Our school is named after Dwight D. Eisenhower, the 34th president of the United States of America.
It is our mission that the Eisenhower community will model responsible behaviors and achieve success in learning.
Dwight D. Eisenhower opened its doors in September 1970 with an open-concept school design.
As the result of a bond measure approved by the community in 2000, the school was rebuilt and dedicated in September 2006. The opening of the new Eisenhower marked the 31st and final major construction or remodeling project from the district’s 1989 strategic plan.
Other historic moments:
October 2008 — Eisenhower is honored as a Washington state School of Distinction.
Winter 2009 — Eisenhower is one of two schools in Washington state to be designated a 2008-2009 National Title I Distinguished School, based on exceptional performance in reading.
Fall 2009 — Eisenhower and two other VPS schools are honored by Washington state for academic progress over the past three years.