I thought some of you might find this information interesting. The Tahoe Daily Tribune released information on South Tahoe area schools. Everything looks good to me except that Zephyr Cove’s middle school, Kingsbury Middle School, closed on June 9, 2008. Sixth graders will now go to Zephyr Cove Elementary. Seventh and eighth graders will go to Whittell High School, which is also in Zephyr Cove.
Parents Have Choice of South Shore Schools
Tahoe Daily Tribune, June 13, 2008
The Lake Tahoe Unified School District consists of four elementary schools, a middle school, a high school and a continuation school.
There are approximately 5,000 students in South Lake Tahoe and 200 teachers making the student to teacher ratio about 16 to 1. There are slightly more male students (53 percent) than female students. Fifty-five percent of students are white, 36 percent are hispanic, 6 percent are asian, 1 percent are black and 1 percent are native american.
District and school registration information can be found at www.ltusd.org or can be obtained by calling (530) 541-2850.
On the Nevada side of South Lake Tahoe, the Douglas County School District has an elementary school, middle school and high school all located near Zephyr Cove. For more information on Nevada schools visit dcsd.k12.nv.us or call (775) 782-5134.
There are also three private schools in South Lake Tahoe: St. Theresa, Tahoe Montessori House and The Walden School.