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High School Location Preference SurveyMonkey

Q1 Where do you live?
Answered: 386 Skipped: 0

Magnolia

Queen Anne

Other (please
specify)

0% 10% 20% 30% 40% 50% 60% 70% 80% 90% 100%

ANSWER CHOICES RESPONSES

Magnolia 67.88% 262

Queen Anne 24.61% 95

Other (please specify) 7.51% 29

TOTAL 386

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Q2 How old is your child/ children? (you may click on more than one)
Answered: 371 Skipped: 15

Infant -
Pre-school aged

grades K-2

grades 3-5

grades 6-8

grades 9-12

I do not have
children

I have
grandchildre...

0% 10% 20% 30% 40% 50% 60% 70% 80% 90% 100%

ANSWER CHOICES RESPONSES

Infant - Pre-school aged 45.28% 168

grades K-2 45.28% 168

grades 3-5 32.08% 119

grades 6-8 19.14% 71

grades 9-12 8.36% 31

I do not have children 1.62% 6

I have grandchildren in Seattle 0.54% 2

Total Respondents: 371

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Q3 Seattle Public Schools is planning to build a new high school. Where
would you prefer a new high school be located to serve students in the
Queen Anne/Magnolia cluster?
Answered: 385 Skipped: 1

At Seattle
Center

At Fort Lawton
at Discovery...

Other (please
specify)

0% 10% 20% 30% 40% 50% 60% 70% 80% 90% 100%

ANSWER CHOICES RESPONSES

At Seattle Center 19.74% 76

At Fort Lawton at Discovery Park 75.58% 291

Other (please specify) 4.68% 18

TOTAL 385

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Q4 Do you hope to keep your child/ children in Seattle Public Schools
through high school graduation? (please answer to the best of your
ability/ the answer that most applies to your family, even if you wish to do
different options with different children... multiple responses would make
analysis more difficult)
Answered: 374 Skipped: 12

0% 10% 20% 30% 40% 50% 60% 70% 80% 90% 100%

Yes, I cannot financially afford otherwise
Yes, I support public schools and I really want to make public schools work for my child
Yes, unless the programming is failing, at which point I would consider moving or looking ...
Yes, but I will choose to send my child to a Highly Capable Cohort high school instead of ...
No, we will have moved out of the city by then
No, we will prefer private school for high school
No, we will prefer private school for middle school and high school
I don't know-- please comment below

ANSWER CHOICES RESPONSES

Yes, I cannot financially afford otherwise 8.29% 31

Yes, I support public schools and I really want to make public schools work for my child 40.37% 151

Yes, unless the programming is failing, at which point I would consider moving or looking at private schools 43.32% 162

Yes, but I will choose to send my child to a Highly Capable Cohort high school instead of my neighborhood high school 1.60% 6

No, we will have moved out of the city by then 0.53% 2

No, we will prefer private school for high school 1.34% 5

No, we will prefer private school for middle school and high school 1.07% 4

I don't know-- please comment below 3.48% 13

TOTAL 374

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