About Us

19 Schools

The District serves students Pre through grade 12; one Early Learning Center, ten Elementary Schools, four Middle Schools, and four High Schools, including Parent Cooperative, School to Home Partnership, and Alternative Learning programs.

10,000 Students

We are proud of our diverse student and family population and celebrate diversity in each of our schools across the district. Over 34 languages are spoken, and we strive to meet each student's individual needs.

662 Classroom Teachers

13.5 years average years teaching experience. Many MSD teachers are highly qualified and/or are Nationally Board Certified.

84% 4-Year Graduation Rate

Our graduation rate is on the rise. 84% reflects the 2019 - 2020 school year and is an increase of 7.3% from the previous year.



Congratulations, Lori Palombo! Read more at https://www.msd25.org/live-feed#2035946

Supt Search

Learn more about the Superintendent search process at https://www.msd25.org/page/superintendent-search-2021-2022

MPHS Football

Congratulations to the MP football team for defeating the Yelm Tornados this past Saturday, November 20, 2021, by a score of 39 to 21! With the win, MP moves into the semi-finals to play the Bellevue Wolverines, November 27 at 1 PM at Memorial Stadium in Seattle. Photo courtesy HeraldNet.com

Replacement Levies

INFORMATION SESSIONS SCHEDULED Community webinars are scheduled beginning November 29 for school areas across the District! Join us for one or more of these informational sessions to learn more about each of the levy measures. got to https://www.msd25.org/page/levy-and-capital-levy-2022.

School Mascot Process

Marysville Pilchuck High School and Totem Middle School are in the middle of their mascot change process driven by HB 1356 and in collaboration with The Tulalip Tribes. Learn more about their progress at https://www.msd25.org/page/mascot-change-process

Jim Strickland

Congratulations to Mr. Jim Strickland, Teacher of students with special needs in the 18 - 21 Program at MGHS! Mr. Strickland was nominated for the LifeChanger of the Year Award. Go to https://bit.ly/LifeChangerNominee for more information.


Marysville NJROTC earned the 2021 Chief of Naval Education and Training Distinguished Unit with Honors Designation! The cadets banked 1,000+ community service hours so far during the Pandemic, hosted summer orientation, created two Zoom leadership summits, created videos for virtual meetings. Wow!!!


Congratulations to Quil Ceda Tulalip Elementary School Teacher, Xochitl Palacios! Mrs. Palacios was the valedictorian speaker at City University of Seattle where she earned her Masters Degree in elementary studies and ELL. Mrs. Palacios is a first-generation college student.

Student Council City of Marysville

So proud of our students participating in the City of Marysville Youth Advocacy Committee! Working and learning to build positive change. Story and photo courtesy of North County Outlook. https://bit.ly/MsvlYouthAdvocacy


CTE, Technology, and a Rainbow of iMacs! Go to https://vimeo.com/585109365