In our district, we’re in the business of building successful kids through engaging our community, inspiring our students and preparing our graduates for the future that awaits them.
Located 34 miles north of Seattle and less than two hours from the Canadian border, our beautiful region includes the Cascade Mountain range, lush forests, beautiful valleys, lovely bays, and fantastic lakes. If you are new to our area, we are thrilled to welcome you and your family to Marysville. If you are a long-time resident, thank you for being part of this wonderful community we all call home.
As you tour our website, you will learn about the quality education we offer our students. With 10 elementary schools, four middle schools, and seven high schools on three different campuses, the Marysville School District provides unique opportunities and diverse offerings so your child can find can find their passion, and an educational structure that supports their success. To the right, you can explore a few of the many opportunities available for you and your child.
Thanks to the support of our community and through the passage of the 2018 Technology Levy, the Marysville School District continues to stay ahead of the curve when it comes to providing students with access to 21st century learning.
Our children are growing up in a rapidly advancing digital age. The Marysville School District is one of the first districts in the state and the first in the county to implement the 1:1 Chromebook Initiative. From our deep commitment to educating all third through grade 12 teachers on how to use the tools to create connected classrooms, and teaching computer science in all elementary schools across the district, to providing free public Wi-Fi and adding updated technology resources and web-based applications at all of our schools, we have shifted learning outcomes for students and are creating true pathways to success. This is what sets the Marysville School District apart.
Our district is also incredibly proud of our diverse student and family population. Our community is made up of African American, Pacific Islander, Asian and Hispanic students, and is also home to the Tulalip Tribes, a federally recognized Coastal Salish tribal community of the Puget Sound. More than 1,000 Marysville students self-identify as Native American, and we are grateful for their culture and value their continued work to revive and protect our region’s rich Native American history.
Marysville is a wonderful place where the city council, school district, Tulalip Tribes, business community, local colleges and universities, and other organizations work together to support our students, their families, and all our local residents.
By engaging our community, inspiring our students, and preparing our graduates, we provide not just an adequate education for our children, but an excellent one. It is our belief that every child in our community deserves the very best educational experience possible. Every child has great potential to achieve success to help make this world a better place.