Clover Park

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Our Mission

Clover Park High School is a diverse learning community where students develop knowledge, perseverance and skills to become lifelong learners focused on serving and leading in a global society.

Clover Creed

Community, Perseverence, Honor, Scholarship
These are the values we seek to to demonstrate everyday.

Washington Report Cards Available

Washington State report cards provide school data at the state, school district and school building level. The report cards may be downloaded from the Office of Superintendent of Public Instruction website here or by contacting the school at the number listed above.

District Mission

The mission of Clover Park School District is to ensure each child learns what he or she needs to know to succeed and contribute to the community.


Clover Park

High School


Tim Stults,


11023 Gravelly Lake Drive SW, Lakewood WA 98499 • 253-583-5500 Fax: 253-583-5508

Parent and Community Involvement

Parent and community engagement is key to student success. All parents, family and community members are invited to be involved in our school. We offer a variety of ways for interested individuals to support our students. Some examples include joining our parent organization, volunteer tutoring, chaperoning field trips, serving as a site council member and helping with school special events. Please contact us at the above number to learn more about getting involved with our school.

School Improvement Plan

The following elements were focus areas for Clover Park High School during the 2017-18 school year:

  • Personalizing education by refining smaller learning communities within CPHS, including the development of a 9th grade transition program and further development of Professional Learning Communities.
  • Increasing student preparation for the Smarter Balanced Assessment to enable all students to meet required state testing standards.
  • Reducing the achievement gap between the CPHS student average and the state average on the Smarter Balanced Assessment.
  • Reaching the federal and state participation requirement of 95% for the Smarter Balanced Assessment
  • Increasing college and career readiness for all students by increasing the extended graduation rate by 2%.
  • Raising the level of mutual respect, trust and pride for all stakeholders through utilization of “Safe and Civil Schools” best practices.
  • Raising the level of rigor and expectations for student achievement through the continuation of modeling, establishing norms, developing standards based rubrics, and further implementing best practices for assessment through Professional Learning Communities.
  • Increasing availability of AVID Elective courses for all grade levels and implementing AVID aligned core instructional strategies school-wide.

Facility Use

Our school is used throughout the school year during non-school hours by parents, community organizations and recreation groups. A facility use application is required for use of our facility and can be obtained by calling 253-583-7354. The general condition of our school is rated as fair (includes pool) per the Office of the Superintendent of Public Instruction scoring guidelines.


Basic - $7,185,061
Title 1/Learning Assistance Program (LAP) - 541,304
Other allocations - 709,351
Special Education (SPED) - 1,929,932
Transitional Biligual Instructional Program (TBIP) - 201,090
Career & Technical Education (CTE) - 1,266,609
Total budget - 11,833,347

District average per-pupil expenditure in 2016-17 - 14,561.08

Community Perception Survey

A summary of the district's 2017 community perception survey is available here.