NSD District Information

district information  

 

Northshore School District is committed to providing a world-class education for all Northshore students. Known statewide and nationally for academic excellence, Northshore serves more than 21,000 students in Bothell, Kenmore, Woodinville and areas of unincorporated King and Snohomish counties. Northshore is the tenth largest school district in the state.

The district has 20 elementary schools, 6 junior high schools, 3 comprehensive high schools, an alternative high school, an independent contract learning program and early childhood education program.

The district employs more than 2,100 teaching and support staff and has an annual operating budget of over $224 million. 

District Quick Facts

Enrollment (Oct. 2015) 21,485
On-Time Graduation Rate  93.3%


Elementary Schools
 20
Junior High Schools
 6
High Schools
 3
Alternative High School  
 1
Early Learning and Network Programs
 2
  
 Race/Ethnicity (Oct. 2015)
 
American Indian/Alaskan Native
 .3%
Asian 15.6%
Pacific Islander
 .2%
Black 1.9%
Hispanic 12.7%
Two or More Races
 8.3%
White 60.9%
Free or Reduced-Priced Meals
 14.7%
Special Education
 13.1%
Transitional Bilingual
 6.9%
Migrant 0%
  
Classroom Teachers
1,189
Average years of teacher experience
 13.5
Teachers with at least a master's degree
 69.9%
% of classes taught by teacher meeting NCLB highly qualified (HQ) definition
 95.5%
  
Link to OSPI 2015-16 NSD Report Card
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