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Edmonds School District

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Edmonds School District No. 15 is a school district that serves the communities of Edmonds, Lynnwood, Mountlake Terrace, Woodway and portions of Brier and unincorporated Snohomish County in the state of Washington.

Schools

High schools

Facilities distribution

Within the school district, each high school was given one main facility to serve all the other high schools. Mountlake Terrace holds the largest theater, with over 300 seats and an orchestra pit; and Edmonds Woodway has the official football stadium, serving as home turf for Mountlake Terrace, Edmonds and Lynnwood. The stadium is also the only stadium to host all the football, soccer, and track meets.

Middle schools

  • Alderwood Middle School (feeds into Lynnwood High School and Mountlake Terrace High School)
  • Brier Terrace Middle School (feeds into Mountlake Terrace High School)
  • College Place Middle School (feeds into Edmonds-Woodway High School)
  • Meadowdale Middle School (feeds into Meadowdale High School)

Alternative programs

K-8 Schools

  • Madrona Nongraded School
  • Maplewood Cooperative School

Elementary schools

  • Beverly Elementary School
  • Brier Elementary School
  • Cedar Valley Community School
  • Cedar Way Elementary School
  • Chase Lake Community School
  • College Place Elementary School
  • Edmonds Elementary School
  • Hazelwood Elementary School
  • Hilltop Elementary School (goes to Brier Terrace Middle or Alderwood Middle)
  • Lynndale Elementary School
  • Lynnwood Elementary School
  • Martha Lake Elementary School
  • Meadowdale Elementary School
  • Mountlake Terrace Elementary School
  • Oak Heights Elementary School
  • Seaview Elementary School
  • Sherwood Elementary School
  • Spruce Elementary School
  • Terrace Park School
  • Westgate Elementary School
  • Woodway Elementary School

External links

  • Official website for Edmonds School District #15
  • 1963 news story about Edmonds School District's ungraded school in TIME magazine
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