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Wenatchee is located in Central Washington at a confluence of two rivers, the Wenatchee and the Columbia. With a population of 32,701, it is currently the second largest city in Central Washington.
Since it’s earliest settlement, Wenatchee has identified itself as “The Apple Capital of The World” and since 1920 the valley has held Washington State’s Apple Blossom Festival. Wenatchee is widely known for supplying the country with fruits and wine due to the abundance of orchards and vineyards in the valley.
Wenatchee prides itself in countless outdoor recreational activities such as skiing, hiking, kayaking, and biking. The streets and trails are filled with sculptures crafted by local artists. Historic Downtown offers a wide range of unique dining and shopping experiences. Wenatchee is a place your entire family will be proud to call home!
City of Wenatchee – Education
Elementary Schools – Columbia Elementary, John Newberry Elementary, Lewis & Clark Elementary, Lincoln Elementary, Mission View Elementary, Sunnyslope Elementary, Washington Elementary
Middle Schools – Foothills Middle School, Orchard Middle School, Pioneer Middle School
High Schools – Wenatchee High School, WestSide High School, Wenatchee Valley Technical Skills Center
Community Colleges – Wenatchee Valley College
- Cascade Christian Academy
- Children’s Gate Montessori School
- The River Academy
- St. Joseph School
- St. Paul’s Lutheran School