Vancouver Public Schools

Vancouver Public Schools
Type and location
Grades PK - 12
Country United States
Location 2901 Falk Road, Vancouver, WA, 98661
Students and staff
Students 22,192 (2011)
Teachers 1111
Staff 3200
Other information
Website Vancouver School District

Vancouver Public Schools is a school district in Vancouver, Washington covering 58 square miles (150.2 km2) of land in Clark county.


The board has 36 schools:

  • 21 elementary schools (PK-Grade 5)
  • 6 middle schools (Grades 6-8)
  • 5 high schools (Grades 9 to 12)

Vancouver High School stood for many years at the intersection of Columbia and West Fourth Plain Boulevard, but was closed down in the mid-1950s, with students split between two new high schools: Fort Vancouver High School and Hudsons' Bay High School.

High Schools
High School Type Established Enrollment Mascot WIAA Classification
Skyview[1] Comprehensive 9–12 1997 1975 Storm 4A
Vancouver iTech Prepratory[2] STEM, Magnet School 6-12 2012 220 None 3A
Columbia River[3] Comprehensive 9–12 1962 1307 Chieftains 3A
Fort Vancouver[4] Comprehensive 9–12 1888 1504 Trappers 3A
Hudson's Bay[5] Comprehensive 9–12 1956 1522 Eagles 3A
Vancouver School of Arts and Academics[6] Magnet 6–12 1996 556 N/A N/A
Lewis and Clark[7] Alternative 9–12 1970 370 Compass Rose N/A


  1. ^ Skyview High School
  2. ^ Vancouver iTech Prepratory
  3. ^ Columbia River High School
  4. ^ Fort Vancouver High School
  5. ^ Hudson's Bay High School
  6. ^ Vancouver School of Arts and Academics
  7. ^ Lewis and Clark High School

External links

  • Vancouver School District

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