Puyallup School District

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Puyallup School District is a school district that supports the City of Puyallup, Washington and surrounding area. Organized in 1854, The Puyallup School District was the third school district formed in the state of Washington.[1] It is the 8th largest school district in Washington. The District has twenty-three elementary schools, seven junior high schools, three senior high schools and an alternative school, together which serve over 22,000 students. The district employs more than 1,250 certificated, 1,400 classified staff, and 850 substitute personnel. Mission of Puyallup School District: The Puyallup School District, in partnership with our diverse communities, educates and inspires students to reach their full potential.

High schools[edit]

Junior high schools[edit]

Puyallup has 7 Junior High Schools:

  • Aylen Junior High
  • Ballou Junior High
  • Edgemont Junior High
  • Ferrucci Junior High
  • Glacier View Junior High
  • Kalles Junior High
  • Stahl Junior High

Elementary schools[edit]

Puyallup has 21 elementary schools:

  • Brouillet Elementary
  • Carson Elementary
  • Firgrove Elementary
  • Fruitland Elementary
  • G. W. Edgerton Elementary
  • Hunt Elementary
  • Karshner Elementary
  • Maplewood Elementary
  • Meeker Elementary
  • Mt. View Elementary
  • Northwood Elementary
  • Pope Elementary
  • Ridgecrest Elementary
  • Shaw Road Elementary
  • Spinning Elementary
  • Stewart Elementary
  • Sunrise Elementary
  • Waller Road Elementary
  • Wildwood Park Elementary
  • Woodland Elementary
  • Zeiger Elementary