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Monroe High School5

Monroe, WA | Snohomish County

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April 14, 2013


This school is truly amazing. As an honors student I know I will always be challenged and my teachers will push me not just for college but for life. I participate in band (we have one of the largest groups in Washington, and our band director pushes us to work hard so we always sound our best) as well as drama club. While it is true that our drama PAC may not be perfect, the group gets a lot of support from the student body and staff, and we continue to receive 5th Avenue award nominations. (We also have a new choir teacher and drama teacher that have great ideas and will definitely be around for a while.) All arts students create bonds that really do last. Teachers in every area work to get students involved and identify ways to make learning more interesting, as well as improve their own methods to fit their students' learning styles. There are really no ways the school could improve its efforts to help students who want to learn.

Submitted by a student

February 28, 2011


I think the school is great. There is amazing leadership and the staff just continues to get stronger. I think the school does a great job of supporting the Arts (including Drama) and has added a number of AP courses over the last two years. Kudos to MHS

Submitted by a parent

January 31, 2011


This school is great for AP students, & students involved in sports such as football. It also has a wonderful arts program as well as an outstanding band, though from what I hear from my daughter the choir teachers drop like flies & the administration gives the drama department no help what so ever. My daughter is a drama student & really wants things to improve so other schools & 5th avenue will recognize our talents & not just look at how little we have in the PAC.

Submitted by a parent

February 25, 2010


I am concerned about the amount of fights and altercations between the students at MHS. Several times the police have been called in to either prevent a planned incident, such as the MLK assembly, or just to keep kids from seriously hurting each other. My son is doing fine with the academic's but I would like to see a more than just a security presence in the school. Setting a standard and sticking to it would go a long way to allowing the students to learn in a safe environment!!

Submitted by a parent

February 7, 2010


Great school, best in Snohomish. They offer all kinds of classes and teachers are very helpful. Test scores are also very high

Submitted by a parent

October 27, 2009


The school is very supportive and has set-up after school help for my son. They even offer teacher lead tutoring on Saturdays! The Principal & staff are open, honest and available.

Submitted by a parent

August 18, 2009


I have a grand-daughter at Monroe High and she has been in the Monroe School since K. She has always had excellent teachers. There are many activities offered and she participates in many of them. I would rate this school at 4 stars.

Submitted by a parent

May 27, 2009


I can't believe someone doesn't think the Arts are supported. The school just upgraded the sound system in the Performing Arts Center, brought in an excellent choir teacher, 2 amazing art teachers and have had three consecutive musicals that were great. The Principal supports the arts and all programs that help kids

Submitted by a parent

November 9, 2008


This school has no help for any non-football players very little money is going to the arts where there is more promising talent emerging!

Submitted by a parent

October 21, 2007


Our Daughter is new to MHS and I as a parent am pleased so far. The Principle started the school year off with freshman day only and came with school spirit in an Orange tie and great desires for 'his students'. The school has inspirational quotes throughout the school and a lot of great clubs. Go Orange & Black!! Were here for the next 4 years and am confident we will enjoy being an Monroe High School Family!

Submitted by a parent

October 21, 2007


Monroe High School is the best school ever. Everyone loves it, and the teachers are the best. Classes aren't boring they have educational things but the teachers make it fun. We have the most spirit of any school out there. Our football team has lost almost every game this year, and every friday there we are supporting them in black and orange. On occasion we have more people at away games than the home team has. After school activities are awesome. Everything the school offers I give an A++, except for the closed campus policy. Anyone comming here, its gonna be the best excperience of your life.

Submitted by a student

October 20, 2007


My sons have grown up in the Monroe school system and seem to have received an adequate education. Two are now studying internationally and are doing quite well. The other two are serious about their studies and school sports.

Submitted by a parent

September 26, 2007


My daughter is new to Monroe High School -we had to move at a difficult time for her as it is her senior year & she's had to leave behind all her friends in the Mukilteo SD. We went all the way from Kindergarten to Jr year in high school there. We actually moved to the Snohomish School Dist but got such a cold reception and bad attitude that we asked for a variance to go to Monroe where my daughter met kids at work this summer that had very good things to say about MHS. She absolutely loves this school. The teachers, office staff and kids are wonderful. She has 4 AP classes, she's in the school play and is going to prom soon. Academically and socially she is in Seventh Heaven. Thanks Monroe HS- for making the 'new girl' feel so at home! from a Happy Parent

Submitted by a parent

September 14, 2007


My student hates this school. It is full of EMO kids. Monroe High School is a horrible place to try to learn. Why do the adults there have their head in the sand?

Submitted by a parent

May 8, 2006


My daughter has a 3.8 Grade point, she is the wrestling team manager, she plays on the school golf team, she is in jazz band and band ensemble. She loves the school and i can't say enough about the time she spends there instead of in trouble. Football games are fun to go to in a small town and there is alot of support from the entire town. We have a lot of spirit here.

Submitted by a parent

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