District Announcements

    • The John Campbell Primary Holiday Performances will be Live Streamed on the Selah School District Facebook Page. You DO NOT need a facebook account to view each performance and you can view each performance at a later time also on the Selah School District Facebook Page. 

      Access the Live Steam by Clicking HERE at each performance start time.

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    • As we continue our Selah Staff Spotlight video series, this month’s focus is on Debbie McGuire from the Transportation Department.  Through Debbie’s constant focus on safety and protecting Selah students from harm, see why she is in the staff spotlight. 

      Debbie McGuire

      Watch Here.

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    • Board Meeting Rescheduled for December 21

      The School Board Meeting scheduled on Thursday, December 14, has been rescheduled for Thursday, December 21, at 5:00 p.m. to be held at the District Administration Offices.

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    • We Have an App for That...

      Download our District app!

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    • The Selah School District is accepting nominations to identify Highly Capable students in Grades 2-11 until January 19, 2018 (end of Semester 1) for the 2018-2019 school year. Click Here to learn more. 

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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



    Featured Video

    Viking Word of the Month

    • HONOR

      In The Viking Way culture, HONOR is doing what's right and having respect for yourself and others.

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