White Center, Washington

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White Center is a place in King County, Washington, United States. It is near Seattle and Burien. It is connected to Burien and has been ever since April 1, 2010. There were 13,495 people living in White Center in 2010.

Geography[change | edit source]

About 99.71% of White Center is land and .29% is water.

Statistics[change | edit source]

There are 7,542 homes in White Center. Though, 35.6% have children that are under 18 living in the homes. Another 6.7% are seniors age 65 and older in a home by themselves.

Education[change | edit source]

White Center is a part of the Highline School District. Schools cover most of the Southwestern King County. Elementary schools include Beverly Park Elementary, Mount View Elementary, Southern Heights Elementary, and White Center Heights Elementary. Secondary schools include Cascade Middle School, New Start High School, and Evergreen High School. Evergreen has three "small schools" on its campus, namely the Arts & Academic Academy, the Health, Science, & Human Services School, and the Technology, Engineering, & Communications Schools[1].

Notable people[change | edit source]

References[change | edit source]

  1. http://www.hsd401.org Highline School District

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