Community School of West Seattle


General Information

Region of Seattle: Southwest
9450 22nd Ave SW
Seattle , WA
Site Phone:  (206) 763-2081

Hours and Bell Times:
8:40 AM - 3:00 PM
8:40 AM - 3:00 PM
8:40 AM - 1:40 PM
8:40 AM - 3:00 PM
8:40 AM - 3:00 PM
*Bell times subject to changes

Transportation Offered: No
Dual Language: NA
Meals: Snack
Play Space:  Outside (On Site)

Community School of West Seattle Information

Minimum Age:  3 years 0 months
Maximum Age:  5 years 11 months
Provider Type:  Center

Program Option:  This site operates as a standard SPP 6-hour model with optional extended day.
SPP Cost:  For eligible children, tuition for the program is based on a sliding scale according to household size and income. To estimate what, if anything, you may owe for the 6-hour SPP portion of the day, please visit our website at to use the tuition calculator on the home page.
Extended Day Offered:   Limited Availability
Extended Day Cost: Before: M-F before $280/month; After: 4:30PM end $415/month; 5:30PM end $610/month (Wed end 4:10PM)
Extended Day Hours: 7:40 AM - 5:30 PM
Number of SPP Classrooms: 2
Number of Teachers per Classroom: 2
Number of Students per Classroom: 18
Curriculum: Creative

Important Information:

• SPP requires proof of your child’s birthdate, proof of address, and proof of income upon enrollment to determine eligibility and if your family will or will not owe tuition. 
• SPP generally follows the Seattle Public Schools calendar, including breaks and closures, and runs for 180 days from September to June. You may find the school calendar by visiting the Seattle Public Schools website.
• SPP children typically attend preschool at least 6 hours per day, 5 days per week. Flexible schedules, such as part-day or 3 days per week, are not an option.
• SPP does not offer transportation. It is the parent/guardian’s responsibility to bring the child to school and to pick up on time.
• Interested in a tour? Please contact the Provider directly for more information.

Other Site Information:
COVID Protocols: Beginning May 1, 2023 masking will be recommended rather than required.