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Kenai Peninsula Borough School District

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The Kenai Peninsula Borough School District (KPBSD) serves 29 communities and 9,000 students in the Kenai Peninsula Borough.[1] Headquartered in the Borough seat of Soldotna, KPBSD is the largest employer on the Kenai Peninsula, providing $4.9 million in gross payroll each month.[2] The current Superintendent of Schools is Sean Dusek.[3]



The George A. Navarre Building on Binkley Street in downtown Soldotna serves as the administrative headquarters for both the Kenai Peninsula Borough and the school district.
School Name Grades Location
Chapman School Pre-8 Anchor Point
Nikolaevsk School K-12 Anchor Point
Cooper Landing School K-8 Cooper Landing
Kachemak-Selo K-12 Fritz Creek
Voznesenka School K-12 Fritz Creek
McNeil Canyon Elementary K-6 Homer
Paul Banks Elementary K-2 Homer
Razdolna School K-12 Fritz Creek
Homer Flex 9-12 Homer
Homer High 9-12 Homer
Homer Middle 7-8 Homer
West Homer Elementary 3-6 Homer
Hope School K-12 Hope
Tustumena Elementary K-6 Kasilof
Kenai Alternative High 9-12 Kenai
Kenai Central High 9-12 Kenai
Kenai Middle 6-8 Kenai
Mt. View Elementary 3-5 Kenai
Moose Pass School K-8 Moose Pass
Nanwalek School K-12 Nanwalek
Nikiski North Star Elementary K-6 Nikiski
Nikiski Middle/High School 7-12 Nikiski
Ninilchik School K-12 Ninilchik
Port Graham School K-10 Port Graham
Susan B. English K-12 Seldovia
Seward Elementary K-6 Seward
Seward High 9-12 Seward
Spring Creek School 9-12 Seward
Seward Middle 7-8 Seward
K-Beach Elementary K-6 Soldotna
Redoubt Elementary K-6 Soldotna
Soldotna Elementary K-6 Soldotna
Skyview Middle 7-8 Soldotna
Soldotna High 10-12 Soldotna
Soldotna Prep 9 Soldotna
Sterling Elementary K-6 Sterling
Tebughna School K-12 Tyonek

Charter schoolsEdit

Fireweed Academy 3-6 Homer
Aurora Borealis K-8 Kenai
Kaleidoscope School 1-6 Kenai
Soldotna Montessori K-6 Soldotna



Pre-K 197
K-6 4732
7-8 1332
9-12 2713
Total 8974


District Office Admin 20
Building Admin 44
Certified Staff 673
Support Staff 501
Total 1238


  • KPBSD serves 44 sites in 21 diverse communities.
  • KPBSD covers 25,600 square miles (66,000 km2) which is larger than the entire state of West Virginia.
  • The district's total student population is 11% Alaska Native.


  1. ^ "Fast Facts". Kenai Peninsula Borough School District. 2015. Retrieved 2017-02-15.
  2. ^ Kenai Peninsula Borough School District - Fast Facts 2006-07
  3. ^ "Kenai Peninsula Borough School District". Retrieved 2016-09-12.

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