High School


Spring Street International School 春路國際學校 (華盛頓州 WA)


Spring Street Int’l is a small school with close to 80 students offering Grade 6 to 12, it is located in a small island town at the center of the Salish Sea just 70 miles north of Seattle. The island setting allows for diverse educational experiences and a broad range of perspectives.

Approximately two-thirds of day students come from San Juan Island. Others commute by ferry from Orcas, Shaw and Lopez Islands. Close to fifteen students from Washington State and Asian countries board at the school's dormitory.

Graduates in the past got accepted to universities including: 

Boston College, Boston University, Dartmouth College, DePaul College, GWU, Indiana U, New York University, Oregon State University, Portland State University, Pennsylvania State University, University of British Columbia, UC Berkeley, UC Irvine, University of Southern California, University of Michigan - Ann Arbor, University of Washington etc.


The Basics
Setting Suburban
School Type Private International (Co-ed) School
Tuition ~US$43,500 (include boarding)
Housing Dorm
Transfer Records US Top 80 Universities
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General Information
State Washington (WA)
Location Friday Harbor, Saint Juan Island
Campus Size 2 acre
Year Founded 1995
Level Offered Grad 6 to 12
Enrollment ~80
International 15%
Student-to-Teacher 10:1

The school balances an intensive academic program and experiential education.

AP courses

Calculus, Environmental Science, History, and Art.

School Curriculum is complement with wilderness adventures, field trips, and an overseas field study program.

A unique US High School

Spring Street International School has been connecting the classroom to the real world. It also has a longstanding commitment to providing island and boarding students the opportunity to develop an appreciation of the diversity of the world, in the process promoting resspect for others.

Spring Street International School has grown over the years to a middle school and high school enrollment of about 75 students, including more than a dozen from foreign countries.