With two neighborhood public schools, NorthWest Crossing is a neighborhood with real school smarts.
High Lakes Elementary School has received the "Exceptional" rating by the Oregon State Report Card for three years running. Its central location in NorthWest Crossing makes it easy for parents to accompany their kids to school and be involved in their education.
Summit High is Bend's newest high school serving 1300 students who consistently exceed state and national averages for SAT and ACT standardized tests.
Another elementary school, William E. Miller Elementary, is Bend's newest school, built to LEED Gold standards and located just adjacent to NorthWest Crossing.
You can learn more by visiting the Bend-LaPine School District's website.