Trout Lake School

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Trout Lake School
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2310 Highway 141,
Trout Lake, Washington
Coordinates 45°59′21″N121°30′56″W / 45.98916667°N 121.51555556°W / 45.98916667; -121.51555556 Coordinates: 45°59′21″N121°30′56″W / 45.98916667°N 121.51555556°W / 45.98916667; -121.51555556
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School district Trout Lake School District #400
Grades K–12
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Trout Lake School is a public school that serves 200 students in grades K–12 located in Trout Lake, Washington. Unlike most school districts, where there is a clear distinction between the middle school/junior high and high school levels, they are combined at Trout Lake School. 83% of the students are White, while 13% are Hispanic and the rest are American Indian. [1]

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