District Announcements

    • First Day of School Grades 1-12

      Monday, August 26

      The 2019-2020 school year will soon begin.

      Bus Route Information to Know

      As students prepare to return for the 2019-2020 school year, please see important bus route information.  Please review carefully as there have been many changes to this year's bus route schedules.

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    • School will soon begin in the Selah School District.

      Back-to-School Newsletter

      Read all about it!  Get the latest back-to-school information in our newsletter.  Read the newsletter here.   

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    • It's back-to-school in the Selah School District

      When Do Classes Begin?

       First Day of School Grades 1-12

      Monday, August 26

      First Days of Kindergarten

      Group A—Wednesday, August 28

      Group B—Thursday, August 29

      Dual Language—Tuesday, September 3

      First Days of Preschool

      Schedule C (Full-Weeks)—Thursday, August 29

      Schedule A—Thursday, September 5

      Schedule B—Friday, September 6

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    • 2019-2020 Bell Schedules

      The 2019-2020 school bell schedule has been set.

      With a new school year around the corner, 2019-2020 bell schedules for each building have been set.  Too see what time your student will attend school, access the schedule.

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    • School in the Selah School District begins on Monday, August 27.

      School Supply Lists

      It's never to early to prepare for next school year.  Plan ahead for back-to-school and access supply lists for John Campbell, Selah Intermediate, and Selah Middle School.  Visit their websites, or access:

      John Campbell Primary School

      Selah Intermediate School

      Selah Middle School


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    • We Have an App for That...

      Download our District app!

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    News Updates


    • Welcome to the Selah School District—Home of the Vikings

      In Selah, our school district is an important entity in the community and works with the City, local businesses, and various organizations to build a stable education system which helps develop a strong community overall.  Selah patrons have a solid reputation of supporting their schools. 

      The Selah School District serves approximately 3,500 students and is comprised of the Robert Lince Early Learning Center, John Campbell Primary School, Selah Intermediate School, Selah Middle School, Selah High School and Selah Academy.  Additionally, the District has a HomeLink Center as well as other alternative learning opportunities. 

      Our District is committed to achievement and its core purpose of ensuring high levels of learning for every student.  Also, staff and students follow the Viking Way, a culture of achievement where the foundation of the District’s beliefs emphasize that every student is worthy and capable of making meaningful contributions to his or her communities, strong character is at the heart of preparing our students for lifelong success, and in a culture of excellence every student graduates on time prepared for college and career opportunities.

    Points of Pride

    • A Trio of Vikings Selected to All-State Team!

      A trio of Vikings have hit a home run as they have been honored with selection to the All-State Baseball Team released by the Washington State Baseball Coaches Association.

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    • Selah High School Students Headline the Story!

      A quartet of Selah High School students used to reporting on the news are now headlining the story as they have been honored this summer for their journalism work as members of the Yakima Herald Republic’s Unleashed team.

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    • Selah Middle School Students Bring Awareness to Human Trafficking

      For a group of Selah Middle School students, the statistics were too alarming to ignore, and, as they immersed themselves into a year-end assignment, the one number they could not overlook was 11. Eleven. This number, students found, is the figure that signifies the bottom of an age range, 11-21, when human trafficking statistically begins. For these students, who themselves are not many years past age 11, the figure signified one of the alarming statistics that motivated them to turn a classroom project into the need to act.

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