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Marysville Joint Unified School District is a public school district located in Marysville, CA. It has 9,973 students in grades K-12 with a student-teacher ratio of 23 to 1. According to state test scores, 27% of students are at least proficient in math and 36% in reading.
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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.
My school district is so diverse. From my school (MCAA) to Foothill, a small school in a rural area, there is something for everyone. I enjoy seeing familiar faces from Foothill, MHS, and MCAA when I ride the bus in the morning. My school has opportunities. More than the average high school. It offers everything from Martial arts, to Adv Strings. The teachers have done an amazing job creating a fun virtual experience for us. Overall, I would say the district does a good job creating an amazing learning environment. I would change my districts limited sports electives. Though exeling in creative and art based electives, they offer no sports elctives. Another thing I would change is the food. The donuts they hand out in the morning are either frozen or raw enough to shape back into dough. It would also be appreciated if the district provided lunches for kids with allergies. If you are allergic to something at my school, you just don't get lunch.
I attended Marysville Joint Unified School District from the time I was in kindergarten until I graduated high school. The teachers I had while in my younger formative years were all very good teachers. They inspired a passion for education, excelling, and for helping. There was always fun activities to get the children interested and excited about learning. The tone for my education was set immensely by the teachers I had in my younger years because they were big in my life. I greatly admired them and they inspired me to want to be like them. In my intermediate years the teachers I had were very vigorous and they taught me a great deal with their advanced approaches. Questions and further divulging were always encouraged. The teachers did lack the empathy and capacity to assist struggling students once I was in middle school and began to fall behind in areas. As I advanced to high school this did not change. Teachers at the high-school level did not care about the individual anymore.