Shoreline School District is a highly rated, public school district located in Shoreline, WA. It has 9,899 students in grades PK, K-12 with a student-teacher ratio of 21 to 1. According to state test scores, 68% of students are at least proficient in math and 78% in reading.
Shoreline School District Rankings
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Shoreline School District Reviews
I really like the Shoreline School district because of the Staff and resources. I believe that the teachers are so nice and welcoming, they are extremely passionate about their students succeeding and are very understanding and are willing to accommodate their students needs. The resources that are available for students are great, Shoreline School District does a amazing job at making sure that students are able to get what they need in order to have a successful education without any interruptions.
Shoreline School District is like a small town school district in the middle of a city. It has a close community feel where families know each other, where kids go to school with one another for years and there is unending support for our schools and our students. We have beautiful brand new high schools and our middle schools are currently being remodeled and the elementary schools are starting as well. Our teachers are knowledgable, supportive and I feel more than ready for college next year. I have really enjoyed my thirteen years in the Shoreline School District.
A great school with teachers who care and classmates who work hard for their education. We have a lot of spirit at sporting events and homecoming week, and it's a great energy to be around! We have a lot of resources, but unfortunately our arts programs are underfunded. That's the only real complaint I can make, I've been a part of many clubs and activities through the school and between those and the education from my classes, it has really helped me decide the kind of person I am today.