Hudtloff Middle School 7702 Phillips Rd SW, Lakewood, WA98498 Hudtloff Middle School is committed to advocating, creating and fostering a nurturing learning environment that prepares…More students to become valued citizens of the community. Hudtloff students are expected to arrive at school respectful, responsible and prepared to learn. The staff is trained to provide rich and varied opportunities for academic achievement. Hudtloff is located on Phillips Road SW, just off of Steilacoom Boulevard. The school currently offers a wide selection of middle school sports and has the top state scores of any Clover Park middle schools.
Lake Louise Elementary School is part of the Clover Park School District which caters to families in and around…More Lakewood and Joint Base Lewis McChord. The school is a k-5 school that feeds into Mann Middle School which is located 2 blocks away. Lake Louise's new principal Kristi Webster is dedicated to student achievement and community involvement.
The staff at Tillicum Elementary School is dedicated to providing a quality education that addresses the unique…More abilities of each student, with the goal of creating positive emotional experiences. It is these positive emotional experiences that will help create and foster a life-long love for learning.
The school is located in the small suburb of Lakewood called Tillicum off exit 123 of I-5. Tillicum is in the Clover Park School District and is a feeder school for Woodbrook Middle School.
Southgate Elementary School's mission is to educate the whole child. The school believes that all children can…More 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.
A-I offers alternative education for high school students. In 2010, A-I High School implemented new programs to…More 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:
The Clover Park School District has a student enrollment of 11,681 and is the one of the top five largest public…More 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.
Mann Middle School is part of the Clover Park School District, which has scores of 63 percent of students meeting or…More exceeding state standards in reading and 38 percent in math for eighth grade. Mann's seventh grade math scores rose in 2009-2010 to 43.8 percent, a 12 percent increase from the prior year. The teachers at Mann average 15.5 years of experience.
Mann Middle School has a full range of after-school sports for seventh- and eighth-graders and clubs for all students. Parents and the community are encouraged to help with academic endeavors. Contact the school for more information.
The Lakeview Hope Elementary School's philosophy is that teachers and students should learn and grow together. "All…More students are perceived as being capable of success. It is a school where everyone believes learning is a lifelong process." The school has adopted two curricula: Bridges for kindergarten and Math Connects for first through fifth grades. These math programs align with the state standards and provide coherence and consistency within grade levels across the district
The principal, JoDee Owens, has an open-door policy and encourages parents and the community to visit and discuss the educational future of the elementary school.
There is a Boys and Girls club located on the same block which offers after-school programs and sports.
Idlewild Elementary School 10806 Idlewild Rd SW, Lakewood, WA98498 Idlewild Elementary School's vision is "to provide every student a strong basic education and to teach students how…More to learn. The school strives to provide an environment in which each child is encouraged to achieve his or her potential." Idlewild Elementary is named for the quiet suburb of Lakewood of the same name. At Idlewild, one finds an administration that values parent and community input for the school.
Custer Elementary School stresses that students, parents, staff and community maintain a cooperative…More partnership, fostering teamwork. The school works to make the learning environment positive and student-centered so that everyone can progress both educationally and personally.
Saint Frances Cabrini School - Extended Care 5621 108th St SW, Lakewood, WA98499 This Extended Care program is run by the Saint Frances Cabrini School, providing quality care for students enrolled…More in the school. Recreational activities, homework study time and snacks are all provided. The Catholic-based environment of this care program is designed to further enhance each student's learning experience.