Evergreen Public Schools

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Evergreen School District No. 114 is a public school district in Clark County, Washington, and serves the city of Vancouver. As of May 2011, the district has an enrollment of 25,961 students. Evergreen Public Schools is one of the fastest-growing large school districts in Washington and the fourth largest of the 295 districts in the state.[1]


High schools[edit]

High Schools
High School Type Established Enrollment Mascot WIAA Classification School Webpage
Evergreen Comprehensive 9-12 1945 ~2,200 Plainsmen 3A [1]
Mountain View Comprehensive 9-12 1981 1,716 Thunder 3A [2]
Heritage Comprehensive 9-12 1999 ~2,200 Timberwolves 4A [3]
Union Comprehensive 9-12 2007 ~2,300 Titans 4A [4]
Legacy Alternative 9-12 ~273 [5]
Henrietta Lacks Health and Bioscience High School (HeLa High) Comprehensive 9-12 2013 ~300 Phoenix 4A [6]

Middle schools[edit]

  • Shahala Middle School
  • Wy'East Middle School
  • Pacific Middle School
  • Cascade Middle School
  • Covington Middle School
  • Frontier Middle School

Primary schools[edit]

  • Burnt Bridge Creek Elementary School
  • Burton Elementary School
  • Columbia Valley Elementary School
  • Crestline Elementary School
  • Ellsworth Elementary School
  • Endeavor Elementary School
  • Fircrest Elementary School
  • Fisher's Landing Elementary School
  • Harmony Elementary School
  • Hearthwood Elementary School
  • Illahee Elementary School
  • Image Elementary School
  • Marrion Elementary School
  • Mill Plain Elementary School
  • Orchards Elementary School
  • Pioneer Elementary School
  • Riverview Elementary School
  • Sifton Elementary School
  • Silver Star Elementary School
  • Sunset Elementary School
  • York Elementary School

Alternative Schools[edit]

  • Legacy High School
  • Home Choice Academy
  • Cascadia Technical Academy
  • 49th Street Academy

The former superintendent of Evergreen Public Schools, John Steach, announced his resignation is February of 2019. The school board appointed chief operations officer Mike Merlino to serve as superintendent in the interim.[2] The members of the school board are Victoria Bradford, Rob Perkins, Julie Bocanegra, Ginny Gronwoldt,[3] and Rachel Rogers.[4] Former board president Todd Yuzuriha also resigned in February. The board appointed Rachel Rogers to fill the vacancy. [5]


  1. ^ http://www.evergreenps.org/AboutEPS/Pages/default
  2. ^ "Evergreen Superintendent Steach leaves with $301,812.17 severance package". The Columbian. 2019-03-01. Retrieved 2019-03-09.
  3. ^ "Evergreen Public Schools > School Board". www.evergreenps.org. Retrieved 2019-03-10.
  4. ^ "Evergreen Public Schools > Departments". evergreenps.org. Retrieved 2019-03-09.
  5. ^ http://www.evergreenps.org/AboutEPS/Pages/SchoolBoard

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