The Napavine School District is a small school district serving approximately 760 students in grades Kindergarten through 12th.
Napavine Elementary is home to students in Kindergarten through 6th Grade. The building underwent a renovation and modernization in 2001, adding additional classroom space, a new gym, commons and office area. The gym is used for both Elementary and Middle School functions.
Students in 7th and 8th grade attend Napavine Middle School and students in 9th through 12th grade attend Napavine High School. The Middle School and High School are located on one campus, but are separated by classrooms, schedules and teaching staff while being joined by administration, services and specialized programs. The middle school and high school share common areas, like a lunch room, office and library. The current high school building was constructed in 1980.
Napavine has a strong academic history and routinely ranks among the highest in Lewis County and the state on the Smarter Balanced Assessments. Napavine School District was rated the highest rated school in Lewis County (according to backgroundchecks.org) based on student performance, dropout rates, school funding and poverty rates. Overall Napavine was rated 40th out of 300 school districts in the state of Washington.
Napavine High School has a strong, well-balanced, and highly competitive athletic program, and both the boys' and girls' basketball programs are perennial state participants. Napavine High School will remain classified 2B for the next WIAA classification.
You can find our District and School Improvement plans here:
OSPI Citizen Complaint Procedure Parent Letter
OSPI Citizen Complaint Procedure
School Improvement Plans School Year 2016-2017