The Yakima School District is located primarily within the boundaries of the City of Yakima. Serving a diverse population of nearly 16,000 students, Yakima is the 20th largest district in Washington, the fourth largest in Eastern Washington, and the 2nd largest Latino-majority district in the state.
One size does not fit all, especially when it comes to education. Every elementary school in the District provides full-day, daily kindergarten classes; International Baccalaureate and Advanced Placement programs at two high schools attract students from out-of-district; an already strong vocational program is growing every day with a state-of-the-art skills center; and alternative offerings include Stanton Academy, Yakima Online! and various satellite programs.
View our OSPI report card for more information about our district and schools: https://tinyurl.com/YSDReportCard
Did you know?
108 teachers have earned the prestigious National Board for Professional Teaching Standards certification.
Kindergarten students across the district attend class all day - and are reading!
The Yakima Schools Foundation donated over $45,000 in grants towards student materials and services in 2018-19.
2018 Quick Stats
Total Enrollment 15,974 Graduation Rates: Yakima School District 79.5% Washington State 80.9% Davis High School 88.7% Eisenhower High School 84.8% Ethnic Distribution: Hispanic 78.7% White 16.9% Two or More Races 2.4% Native American 0.9% Black 0.7% Asian 0.4% Pacific Islander 0.1% Personnel: Certificated Staff 983 Support Staff 901 Administrators 89 National Board Certified 108
Please download our Annual Report for more information.