West Duluth students attend Stowe Elementary School, Laura MacArthur Elementary School, Lincoln Park Middle School, and Duluth Denfeld High School. The local Catholic school is St. James, grades K–8, affiliated with the parish of the same name.
An exception to this is the Bayview Heights neighborhood, where students attend Proctor's public schools.
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