List of Schools of The Seattle School District - Elementary Schools

Elementary Schools

organized alphabetically within geographical cluster

NAME TYPE # OF
STUD.
# OF
FAC.
RATIO % SUBS.
LUNCH
12 11 10 9 8 7 6 5 4 3 2 1 K PK MAP CLUSTER SPS
PAGE
ANNUAL
REPORT
WEBSITE HISTORY NOTES
(Daniel) Bagley N 332 20 16.6 19% 5 4 3 2 1 K 47°41′08″N 122°20′31″W / 47.685639°N 122.341811°W / 47.685639; -122.341811 N Link 2007 Link PDF * Montessori K-5 program
* Autism Inclusion program
Greenwood N 276 20 13.8 47% 5 4 3 2 1 K 47°41′13″N 122°21′33″W / 47.686956°N 122.359208°W / 47.686956; -122.359208 N Link 2007 Link PDF
Northgate N 252 15 16.8 81% 5 4 3 2 1 K 47°41′14″N 122°21′36″W / 47.687171°N 122.36002°W / 47.687171; -122.36002 N Link 2007 PDF
Olympic Hills N 205 17 12.1 73% 5 4 3 2 1 K 47°42′53″N 122°19′44″W / 47.714647°N 122.329009°W / 47.714647; -122.329009 N Link 2007 Link PDF
Olympic View N 440 27 16.3 27% 5 4 3 2 1 K 47°43′24″N 122°18′25″W / 47.72341°N 122.30687°W / 47.72341; -122.30687 N Link 2007 Link PDF
Bryant N 510 29 17.6 8% 5 4 3 2 1 K 47°41′52″N 122°19′16″W / 47.697836°N 122.321099°W / 47.697836; -122.321099 NE Link 2007 Link PDF
Laurelhurst N 448 26 17.2 11% 5 4 3 2 1 K 47°40′19″N 122°17′31″W / 47.671935°N 122.292026°W / 47.671935; -122.292026 NE Link 2007 Link PDF
(John) Rogers N 291 19 15.3 37% 5 4 3 2 1 K 47°39′44″N 122°16′41″W / 47.66217°N 122.278162°W / 47.66217; -122.278162 NE Link 2007 Link PDF * Autism Inclusion program
Sacajawea N 325 18 18.1 28% 5 4 3 2 1 K 47°41′52″N 122°18′25″W / 47.697781°N 122.306865°W / 47.697781; -122.306865 NE Link 2007 Link PDF
Thornton Creek @ Decatur (AE2) Alt 315 20 15.8 8% 5 4 3 2 1 K 47°41′06″N 122°16′56″W / 47.685064°N 122.282136°W / 47.685064; -122.282136 NE Link 2007 Link PDF
View Ridge N 430 30 14.3 3% 5 4 3 2 1 K 47°41′09″N 122°16′56″W / 47.685786°N 122.282284°W / 47.685786; -122.282284 NE Link 2007 Link PDF Offers:
* Spectrum program
* 3 self-contained Dyspraxia classrooms
uses Expeditionary Learning Outward Bound (ELOB) model
Wedgwood N 418 23 18.2 11% 5 4 3 2 1 K 47°40′50″N 122°16′29″W / 47.680542°N 122.274656°W / 47.680542; -122.274656 NE Link 2007 Link PDF Offers:
* Spectrum program
Adams N 367 21 17.5 28% 5 4 3 2 1 K 47°41′25″N 122°17′50″W / 47.690349°N 122.297297°W / 47.690349; -122.297297 NW Link 2007 Link PDF
B.F. Day N 262 18 14.6 42% 5 4 3 2 1 K 47°40′25″N 122°23′31″W / 47.673672°N 122.391906°W / 47.673672; -122.391906 NW Link 2007 Link PDF
Green Lake N 263 20 13.2 24% 5 4 3 2 1 K 47°39′17″N 122°20′56″W / 47.654731°N 122.348962°W / 47.654731; -122.348962 NW Link 2007 Link PDF
Loyal Heights N 379 23 16.5 7% 5 4 3 2 1 K 47°40′32″N 122°09′05″W / 47.675589°N 122.151277°W / 47.675589; -122.151277 NW Link 2007 Link PDF
