Sedro-Woolley Schools

"Every student graduates with the knowledge and skills for future learning and success."


Did you know that the Sedro-Woolley School District has one of the highest graduation rates in Washington State?  Contrary to state and national statistics of a 68-70% graduation rate, in Sedro-Woolley, we have a 90% district graduation rate, students graduating in four years.


Did you know this year’s graduating class received over $2.6 million in scholarships?


Did you know that Sedro-Woolley School District already has a number of STEM initiatives in the classroom? For example, Evergreen Elementary is becoming a STEM-themed school focused on integrating engineering practices in the math and science curriculum.  Evergreen has been participating in Western Washington University's SEISMIC (School-wide Elementary Improvement in Science and Math Instruction through Collaboration) - a program designed to integrate engineering practices and other STEM concepts into the elementary science program. 


Did you know Sedro-Woolley schools are award winners? Sedro-Woolley High School earned two Distinction awards for their Extended Graduation Rate. This award recognizes high schools that have the highest graduation rates in the state.  The district’s elementary schools have earned Washington Achievement Awards for reading and math improvement.  Schools earning Overall Excellence awards are Big Lake, Lyman and Samish; Central earned the High Progress award, Math Growth awards were received by Big Lake & Lyman.  A highlight is Lyman Elementary, which has earned the School of Distinction award four consecutive years 2011-2014. 


And the list goes on!


Sedro-Woolley has an outstanding school district that serves 4,000 students. The District runs from the Snohomish County line on the south boundary, to the Whatcom County line on the north. The District is strongly supported by the community, continuously passing maintenance and operation levies and recently a bond to build Cascade Middle School.


Click here to learn more about the Sedro-Woolley School District.


Click here to learn more about the District’s Strategic Plan.

Most Likely to Succeed - Free Film Screening, 9/21

Parents: don’t miss the free film screening on 9/21 of “Most Likely to Succeed” - a game changer for Skagit schools. Sponsored by EDASC and the Skagit STEM Network, the film will be shown at the historic Lincoln Theatre in the Mount Vernon. There will also be a 20-minute panel discussion by Skagit School Superintendents.


Check out the trailer:

“STEM skills are critical for our students’ futures. By encouraging students to become more engaged in STEM education, the Skagit STEM Network is making an important investment in the next generation of workers and in the long-term health of our economy.” - U.S. Congressman Rick Larsen (WA-02)





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Contact Us:

Shaun Doffing

Sedro-Woolley School District

(360) 941-6929


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