Mukilteo School District is an above average, public school district located in Everett, WA. It has 15,544 students in grades PK, K-12 with a student-teacher ratio of 20 to 1. According to state test scores, 51% of students are at least proficient in math and 61% in reading.
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Mukilteo School District Reviews
I have incredible relationships with 99% of my teachers, they are amazing people, role models and teachers. They are what make this district so great!
I enjoyed the friendly teachers and welcoming staff. Being a biracial student, I never felt like I was different, and I went to school with kids from everywhere. I am currently in tenth grade and over the years of elementary and middle school, I have been able to experience and explore different cultures through people, the arts, and presentations. If I needed help with an assignment I did not understand, the resources and materials were always ready and available at my fingertips. I love the variety of classes that are available to students, which give us an opportunity to prepare for our futures. Leadership, communication, and art skills are encouraged regularly as well. All staff are friendly and are magnificent teachers. There are a variety of counselors which are willing to help with anything a student needs. My overall experience so far has been a memorable one with a variety of learning opportunities I have taken advantage of.
The thing people most rave about in the Mukilteo School District is the diversity. Growing up in a diverse environment allows students to understand different viewpoints better, grow in communication skills, and become more open-minded. Like all districts, there are teachers who challenge the advancement of their students. The only sad part about the district is that the schools are starting to get packed, with portables not cutting it anymore. It's always an experience to visit a different school in a different district as most end up putting my fellow students and I into a state of awe over how nice they look compared to what we have grown up in.