Marysville Joint Unified School District is a public school district located in Marysville, CA. It has 9,986 students in grades K-12 with a student-teacher ratio of 24 to 1. According to state test scores, 25% of students are at least proficient in math and 36% in reading.
Marysville Joint Unified School District Rankings
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High Schools in Marysville Joint Unified School District
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Marysville Joint Unified School District Reviews
Marysville High School is not the most luxurious place to go to school. It’s not the infrastructure that makes going to this school average, it’s the attitude of the students. We have a very low school participation rate and that takes away from the high school experience. Nowadays there are so many restrictions put on us that we can’t do. For example we can’t even sell food during school for fundraisers and we can’t even have a culture day. Academically there’s not a lot of options. It would be nice to have more options for classes. This school can change for the better I know it! It just needs some motivation and positivity.
Though the school has its issues, the school a safe place and friendly staff. The staff members are caring and active individuals, meaning they are usually there when needed and there when they are not. Marysville High School has advanced classes everywhere on the campus and pushes their kids to become academically advanced. Marysville academy of the arts is a wonderful location for the creative crowd to become more inspired and excel in the arts. When it comes to communication outside of the school campus, the school I attend tries their best to keep the parents well informed. They send monthly newsletters to keep the parental figures up to date and encourage its students to become active members in the community.
I will be graduating from Maryville High School in June 2019. I have attended Marysville High School for 4 years and I have loved it. It is a very calm and friendly environment with caring staff. The district is always finding ways to keep us, the students, safe in any times of emergency considering the events that have occurred involving schools in recent years. Along with keeping us safe, I feel the district constantly works to improve our educational resources by holding weekly teacher meetings and trainings, purchasing new laptops, and incorporating many CTE programs.