For Fall 2020, Peninsula School District will plan for almost all students to begin the 2020-2021 school year with a full remote learning model, called Remote Learning 2.0, when classes start on September 8, 2020; and bring students back for in-person learning later this year if possible.
All student artwork submissions can be viewed at psd401.net/staystrongart. A panel of judges selected some outstanding entries from our submissions as well to feature on social media.
Virtual graduation ceremonies for Gig Harbor High School, Peninsula High School and Henderson Bay High School will be presented on Saturday, July 25 at 12 pm on the Peninsula School District website.
PHS skilled trades teacher Eric Morton has been recognized as one of 50 teacher and teacher team finalists.
Superintendent Art Jarvis has announced that Jason Gregory has been selected as the new assistant principal at Gig Harbor High School.
The Peninsula School District is pleased to recognize 32 high school students who have earned the Varsity Letter in Community Service during the 2019-2020 school year.
Welcome to the Peninsula School District located in Gig Harbor, Washington. Peninsula School District is comprised of 15 schools and nearly 9,000 students. Geographically, it is located across Puget Sound from the Seattle/Tacoma area and covers a 120 square-mile area on two peninsulas. The Peninsula School District is considered one of the strongest and most innovative districts in the State of Washington.
Gig Harbor is nestled at the south end of Puget Sound. This quiet waterfront village is a community rich in maritime history, scenery, quaint shops, and unparalleled recreation. Gig Harbor is an easy 45-minute drive from Seattle/Tacoma International Airport and has convenient access to Tacoma, Seattle, Mt. Rainier National Park, Olympic National Park and many picturesque towns along the way.