Pacific Northwest Association of Independent Schools The Pacific Northwest Association of Independent Schools (PNAIS) is an organization devoted to promoting quality education within independent schools in the Pacific Northwest. PNAIS aims to develop comprehensive accreditation standards, to foster collegial and ethical relations among its schools, and to safeguard and represent their interests. The PNAIS is a member of the National Association of Independent Schools. List of accredited schools A Abiqua School, Salem, OregonThe Alexander Dawson School at Rainbow Mountain, Las Vegas, NevadaAnnie Wright School, Tacoma, Washington B The Bear Creek School, Redmond, WashingtonBertschi School, Seattle, WashingtonBillings Middle School, Seattle, WashingtonBright Water School, Seattle, WashingtonThe Bush School, Seattle, Washington C The Catlin Gabel School, Portland, OregonCharles Wright Academy, Tacoma, WashingtonThe Community School, Sun Valley, Idaho D E F G Giddens School, Seattle, Washington H I
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