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Pine Lake Cooperative Pre-School
21333 SE 20th St, Sammamish, WA 98075

Pinelake Cooperative Pre-School encourages children to learn through creative activities, discovery andMore exploration. 

The pre-school begins in mid-September and continues through the end of May.  The school observes the same holiday and closure schedule as the Issaquah School District (schedule distributed at the beginning of every the school year.) 

Pine Lake Coop Pre-school is a parent run organization and parent participation is what makes the school so special.

Apex Learning
19715 SE 21st St, Sammamish, WA 98075

Apex Learning provides digital educational curriculum to secondary schools and school districts.  Apex LearningMore has also been accredited as a Distance Education School by the Commission on Schools of the Northwest Association of Accredited Schools (NAAS). 

For more information please visit its website or primary location in Seattle.

Eastlake Senior High School
400 228th Ave NE, Sammamish, WA 98074

Eastlake Senior High School, which enrolls students in grades 10 to 12, is one of three high schools on theMore Sammamish Plateau. It has served residents since it opened in 1993 and is part of the Lake Washington School District.

Students learn from a core group of teachers, who coordinate lessons in math, history, science and English. The school also has Advanced Placement, Honors and Running Start programs. Running Start lets high school students take college classes.

In 2009, the student body was made up of 732 males and 617 females. The school's 76 teachers have an average of more than 11 years of experience. Nearly 70 percent of the teachers have received their master's degree. Wolves are the school's mascot.

Eastlake's feeder schools are: Inglewood Jr. High School and Evergreen Jr. High School (Redmond). Students from the following elementary schools also are in the Eastlake attendance area: Louisa May Alcott (Redmond), Elizabeth Blackwell, Rachel Carson, Margaret Mead, Christa McAuliffe and Samantha Smith.

Cascade Ridge Elementary School
2020 Trossachs Blvd SE, Sammamish, WA 98075

Cascade Ridge Elementary School serves More href="http://www.issaquah.wednet.edu/documents/maps/Cascade.pdf">neighborhoods in Sammamish's southeast, mainly families living on and near Trossachs Boulevard Southeast.

In October 2009, the school had an enrollment of 558 students, ranging from kindergarten to the 5th grade. Of that number, nearly 56 percent were girls. The school had 35 teachers during the 2009-10 academic year, each with an average of nine years of experience. More than half of all instructors - or 57 percent - had received their master's degrees.

The school boasts strong PTSA involvement and thousands of volunteer hours from parents and community members. The school also has received a School of Distinction award, given by the Office of Superintendent of Public Instruction.

The state honors schools with the award when students do better than the average performance in statewide reading and writing tests.

The school mascot is the coyote. The Coyote Club is the school's before- and after-school enrichment program. On clear days, visitors can enjoy mountain views.

Creekside Elementary School
20777 SE 16th St, Sammamish, WA 98075

Creekside Elementary School opened in the fall of 2010 and welcomes students from kindergarten to the 5thMore grade. Creekside is Issaquah School District's 15th elementary school.

The school has 28 classrooms housed in an energy-efficient building with a faculty of 25 instructors. Nearly all the teachers have campus websites to communicate with families. The school's yard has covered play areas.

The school mascot is the Otter. Creekside offers an enrichment program called the Otter Club, which operates before and after school. The attendance area is largely south of Southeast 8th Street and west of 228th Avenue Southeast.

Renaissance School of Art and Reasoning
400 228th Ave NE, Sammamish, WA 98074

Based at Eastlake High School, Renaissance School of Art and Reasoning blends visual and performing arts, as well asMore science and math, together for its 7th to 9th grade students. In addition to art, the school stresses critical thinking skills and community awareness.

The institution is a Choice School in the Lake Washington School District. That means it is small by design and geared to meet specific academic needs and interests. Renaissance administrators even offer advice on whether a Choice School is a good fit for a student. 

The school, founded in 2006, has a maximum enrollment of 90 students. During the 2009-10 school year, 61 percent of the students were girls and 39 percent were boys. The school has six teachers, with each one having an average of nearly 10 years of experience.

Lake Washington School District
16250 NE 74th St, Redmond, WA 98052

The Redmond-based Lake Washington School District operates seven public schools in Sammamish andMore largely serves students in the northern part of the city.

Those schools are: Eastlake High School, route: {:controller=>"listings", :id=>"eastlake-senior-high-school", :action=>"show"} -->, Inglewood Jr. High School, Elizabeth Blackwell Elementary, Rachel Carson Elementary, Christa McAuliffe Elementary, Margaret Mead Elementary and , Pine Lake Middle School, Cascade Ridge Elementary, Creekside Elementary, Discovery Elementary and