Information and resources for students
Click on the icon to take a brief survey. The Washington State legislature recently passed a new law, Senate Bill 6552, authorizing the State Board of Education to develop rules to implement a 24 credit diploma, starting with the graduating class of 2019. Within this law, it declares that the state may no longer require students to complete a culminating project as a condition for graduation, beginning with the class of 2015. However, school districts may choose to continue to require a senior project as part of district requirements.
The Marysville School District is conducting a brief survey of students, staff, parents and community members regarding the graduation policy for Culminating Projects as they decide whether to keep it as a district requirement for graduation. For more information on our current district graduation requirements, please visit our policies and procedures, Policy No. 2410.
District and School Report Cards
NJROTC (Naval Leadership)
United Way Varsity Letter in Community Service Program
Do you know how to fill out the FAFSA?
What is FAFSA? The Free Application for Federal Student Aid provides students with access to the majority of financial aid they could receive for college and it is an important first step to begin the college application process.
The College Success Foundation reminds us that January is FAFSA completion month and they have created a great series of 5 how-to YouTube videos in English and Spanish to help students get started.
Start by watching videos 1- 3 and look for the rest of the series on You Tube - Office of the Education Ombudsman and the College Success Foundation.
Video #2 What You Need When Filing the FAFSA Video #2 ¿Qué debe tener antemano para empezar la FAFSA?
Harassment, Intimidation, and Bullying (HIB):