Marysville School District is a public school district located in Marysville, WA. It has 11,235 students in grades PK, K-12 with a student-teacher ratio of 20 to 1. According to state test scores, 37% of students are at least proficient in math and 51% in reading.
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Marysville School District Reviews
It all depends on how old you are and what school you're at. The majority of the elementary schools are pretty good. Marysville provides many programs to help students (Highly Capable, life skills, behavior intervention, co-op, there's probably more). In my opinion, the majority of these programs peak at the elementary school level. The high schools used to be pretty good too. The recent change at Marysville Getchell has definitely had a negative impact on the students body there. The middle schools are awful though, if you're trying to decide what district to send you students to for middle school Marysville should not be included in that decision if you want them to be at the level they need to be at for high school.
There use to be 4 Small Learning Communities at Marysville Getchell High School. Just this year they vanished and now the school is comprehensive. This decision sparked an outrage among hundreds of students, dozens of staff, and many community members. As a Senior that is an elected representative of the student body I have noticed that this event has developed a negative tone among my peers and underclassmen that has resulted in a decrease in student participation in extracurriculars, sports, and ASB events. Although this has given me the opportunity to develop myself and experiences that will carry with me for the rest of my life. I spend hours a day focused on building a culture that is nothing and resisting to become something. But I believe.
I would say that the Marysville School District is not one that I could count on getting the best education at. There have been many stories about students having difficulties understanding a teacher or stories about their teacher not explaining the work and more so just handing it to them for them to figure it out. I do believe though that there are great teachers throughout the district that do a good job making sure everyone is keeping up to pace with everyone else. The amount of clubs and sports that the district has to offer is amazing. There is something for everyone in the district. They try there best here to make sure everyone is safe and comfortable.