North Beach N 312 15 20.8 7% 5 4 3 2 1 K 47°41′11″N 122°23′20″W / 47.686339°N 122.388798°W / 47.686339; -122.388798 NW Link 2007 Link PDF * Spectrum program
* Autism Inclusion program
John Stanford International N 376 22 17.1 19% 5 4 3 2 1 K 47°41′41″N 122°23′14″W / 47.694689°N 122.387272°W / 47.694689; -122.387272 NW Link 2007 Link PDF * Japanese language immersion
* Spanish language immersion
West Woodland N 380 22 17.3 9% 5 4 3 2 1 K 47°39′26″N 122°19′25″W / 47.657296°N 122.323706°W / 47.657296; -122.323706 NW Link 2007 Link PDF
Whittier N 418 19 22.0 5% 5 4 3 2 1 K 47°41′00″N 122°22′24″W / 47.683348°N 122.373225°W / 47.683348; -122.373225 NW Link 2007 Link PDF * Spectrum program
Coe N 455 28 16.3 13% 5 4 3 2 1 K 47°38′24″N 122°21′59″W / 47.639865°N 122.366282°W / 47.639865; -122.366282 QA/M Link 2007 Link PDF
(John) Hay N 450 30 15.0 10% 5 4 3 2 1 K 47°37′59″N 122°21′12″W / 47.633146°N 122.353208°W / 47.633146; -122.353208 QA/M Link 2007 Link PDF
Lawton N 382 23 16.6 15% 5 4 3 2 1 K 47°39′23″N 122°23′28″W / 47.656434°N 122.391001°W / 47.656434; -122.391001 QA/M Link 2007 Link PDF
(Bailey) Gatzert N 316 27 11.7 92% 5 4 3 2 1 K 47°36′06″N 122°18′54″W / 47.601684°N 122.315106°W / 47.601684; -122.315106 C Link 2007 PDF
Leschi N 236 16 14.8 71% 5 4 3 2 1 K 47°36′07″N 122°17′29″W / 47.601871°N 122.291343°W / 47.601871; -122.291343 C Link 2007 PDF
Lowell N 482 33 14.6 7% 5 4 3 2 1 K 47°37′28″N 122°19′04″W / 47.624443°N 122.317911°W / 47.624443; -122.317911 C Link 2007 Link PDF * Accelerated Progress Program (APP)
* Special Education Low Incidence Program
McGilvra N 253 22 11.5 8% 5 4 3 2 1 K 47°38′02″N 122°17′05″W / 47.633982°N 122.284626°W / 47.633982; -122.284626 C Link 2007 Link PDF
T.T. Minor N 235 18 13.1 77% 5 4 3 2 1 K PK 47°36′47″N 122°18′34″W / 47.612998°N 122.309316°W / 47.612998; -122.309316 C Link 2007 Link PDF
Montlake N 234 17 13.8 12% 5 4 3 2 1 K 47°38′26″N 122°18′15″W / 47.640624°N 122.30422°W / 47.640624; -122.30422 C Link 2007 Link PDF
Stevens N 348 24 14.5 31% 5 4 3 2 1 K 47°37′55″N 122°18′28″W / 47.631867°N 122.307808°W / 47.631867; -122.307808 C Link 2007 Link PDF
Thurgood Marshall N 292 26 11.2 82% 5 4 3 2 1 K 47°35′27″N 122°17′57″W / 47.590833°N 122.299298°W / 47.590833; -122.299298 C Link 2007 Link PDF * Accelerated Progress Program (APP)
Alki N 339 19 17.8 28% 5 4 3 2 1 K 47°34′39″N 122°24′27″W / 47.577436°N 122.407385°W / 47.577436; -122.407385 WSN Link 2007 Link PDF
(Frank B.) Cooper N 268 19 14.1 81% 5 4 3 2 1 K 47°33′47″N 122°21′28″W / 47.562936°N 122.357889°W / 47.562936; -122.357889 WSN Link 2007 Link PDF
Lafayette N 446 23 19.4 11% 5 4 3 2 1 K 47°34′48″N 122°23′12″W / 47.579904°N 122.386625°W / 47.579904; -122.386625 WSN Link 2007 Link PDF
Schmitz Park N 326 17 19.2 6% 5 4 3 2 1 K 47°34′21″N 122°23′48″W / 47.572612°N 122.396772°W / 47.572612; -122.396772 WSN Link 2007 Link PDF
