Meridian School District (Washington)
Meridian School District is a public primary and secondary education school district located in Laurel, Washington. The district serves an area north of Bellingham and south of Lynden. The Meridian School District takes its name from the Meridian area. The main highway in the area is Guide Meridian Road, which is the local name of State Route 539. The district operates one high school, one middle school, and two elementary schools. The district headquarters shares the Meridian High School campus at 214 W. Laurel Road.
Meridian High School (MHS) enrolls students in ninth, tenth, eleventh, and twelfth grades. The school is located at 194 W. Laurel Road, just a block west of State Route 539. MHS is a Washington Interscholastic Activities Association Division AA school.
Meridian Middle School enrolls students in sixth, seventh, and eighth grades. The school is located at 861 Ten Mile Road. Meridian Middle School is just west of Ten Mile Creek Elementary School. After completing eighth grade, Meridian Middle School students continue their education at Meridian High School.
Irene Reither Primary School enrolls students in kindergarten through third grade. The school is located at 954 E. Hemmi Road. Irene Reither students will attend Ten Mile Creek Elementary School after finishing third grade.
Ten Mile Creek Elementary School enrolls students in fourth and fifth grades. The school, located at 960 E. Hemmi Road, is across the parking lot from Irene Reither Primary School and just southeast of Meridian Middle School. Ten Mile Creek Elementary students go to Meridian Middle School after finishing fifth grade. The school was named for Ten Mile Creek, which runs through the school's property.
- Meridian School District (official site)
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