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Commonwealth of the Northern Mariana Islands Public School System

Commonwealth of the Northern Mariana Islands Public School System is a school district serving the Northern Mariana Islands, a United States territory.

Schools

7–12 schools

Tinian

High schools

Saipan

Rota

Junior high schools

Saipan

  • 7–8
    • Chacha Oceanview Junior High School (Kagman) (Opened August 2002)[1]
  • 7–8

Rota

  • Rota Junior High School (Songsong)

Elementary schools

Saipan

  • G. T. Camacho Elementary School (San Roque)
  • Dandan Elementary School (Dandan) (Opened August 1998) – Serves Dandan and portions of San Vicente[1]
  • Garapan Elementary School (Garapan)
  • Kagman Elementary School (Kagman) (Opened 2000)[1]
  • Koblerville Elementary School (Koblerville)
  • Oleai Elementary School (San Jose)
  • W.S. Reyes Elementary School (Chalan Kanoa)
  • San Antonio Elementary School (San Antonio)
  • San Vicente Elementary School (San Vicente)
  • Tanapag Elementary School (Tanapag)

Rota

  • Sinapalo Elementary School (Sinapalo) (Opened 2001)[1]

Tinian

  • Tinian Elementary School (San Jose)

References

  1. ^ a b c d e f Home Page. Commonwealth of the Northern Mariana Islands Public School System

External links

  • Commonwealth of the Northern Mariana Islands Public School System


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