Schools for the towns of Uniontown and Colton are consolidated in Colton. Both a public K-12 school and a Catholic 1-8 school are available for the community's children to attend. Colton is a short three mile bus ride from Uniontown. The schools benefit from class sizes and student-to-teacher ratios that most schools can only dream of having. In addition, the community is very actively involved in the schools. The web site address for the school is www.colton.k12.wa.us/
Washington State University is 18 miles northwest of Uniontown in Pullman, Washington. Washington State University offers academic programs ranked among the best in the nation. The university's broad, deep range of academic programs that provides study and research options in almost all areas. More information can be found at www.wsu.edu/.
University of Idaho is 17 miles northeast of Uniontown in Moscow, Idaho. The university offers a distinctive combination of outstanding majors and graduate programs in world-class facilities, renowned research and a residential campus in a spectacular natural setting. More information can be found at www.uidaho.edu/.
Lewis Clark State College is 15 miles south in Lewiston Idaho. The college provides mix of learning opportunities including undergraduate studies in the liberal arts and sciences, as well as in professional and applied technical programs. The college serves a highly diverse student population, providing educational opportunities to more than 3,300 students from more than 30 states and 20 countries. More information can be found at www.lcsc.edu/.
Walla Walla Community College, Clarkston Branch is 18 miles south of Uniontown in Clarkston, Washington. More information can be found at http://www.wwcc.edu/CMS/index.php?id=230.
Spokane Community College, Whitman County branch of the institute for extended learning is located in the Gladdish Center 17 miles northwest of Uniontown in Pullman, Washington. The campus offers a wide variety of college level, pre-college, and Adult Basic Education classes and services. Students may earn Associate degrees in liberal arts or office and information technology, or college credits which transfer to a university or other educational institution. More information can be found at www.iel.spokane.edu/Locations/Outside-Spokane2/pullman.aspx