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A I High School
5214 Steilacoom Blvd SW, Lakewood, WA 98499

A-I offers alternative education for high school students. In 2010, A-I High School implemented new programs toMore ensure students' academic success. One of the most exciting aspects for the A-I High School program is the partnership between Clover Park School District and Clover Park Technical College. This partnership will allow  the high school students, interested in a technical and/or trade-related fields, to participate in the college's Northwest Career and Technical High School. A-I High School students have access to online credit retrieval courses through the Internet Academy.

A-I High School students can move forward to Clover Park Technical College's (CPTC) Northwest Career and Technical High School as high school juniors. Eligible students will be given priority entrance into the following CPTC programs:

  • Automotive;
  • Construction;
  • Cosmetology;
  • Culinary Arts;
  • Nursing, and
  • Media Design and Production.
Steilacoom High School
54 Sentinel Dr, Steilacoom, WA 98388
Steilacoom High School serves students in grades K through 12, offering a diverse course catalog together with aMore year-round athletics program. In addition to the standard curriculum, Steilacoom High School offers Independent Study AP courses which include American Government, Psychology and Spanish. 61.9% of the staff at Steilacoom High School posess a Master's Degree or higher, and 62.2% of graduates go on to attend either a 2-year or 4-year college. The top 4-year Universities attended by Steilacoom High School graduates include The University of Washington, Pacific Lutheran University and Western Washington University.
Lakes High School
10320 Farwest Dr SW, Lakewood, WA 98498

Lakes High School's mission is that students will be able to connect, compete and collaborate as global citizens. ItMore provides the students with an effective academic and career-oriented education that is rigorous and relevant, and builds positive relationships.

Lakes High School is located blocks away from Pierce County Community College and is known statewide for its sports programs, especially its Lancer's football team that has made the playoffs numerous times in the past 10 years.

Southgate Elementary School
10202 Earley Ave SW, Lakewood, WA 98499

Southgate Elementary School's mission is to educate the whole child.  The school believes that all children canMore excel at academics, and that activities and citizenship are just as important.   Southgate's students know that the teachers have high expectations for them. The elemenary school welcomes involvement from parents and the community.

Southgate is located in a quiet suburb of Lakewood close to I-5 and Hwy 512. The elementary school is part of the Clover Park School district.

 

Clover Park High School
11023 Gravelly Lake Dr SW, Lakewood, WA 98499

The mission of Clover Park High School is to provide a strong intellectual, physical, emotional and socialMore foundation, which enables students to become productive members of a diverse, dynamic, democratic society.

The Clover Park High School staff believes learning is exciting and lifelong. Education is equally accessible to all students and accommodates all learning styles. Students have the opportunity to gain the necessary knowledge and skills to be productive, reasonable, self-sufficient community members. All people have dignity and deserve respect. The school provides a healthy, safe environment that promotes learning. Parents, staff, students and community members share the responsibility for the support of the school's mission.

Clover Park School District
10903 Gravelly Lake Dr SW, Lakewood, WA 98499

The Clover Park School District has a student enrollment of 11,681 and is the one of the top five largest publicMore school districts in Pierce County, 26th largest in the state. It features 17 elementary schools, four middle schools, two high schools, an alternative school and four other schools/services.

Thirty percent of the CPSD students live on the Joint Base Lewis-McChord communities nearby. The student enrollment is ethnically diverse, with 19 percent Hispanic, 18 percent African American, six percent Asian American and six percent multiracial. More than half the student-body is non-caucasian.

In the spring of 2009, students in grades 3-8 and high school sophomores through 10 took the Washington Assessment of Student Learning and more than 90 percent of 10th graders met or exceeded standard in WAS writing, which is higher than the state average, according to Clover Park 2009-10 annual report. The report also revealed general improvement across other subjects like match and reading.

Hillside Elementary
6399 Magnolia Blvd, Joint Base Lewis McChord, WA 98433

Hillside Elementary's mission is "to educate the whole child." The school believes that all children canMore excel at academics and that activities and citizenship are just as important. Teachers and staff have high expectations of the students which they believe will help students survive in a demanding world. The school supports any and all community involvement.

Hillside's state assesment scores for third grade in 2009-2010 were 64 percent reading and 66 percent for math (percentage of students meeting or exceeding state standards). These scores are on the high side for the Clover Park School District and should be celebrated. Hillside currently has the "Make Your Day" discipline system in place for its students. The school is located on Joint Base Lewis McChord in Lakewood.

Park Lodge Elementary School
6300 100th St SW, Lakewood, WA 98499
Park Lodge Elementary School is part of the Clover Park School District. It follows the Paideia method of education,More which encourages students to be life-long learners. Park Lodge is located in the heart of downtown Lakewood right off of Gravelly Lake Drive SW, near Clover Park High School and the Student Service Center. The school building is fairly new for Clover Park. State assessment scores for fifth grade were recorded at 57.4 percent for reading and 41 percent for math. Percentages reflect students that met or exceeded state expectations.
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