About B-ESD

Why Us

13.0

Average Years Teaching Experience for a B-ESD Teacher

3 out of 4

Teachers in B-ESD have a Masters Degree

92%

B-ESD Cohort 4-Year Graduation Rate (2022)

23%

B-ESD Students Qualify as Multilingual Learners

100%

B-ESD Students Eligible for Free Breakfast and Lunch

15%

B-ESD Teachers with National Board Certification

2

B-ESD Dual Language Programs: West View School (K-6) and LU School (7-8)

Spotlight

Kimberly Verdeja Soto

Kimberly Verdeja Soto has been recognized with the Washington Rising Star award for the Northwest region. While Kimberly's deep love of learning makes her a standout in all the STEM disciplines, she is especially drawn to the medical field. She hopes to become a psychologist.

Students of the Month for Oct

Natalia L. and Luke G. were selected as the Burlington Morning Rotary Students of the Month for October. Each student selected one local non-profit to receive a $50 donation in their name.

Jennifer Bradbury

Congratulations to B-EHS English teacher Jennifer Bradbury, winner of the Washington State book award for her latest picture book "Rock by Rock: The Fantastical Garden of Nek Chand."

Latinx Student Leaders

B-EHS Latinx Student Union invites you to their first ever Hispanic Heritage event on Sept. 24th from 12-6pm. This is a student-run event for the B-ESD community, free and open to the public. Come and support our Latinx student leaders.