Wrangell Public Schools

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Wrangell Public Schools serves approximately 290 students in three school facilities in the heart of the community. 

Evergreen Elementary is a K-5 school that is surrounded by the beauty of Southeast Alaska on Wrangell Island. We have approximately 120 students with an average class size of 14 in kindergarten - third grade classrooms.

Also located in picturesque Southeastern Alaska, Stikine Middle School is the home of the cougars and Wrangell High School is the home of the wolves.  Both schools host an array of highly qualified teachers offering courses in a variety of academic and elective areas.  The curriculum is designed so that students can challenge themselves on a daily basis in an effort to prepare them for the rigors of life. 

All communities have individuals who have special needs and the Wrangell Public Schools has an excellent program to meet these needs.  Children from the ages of 3 to their 22nd birthday are provided special education  and related services based upon eligibility criteria.   Two special education teachers coordinate special education and related services for the district.  Whenever possible the School Board desires both non-disabled and disabled children to share an interactive environment, which nurtures understanding, cooperation and mutual respect.

Wrangell Public School Board believes that understanding, acknowledging, and honoring cultural diversity is a must and that all children, given adequate opportunity and support, can learn.  They agree that setting high standards, which sets high expectations, produces high achievement. The Board believes that results matter and teaching for results builds accountability for results.  The results of this focus and effort is the proud report of all three schools having met the indicators of Adequate Yearly Progress (APY) as determined by the State of Alaska and the graduation rate being over 90%.

The Wrangell School Board states: “The purpose of education is to help ensure that all students will succeed in their education and work, shape worthwhile and satisfying lives for themselves, exemplify the best values of society, and be effective in improving the character and quality of the world about them.”