Don’t Dis My Ability

October is Disability Awareness Month. Kacey McCallister speaks to students to give the opportunity to see people who are different from them as having unique abilities, rather than a disability.




    Videographer taking video footage of student using a computer.

    The goal of the communications department is to engage our communities, including parents, students, staff and community members. We provide information through a variety of media. Those communication tools include this website, social media, newsletters and more. Our goal is to provide all stakeholders the information they need. We also gather feedback to help the district make critical decisions and to continue to improve.


    Electronic Press Kit

    Lake Washington School District (LWSD) is located between Lake Washington and the Cascade Mountains, to the east of Seattle. Covering 76 square miles, LWSD is the public school district for the cities of Kirkland and Redmond as well as about half of Sammamish. On the north end of the district, some Bothell and Woodinville residents also attend our schools. The district map shows school locations and boundaries.

    Number of Schools

    31 Elementary Schools (Grades K-5)
    13 Middle Schools (Grades 6-8)
    9 High Schools (Grades 9-12)

    Note: exact grade levels may vary in choice schools. Schools that serve more than one grade level are counted in each grade level they serve.

    Student Enrollment, October 2017

    Elementary School: 14,797
    Middle School: 6,859
    High School: 7,916

    Total: 29,572

    View full enrollment report

    Student Ethnicity, October 2017

    Hispanic/Latino of any race10.2%
    American Indian/Alaskan Native0.2%
    African American/Black1.7%
    Native Hawaiian/Other Pacific Islander0.1%
    Two or more races7.7%

    View full ethnic enrollment report