Passionate Teachers
Focused Learning Environment
Responsive Students
Involved Parents

Swan School Mission

Swan School builds strong learners in an environment of academic excellence aligned with creativity and personal expression. We develop wise and compassionate leaders as an investment in everyone’s future.

About Swan School

We are located in a quiet residential neighborhood in Port Townsend, Washington, on school-owned grounds that include five classrooms, an ever-growing library, and a large grassy and wooded playground.

You will find this is a very special place for children and their parents. Our community offers a diverse program focusing on the talents and needs of your child. The holistic focus is both our heritage and our strength, which has been evolving since Swan School began in 1983.

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Events & Announcements

Swan is on Air!

KPTZ’s Chris Bricker making a radio “show” with Kenenisa, Mateo, Roxie, Zadie & Terry!
Tues,1/16 at 9:30 a.m.~ tune into 91.9 KPTZ for a brief conversation with Swan kids. Entertaining & just the first of many. There is a movement afoot to have Swan students on-air to read stories, sing songs, play music and to ask those sorts of thought-provoking questions that only children can ask!

Plantathon- Cards and Planting!

Swan School is all about plantathon again this year- an annual tree planting to restore salmon habitat on the Olympic Peninsula. This year we are planting along Tarboo Creek as a part of a larger effort to bring back wild salmon. This year, 200 students and family members from five school on the Olympic Peninsula, WA are planting 3,000 native trees along a newly restored stream. The growing forest will shade the stream and benefit fish and wildlife in perpetuity.

You can purchase cards to support Swan School and plantathon for $5 in the office (see the left sidebar for the beautiful cover), and make sure to mark your calendars if you would like to join us for the big planting on February 3rd!


Photos from last year’s planting:

January Extended Programs and Calendar