West Seattle N 263 20 13.2 81% 5 4 3 2 1 K 47°32′30″N 122°22′27″W / 47.541556°N 122.374048°W / 47.541556; -122.374048 WSN Link 2007 Link PDF
Arbor Heights N 309 20 15.5 31% 5 4 3 2 1 K 47°30′34″N 122°22′42″W / 47.509565°N 122.3782°W / 47.509565; -122.3782 WSS Link 2007 Link PDF
Concord N 303 22 13.8 88% 5 4 3 2 1 K 47°31′25″N 122°19′28″W / 47.523495°N 122.3245°W / 47.523495; -122.3245 WSS Link 2007 PDF
Gatewood N 292 19 15.4 28% 5 4 3 2 1 K 47°32′25″N 122°23′19″W / 47.540239°N 122.388564°W / 47.540239; -122.388564 WSS Link 2007 Link PDF
Highland Park N 406 29 14.0 71% 5 4 3 2 1 K 47°31′32″N 122°20′55″W / 47.525575°N 122.348728°W / 47.525575; -122.348728 WSS Link 2007 Link PDF
Roxhill N 243 20 12.2 80% 5 4 3 2 1 K 47°31′05″N 122°22′14″W / 47.517969°N 122.370583°W / 47.517969; -122.370583 WSS Link 2007 Link PDF
Sanislo N 312 18 17.3 45% 5 4 3 2 1 K 47°32′24″N 122°21′32″W / 47.53987°N 122.358821°W / 47.53987; -122.358821 WSS Link 2007 Link PDF
Beacon Hill International N 383 34 11.3 70% 5 4 3 2 1 K 47°35′06″N 122°18′55″W / 47.585113°N 122.315226°W / 47.585113; -122.315226 S Link 2007 Link PDF
Dearborn Park N 370 29 12.8 79% 5 4 3 2 1 K 47°33′08″N 122°17′45″W / 47.552104°N 122.295937°W / 47.552104; -122.295937 S Link 2007 Link PDF
Hawthorne N 238 18 13.2 77% 5 4 3 2 1 K 47°33′56″N 122°17′00″W / 47.565617°N 122.28339°W / 47.565617; -122.28339 S Link 2007 Link PDF
Kimball N 507 29 17.5 56% 5 4 3 2 1 K 47°34′29″N 122°18′10″W / 47.574609°N 122.302775°W / 47.574609; -122.302775 S Link 2007 Link PDF
Maple N 456 28 16.3 61% 5 4 3 2 1 K 47°33′29″N 122°19′08″W / 47.557932°N 122.318843°W / 47.557932; -122.318843 S Link 2007 Link PDF
(John) Muir N 312 21 14.9 65% 5 4 3 2 1 K 47°34′24″N 122°17′26″W / 47.573245°N 122.290632°W / 47.573245; -122.290632 S Link 2007 Link PDF
Brighton N 346 26 13.3 84% 5 4 3 2 1 K 47°32′31″N 122°16′38″W / 47.541826°N 122.277207°W / 47.541826; -122.277207 SE Link 2007 PDF
Dunlap N 363 25 14.5 83% 5 4 3 2 1 K 47°31′30″N 122°16′29″W / 47.524995°N 122.274804°W / 47.524995; -122.274804 SE Link 2007 PDF
Emerson N 382 29 13.2 79% 5 4 3 2 1 K 47°30′53″N 122°15′32″W / 47.514779°N 122.258906°W / 47.514779; -122.258906 SE Link 2007 Link PDF
Graham Hill N 346 43 8.0 57% 5 4 3 2 1 K PK 47°32′44″N 122°16′07″W / 47.545579°N 122.268702°W / 47.545579; -122.268702 SE Link 2007 Link PDF * Montessori PreK-5 program
* Autism Inclusion program
Wing Luke N 322 24 13.4 79% 5 4 3 2 1 K 47°31′50″N 122°17′06″W / 47.530488°N 122.28501°W / 47.530488; -122.28501 SE Link 2007 Link PDF
Van Asselt N 509 31 16.4 83% 5 4 3 2 1 K 47°32′18″N 122°17′47″W / 47.538416°N 122.296465°W / 47.538416; -122.296465 SE Link 2007 Link PDF

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