Top 5 School in the Wenatchee School District
Based on the data provided by publicschoolreview.com, we list the top 5 schools in the Wenatchee School District. The ranking is in order of recent test results for Math and Reading Proficiency.
The Wenatchee School District in Washington is home to several schools offering quality education to its students. The district serves approximately 7,000 students across 14 schools. The schools range from elementary schools to high schools, providing quality education to students of all ages.
TOP 5 schools in the Wenatchee School District
1. Sunnyslope Elementary School
Sunnyslope Elementary School is the top-ranked school in the district. The school has a student population of approximately 290 students, and it has a student to teacher ratio of 15 to 1. Sunnyslope Elementary School is known for its excellent academic programs and extracurricular activities. The school has a GreatSchools rating of 9 out of 10.
2. Washington Elementary
Its 464 student’s placed in the top 30% of all schools in the latest Washington State test scores. Washington’s student to teacher ratio is 13 to 1. It’s known for having great test scores in student math proficiency and reading proficiency.
3. Foothills Middle School
This is a school that serves 550 students in 6th, 7th and 8th grade. Foothills has a student to teacher ratio of 17 to 1. Foothills students scored in the top 50% of all Washington Schools for overall test scores. It’s math proficiency is top 1% and reading proficiency is top 1% (from the 2020-21 school year).
4. Wenatchee High School
The fourth-ranked school in the district. The school has a student population of just over 2,000 students, and it has a student to teacher ratio of 21 to 1. Wenatchee High School is known for its excellent academic programs, including advanced classes in math, science, and English. The school has a GreatSchools rating of 5 out of 10.
5. Open Doors Re-Engagement School
This is an alternative school that serves 103 students, grades 9-12. Open Doors are engaging disconnected youth through programs that encourage community partnerships, create multiple pathways for students to realize success, and provide an on-ramp to post-secondary achievement through a performance-based, individualized support model.
Other schools in the report, in order: John Newberry Elementary, Mission View Elementary, Pioneer Middle School, Orchard Middle School, Abraham Lincoln Elementary School, Westside High School, Columbia Elementary, Lewis and Clark Elementary, Chelan County Juvenile Detention Center, Skill Source Center, Special Education School, Valley Academy of Learning, Wenatchee Internet Academy, Wenatchee Valley Technical Skill Center
INFO SOURCE: https://www.publicschoolreview.com/washington/wenatchee#google_vignette