Nautilus K-8, home of the Navigators, is located in Federal Way’s Marine Hills neighborhood and serves scholars in grades K-8. Our mission is to Prepare, Inspire, and Educate all students. Our vision is to be a high performing school community with a focus on Science, Technology, Engineering, Arts, and Mathematics that prepares all students to compete, lead, and exceed in an ever changing world. We are committed to providing a safe, supportive, and positive learning environment, and engage students in ownership of their learning and growth through project-base, collaborative learning opportunities. Scholars also benefit from an array of school activities and clubs to enhance their learning along with strong family and community partnerships.
Calling all early learning professionals and caregivers! RSVP for the in-person Early Learning Gathering on Thursday, Feb. 29 from 6:30-8:30 p.m. at the Truman Early Learning Center.
FWPS middle and high school students are enrolling in CTE courses to engage in career-connected learning and earn dual credits.
Celebrate Black History Month with Federal Way Public Schools this February—a time dedicated to honoring the rich contributions and legacy of African Americans.
In a momentous celebration of academic excellence, Federal Way Public Schools proudly acknowledges the remarkable achievements of its 2023 cohort of National Board Certified Teachers at the January 23, 2024, school board meeting.
The knowledge and practical use of science, technology, engineering, and math (STEM) skills by students is critical to achieving success in our current world and will become even more important in the years to come. FWPS continues to seek new ways to immerse scholars in STEM by adding new courses, programs, and clubs to support STEM exploration and learning.