Anderson Island
 
Of the many beautiful and magical islands of the Puget Sound, Anderson Island, the southernmost, would best fit the mold of “the secret island.” This secret island was fortunate to escape the prodigious commercial/industrial development of Western Washington and its populous I-5 corridor. And so this emerald gem of the south Salish Sea remains remarkably natural, scenic and welcoming. Anderson Island offers warm hospitality, wonderful places to stay to dine, golf, explore or just relax. Enjoy a great game of golf, kayak to Eagle Island, enjoy fine dining on the water, hike, ride your bike, fish! Anderson Island is natural, unspoiled and welcoming. The Islands three fresh water lakes are so clear they sparkle! The high quality of the Island’s amenities will surprise you! And the people are so relaxed and friendly, prepare for a little pleasant island culture shock. We’re sure you’ll adapt just fine!
 
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There is an abundance of things to do in the area, each place being unique. Whether you are new to the area or just looking for something new to do, we have compiled a list of resources, to give you a taste for the area. Click on the Blue Links below to learn more!
 
 
 
Schools
Just over 3,200 students are currently enrolled in the Steilacoom District's Pre-K through 12th grade programs at six facilities: a remote and necessary K-5 elementary school on Anderson Island and five mainland schools - Cherrydale Primary School (Pre K-3), Chloe Clark Elementary (Pre K-3), Saltar's Point Elementary (4-5), Pioneer Middle School (6-8), Steilacoom High School (9-12).
 
 
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Employers in the Area