North Kitsap School District

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North Kitsap School District 400 is the school district serving Poulsbo, Suquamish, and Kingston, Washington.

Poulsbo Schools[edit]

Poulsbo is home to a handful of elementary schools, two middle schools, and two high schools.

The elementary schools located in Poulsbo include Breidablik Elementary, Pearson Elementary, Poulsbo Elementary and Vinland Elementary. Poulsbo Middle School and Kingston Middle School, North Kitsap High School and Kingston High School are also located in this region of the North Kitsap School District.[1]

North Kitsap High School[edit]

North Kitsap High School
Address
1780 NE Hostmark
Poulsbo, Washington, United States
Information
Type Public high school
Motto ...a proud tradition
Established 1957
School district North Kitsap School District
Principal Judson Miller
Grades 9-12
Color(s) Purple and Gold
Mascot Viking
Newspaper The North Wind
Yearbook Go North
Website

North Kitsap High School finished undergoing renovations in spring 2009, and now provides students with a beautiful campus that features a brand new cafeteria, repaved walkways, landscaping and decorative touches, trees and other plants, and more. There are currently 74 teachers and three counselors. The school is home to about 3,500 students.

Kingston Schools[edit]

Kingston is home to many public schools such as Wolfle Elementary, Gordon Elementary, Kingston Middle School, Kingston High School and Spectrum Community School. These are all a part of North Kitsap School District.

Gordon Elementary[edit]

Richard F. Gordon Elementary School is a Kindergarten through 5th grade public school in Kingston, Washington. Gordon Elementary is the location of the regular and two additional programs that students from the North Kitsap School District can attend. The school is named after retired NASA astronaut Richard F. Gordon, an alumnus of nearby North Kitsap High School.

Options[edit]

Options is a parent involved, alternative learning program for grades K-8. It is currently located at Gordon Elementary. The mission of the Options Program is to provide North Kitsap students with community-based education that fosters the development of self-directed, lifelong learners through significant family involvement; interdependent, multi-age learning groups; and curricula that are responsive to the needs and interests of our students. There is a large drama component, including multiple student plays each year. The Options program was founded in 1989. [2]

Wolfle Elementary[edit]

David H. Wolfle is a Kindergarten through 5th grade public school in Kingston, Washington.

Kingston Middle School[edit]

Kingston Middle School is a middle school located in Kingston, Washington. Located on West Kingston Road, the school was established in 1990. The school has sixth, seventh, and eighth grade classes. In 2007, this school was changed from a junior high into a middle school.

Kingston High School[edit]

Kingston High School is a public high school in Kingston, Washington. The school opened as the second High school in the North Kitsap School District. The school holds grades 9-12.

Suquamish Schools[edit]

Suquamish is home to one elementary school. Suquamish Elementary is the only school in this region of the North Kitsap School District.

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