Our Schools

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The Little Spokane School District #41 was established on July 18, 1891. The largest enrollment for this District was approximately seventeen students. From this humble beginning the Nine Mile Falls School District has grown to a current enrollment of approximately 1,400 students. 

Today the Nine Mile Falls School District follows both sides of the Spokane River (in both Spokane and Stevens Counties) for approximately 30 meandering miles from Seven Mile Road on its southern boundary to Scoop Mountain on the northern edge. The District covers 71 square miles, and at its widest spot, spans 8.5 miles east to west from Wallbridge Road to Richey Road, serving students in two elementary schools, a middle school, a high school, and a family partnership program.