Largest Alaska Public Schools

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(506)
 
High
(296)
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(296)
 
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(311)
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(311)
 
Elementary
(428)
Elementary
(428)
 
Pre-K
(298)
Pre-K
(298)
 
  • The public school in Alaska has approximately average 263 students (2020).
  • The public schools with the largest student enrollments are listed below (where sufficient data available).
  • The largest public school in Alaska (by enrollment) is Interior Distance Education Of Alaska (idea) with 4,236 students.

Largest Alaska Public Schools (2020)

  • School # Students Grades Location
  • 1. Students: 4,236
    Grades: PK-122157 Van Horn Rd
    FairbanksAK 99701
    (907)374-2200

  • 2.
    East High SchoolRank: #2
    Magnet School
    Students: 2,031
    Grades: 9-124025 E Northern Lights Blvd
    AnchorageAK 99508
    (907)742-2100

  • 3.
    West High SchoolRank: #3
    Magnet School
    Students: 1,805
    Grades: 9-121700 Hillcrest Dr
    AnchorageAK 99517
    (907)742-2500

  • 4.
    Mat-su Central SchoolRank: #4
    Students: 1,698
    Grades: K-12600 E Railroad Ave #6
    WasillaAK 99654
    (907)352-7480

  • 5.
    Dimond High SchoolRank: #5
    Magnet School
    Students: 1,652
    Grades: 9-122909 W 88th Ave
    AnchorageAK 99502
    (907)742-7000

  • 6.
    Service High SchoolRank: #6
    Magnet School
    Students: 1,594
    Grades: 9-125577 Abbott Rd
    AnchorageAK 99507
    (907)742-8100

  • 7.
    Raven SchoolRank: #7
    Students: 1,515
    Grades: PK-124762 Old Airport Way
    FairbanksAK 99709
    (907)374-9401

  • 8.
    South Anchorage High SchoolRank: #8
    Students: 1,411
    Grades: 9-1213400 Elmore Rd
    AnchorageAK 99516
    (907)742-6200

  • 9.
    Bartlett High SchoolRank: #9
    Students: 1,397
    Grades: 9-121101 Golden Bear Dr
    AnchorageAK 99504
    (907)742-1800

  • 10.
    Colony High SchoolRank: #10
    Students: 1,121
    Grades: 9-129550 E Bogard Rd
    PalmerAK 99645
    (907)861-5500

  • 11.
    Lathrop High SchoolRank: #11
    Students: 1,023
    Grades: 9-12901 Airport Way
    FairbanksAK 99701
    (907)456-7794

  • 12.
    Nicholas J. Begich Middle SchoolRank: #12
    Students: 1,007
    Grades: 6-87440 Creekside Center Dr
    AnchorageAK 99504
    (907)742-0500

  • 13.
    Chugiak High SchoolRank: #13
    Magnet School
    Students: 1,004
    Grades: 9-1216525 S Birchwood Loop Rd
    ChugiakAK 99567
    (907)742-3050

  • 14.
    Cyberlynx Correspondence ProgramRank: #14
    Students: 993
    Grades: PK-12406 E 2nd St
    NenanaAK 99760
    (907)832-5423

  • 15.
    West Valley High SchoolRank: #15
    Students: 976
    Grades: 9-123800 Geist Rd
    FairbanksAK 99709
    (907)479-4221

  • 16.
    Wasilla High SchoolRank: #16
    Students: 929
    Grades: 9-12701 E Bogard Rd
    WasillaAK 99654
    (907)352-8200

  • 17.
    Clark Middle SchoolRank: #17
    Students: 900
    Grades: 6-8150 South Bragaw St
    AnchorageAK 99508
    (907)742-4700

  • 18.
    Eagle River High SchoolRank: #18
    Students: 876
    Grades: 9-128701 Yosemite Dr
    Eagle RiverAK 99577
    (907)742-2700

  • 19.
    Mears Middle SchoolRank: #19
    Magnet School
    Students: 802
    Grades: 7-82700 W 100th
    AnchorageAK 99515
    (907)742-6400

  • 20.
    Teeland Middle SchoolRank: #20
    Students: 771
    Grades: 6-82788 N Seward Meridian Pkwy
    WasillaAK 99654
    (907)352-7500

  • 21.
    Romig Middle SchoolRank: #21
    Magnet School
    Students: 770
    Grades: 7-82500 Minnesota Dr
    AnchorageAK 99503
    (907)742-5200

  • 22.
    Palmer High SchoolRank: #22
    Students: 765
    Grades: 9-121170 W Bogard Rd
    PalmerAK 99645
    (907)746-8400

  • 23.
    Colony Middle SchoolRank: #23
    Students: 764
    Grades: 6-89250 E Bogard Rd
    PalmerAK 99645
    (907)761-1500

  • 24.
    Denali PeakRank: #24
    Students: 737
    Grades: PK-121 Suntrana St
    HealyAK 99743
    (907)683-2278

  • 25.
    North Pole High SchoolRank: #25
    Students: 708
    Grades: 9-12601 Nphs Blvd
    North PoleAK 99705
    (907)488-3761

  • 26.
    Goldenview Middle SchoolRank: #26
    Students: 706
    Grades: 7-815800 Goldenview Dr
    AnchorageAK 99516
    (907)348-8626

  • 27.
    Fred Ipalook Elementary SchoolRank: #27
    Students: 704
    Grades: PK-52070 Ahkovak St
    BarrowAK 99723
    (907)852-4711

  • 28.
    Thunder Mountain High SchoolRank: #28
    Students: 701
    Grades: 9-123101 Dimond Park Loop
    JuneauAK 99801
    (907)780-1900

  • 29.
    ConnectionsRank: #29
    Students: 697
    Grades: K-12143 E. Park Avenue
    SoldotnaAK 99669
    (907)714-8880

  • 30.
    Mirror Lake Middle SchoolRank: #30
    Magnet School
    Students: 683
    Grades: 6-822901 Lake Hill Dr
    ChugiakAK 99567
    (907)742-3500

  • 31.
    Hanshew Middle SchoolRank: #31
    Students: 682
    Grades: 7-810121 Lake Otis Pkwy
    AnchorageAK 99507
    (907)349-1561

  • 32.
    Family Partnership Charter SchoolRank: #32
    Charter School
    Students: 671
    Grades: K-12401 E Fireweed Ln Ste 100
    AnchorageAK 99503
    (907)742-3700

  • 33.
    Kodiak High SchoolRank: #33
    Students: 657
    Grades: 9-12917 Rezanof East
    KodiakAK 99615
    (907)486-7400

  • 34.
    Mat-su Career & Technical Ed High SchoolRank: #34
    Vocational School
    Students: 656
    Grades: 8-122472 N Seward Meridian Pkwy
    WasillaAK 99654
    (907)352-0400

  • 35.
    Sand Lake Elementary SchoolRank: #35
    Magnet School
    Students: 654
    Grades: PK-67500 Jewel Lake Rd
    AnchorageAK 99502
    (907)243-2161

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