The school plants consist of Central Middle School (grades 5-8) which was remodeled in 1999, Grafton High School (grades 9-12) built in 1981, Century Elementary (grades PreK-4) which is attached to the high school and built in 1999. Attached to the high school is the North Valley Career and Technology Center, which is the property of the Grafton School District, but operates as a separate entity.

As of the fall of 2015, Central Middle School students will be moving out to the new addition being currently constructed south of the Grafton High School's current location. Beginning with the 2015-16 school year, PreK through 12th Grade will be on one centralized campus.

The city of Grafton is located in the heart of the Red River Valley in northeastern North Dakota. Grafton is the Walsh County Seat and has a population of appropriately 4,500. The region prides itself in some of the finest agriculture land in the world. Grafton is the home to over 250 businesses, including service, professional and retail.



The projected PreK – 12 enrollment for the 2014/15 school year is the district is 926 students. The district has seen a slight increase in enrollment the last few years.  The student/teacher ratio is 18 – 1 in grades K – 2, 22 – 1 in grades 3 – 6, and less than 25 – 1 in grades 7 – 12.