12

     

    Most of this information is taken from our district's 2017-2018 OSPI Washington State Report Card and will be updated as soon as it is released.

Superintendent

Board of Directors

  • Maya Vengadasalam

    Maya Vengadasalam

    President

    Debbie Straus

    Debbie Straus

    Vice President

    Ross Hardy

    Ross Hardy

    Legislative Representative

    Karen DeBruler

    Karen DeBruler

    Director

    Denise Daniels

    Denise Daniels

    Director

     

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