Washington State Public School Achievement Index

The Washington State Public School Achievement Index rates the quality of more than 2,000 public schools across the state. The Index is based on the State Board of Education's Achievement Index for the school year 2011-12, accessible here

Schools districts are listed alphabetically below. To find your neighborhood school, locate your district’s name, then look up your local school.  For more information on school accountability, see our Policy Note The Washington State Public School Achievement Index.

Policy changes that would improve learning for children without increasing spending are described in WPC’s Education Reform Plan: Eight Practical Ways to Improve the Schools.

** Note: The following presents the state's Achievement Index and adds letter grades to show how A through F ratings would apply if the legislature were to adopt a letter grade system. **

Alphabetically by school district:

* Note: The State Board of Education reports that "Blaine School District data is inaccurate due to free and reduced lunch rate not reported accurately."

By school ranking:


Alphabetically by school: 


* Note: The State Board of Education reports that "Blaine School District data is inaccurate due to free and reduced lunch rate not reported accurately."