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School Performance Report

Meadowdale High

School Mission

At Meadowdale High School we prepare students for the challenges presented by a rapidly changing, complex, interdependent world community. Students’ interests, needs and learning styles are considered as we assist them in the acquisition of knowledge and its application to real life situations. We encourage and recognize continual learning, personal achievement and teamwork. We value diversity in thoughts, beliefs and cultures. Meadowdale High School has developed a solid curriculum that provides essential knowledge for its students. From the accumulation of knowledge, students are given opportunities to utilize what they have learned as they make connections to real life situations. Our graduates have proven to be successful in continued education and areas of employment while society has become more demanding in its need for creativity and effective problem solving. Meadowdale High School continues to prepare its students well.

School Information

View the plan to achieve equity, engagement, and excellence for our students:

Meadowdale HighSchool Improvement Plan

View enrollment, demographics, teacher information and State test scores:

Meadowdale HighWashington State Report Card

Meadowdale High entrance

About our Building

Opened: 1998, thanks to the voter-approved 1994 Capital Construction Bond
Square footage: 197,306

We are proud that our school facility is used extensively by our community for meetings, events and youth activities.

Meadowdale High Construction Project

Edmonds School District logo

Our Mission

Our mission is to advocate for each and every student by providing learning environments that embrace their cultural and linguistic diversity as an asset that will prepare them for success as lifelong learners and responsible world citizens.

Invitation to Participate

We embrace reciprocal partnerships with our families to meet them where they are and honor and respect their cultural and lived experiences. One of our strategic goals is to communicate and partner with families and community members so they understand their role in supporting the students in our district.


Committees and Parent Groups

Districtwide Funds

General Fund budgeted expenditures:

Cost Center


Basic Ed. - Classroom 53.5%
Special Education 16.0%
Other Grants/Programs 13.8%
Basic Ed. -Admin & Support 10.8%
Pupil Transportation 4.1%
Food Services 1.8%