Tacoma Public Schools

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Meet the Class of 2024

We are celebrating graduation by featuring soon-to-be graduates from each of our high schools.

Read their stories

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Summer Late Nights

Starting June 24, middle and high school students will have a free place to get dinner and hang out with friends every weeknight this summer. 

Learn more about Summer Late Nights

Every Student. Every Day.

Free Tutoring Available

Students in grades 3-12 can access free virtual tutoring services seven days a week. 

Learn more & access tutoring

See Something, Say Something

The number one way to prevent school violence is to report it. Call 911 first, then notify your school.

Learn more about safety and security 

Summer Programs

This summer, students can take advantage of free, online learning opportunities and paid in-person programs.

View summer programs

We're Hiring!

Join Team TPS! We're hiring multiple positions across the district. 

Learn more & apply online

School Improvements & Construction Projects

Thank you voters, for approving our 2020 bond measure to replace or renovate 8 more aging neighborhood schools across Tacoma. 

Construction Project

Beyond the Bell & Club B Activities

Tacoma Public Schools and community partners have come together to offer Beyond the Bell and Club Beyond. Choose from options offered before and after school, data days, and during school breaks.

LEARN MORE & REGISTER YOUR STUDENT

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By The Numbers

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Innovative Schools

2597

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Registered Volunteers

1617

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Enrolled Preschoolers

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Graduation Rate

58

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Schools

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Strategic Plan

This is the road map that drives our work to ensure the success of Every Student. Every Day.

 

 

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Engaging Students

Measuring the Whole Child

Whole children know how to read, write and solve math problems. Whole children are also socially strong, emotionally resilient, advocators, and self-determined. Whole children know how to build quality relationships with each other as critical thinkers and learners.

Whole Child Volunteer

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