School District Rankings for the Issaquah School District

Buyers of homes and real estate in Issaquah with school-age children should consider the school district where the home is located in before buying. Issaquah REALTORS® and real estate agents and brokers are excellent sources of information in regards to which school district a home is located - prior to purchase.

Washington state has 297 separate school districts, many are very good while some need improvement. According to the website SchoolDigger® , the Issaquah School District is ranked number 6 out of the states 297 districts. Rankings are calculated by averaging the rank percentile of the schools within each district. Schools are ranked based on the most recently reported Math and English test scores. Test scores are obtained from the National Center for Education Statistics, U.S. Dept of Education, and the Washington State Office of Superintendent of Public Instruction.

Washington school district rankings2 School District Rankings for the Issaquah School District

 

There are many different methods to compare schools and school districts. Some considerations not included in the rankings above are access to extra-curricular activities, the availability of arts, music and other non math and english studies, class sizes and the student-teacher class-size ratio. These items, and many others, might influence a parents decision as to which school their child may attend. Parents should use the study above as only one tool among many to decide which school and district most fits that child's unique needs and desires.

Danny Evatt is a REALTOR® and Broker with Windermere Issaquah, serving the communities of Issaquah, Sammamish and Snoqualmie; the statements and opinions expressed herein are his own.

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Danny Evatt, REALTOR® is a Real Estate Agent with Coldwell Banker Danforth, serving the communities of Issaquah, Sammamish, Snoqualmie, North Bend & Fall City.

Comments

  1. Helllenusa says:

    I suggest adding additional information about the Issaquah schools, or doing another blog post. My children are grown and don't go to the Issaquah schools anymore but they seemed to enjoyed it and the graduated from college - so they must be good!.
    Helen