Cashmere School District is a highly rated, public school district located in Cashmere, WA. It has 1,543 students in grades PK, K-12 with a student-teacher ratio of 19 to 1. According to state test scores, 55% of students are at least proficient in math and 66% in reading.
210 S Division St
Cashmere, WA 98815
Cashmere School District Rankings
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Cashmere School District Reviews
I grew up in the Cashmere School District my whole life. I went through all the Cashmere Schools and I participated in as much in school and out of school as possible. I was a three-sport athlete for the majority of my time in school and I also was extremely involved in clubs and extracurricular activities in my community. For all of my time spent in the Cashmere School District, there was never one time where I felt like I didn’t have an entire community of people on my side and willing to support me through whatever I needed. A lot of people would say that it's too small of a town and that there's no privacy, but that is what helped shape our town into the supportive, caring, and excellent town that it is. I am proud to say that I am from Cashmere, WA.
I loved attending Cashmere High School because of the quality education, inspiring teachers, top sports programs, well-behaved students, and overall sense of community support. If I changed something, it would be to fix up the facilities a bit because the school's beginning to show its age. Thankfully, preparations to remodel CHS are already underway and this great school will continue to shine.
I completely fell in love with the Cashmere School District ever since I began kindergarten in the Vale Elementary. The staff was always willing to help and taught me how to be a respectable young woman. If you were ever in need of anything, the staff would always be there to support or help you through any and everything. If I could change anything about it, it would be the bias that the higher powers have. There is a higher value placed on being an athlete rather than a band, choir or drama student. I personally was involved in both and I saw what many people brushed off their shoulder as if it were normal. Cashmere is a fantastic place to grow up. I can proudly say that about 98% of my friends from kindergarten stood by my side as we graduated together last year. I will always cherish the Cashmere School District, and I will use it to set standards for the school I would like my future children to be enrolled in.