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Kopachuck Middle School

Kopachuck Middle School
10414 56th Street NW Gig Harbor, WA 98335
Type Public intermediate school
School district Peninsula School District
Principal Iva Scott
Faculty 43
Number of students 720
Color(s) Blue White Teal Gray
Mascot Coyote

Kopachuck Middle School is a middle school found in the Peninsula School District founded in 1981. The school leads into Gig Harbor High School with Goodman Middle School. It educates children from Artondale Elementary and Voyager Elementary.


The following is a list of all athletic programs participated in by Kopachuck Middle School. All grades can take part in track and field, as well as wrestling, but the all other athletic programs are only open to seventh and eighth graders.[1]

  • Boy's Basketball
  • Boy's Soccer
  • Girl's Basketball
  • Girl's Soccer
  • Girl's Volleyball
  • Track and field
  • Wrestling

Notable alumni


  1. ^

External links

  • Kopachuck Middle School
  • Peninsula School District

Category:Schools in Pierce County, Washington Category:Public middle schools in Washington (state) Category:Educational institutions established in 1981 Category:Peninsula School District

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