Pacific Crest Montessori School began with one primary (ages 3-6) classroom in September 1985. Over the next four years, a second primary classroom and an elementary classroom were added. Pacific Crest Middle School began with 19 students in 1989. In the spring of 1993, the two schools joined together to remodel our current facility. The schools formally merged to form Pacific Crest School in July 1994. We have grown to our current enrollment of 214 students. The Middle School continues to enroll students from our elementary program as well as from a variety of other private and public schools in Seattle.
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Student Teacher Ratio
11 : 1
32% Male / 68% Female
Percentage of Student Body
Black or African American
Associations & Memberships
State or regional independent school association
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