The City of Monroe is home to 12 public schools that serve grades pre kindergarten through grade 12 along with three alternative schools. The City of Monroe public schools are dedicated to the success of their students. This dedication is reflected in the City of Monroe WA Public Schools mission to “provide a safe, nurturing learning environment with a highly qualified, effective staff; promote active, engaging instruction for all students; and partner with families and community support agencies in order to ensure a learning community that practices shared leadership, embraces diversity and demonstrates a belief that each child can succeed.”
Students from kindergarten to grade 5 attend one of the five elementary schools located throughout the City of Monroe; Chain Lake Elementary, Frank Wagner Elementary, Fryelands Elementary, Maltby Elementary or Salem Woods Elementary. Each elementary school is dedicated to providing outstanding education and actively engages in sponsoring fun activities including fund raising events, festivals, concerts and many more activities for students and parents.
Students in grades six through eight attend one of two City of Monroe public middle schools; Hidden River Middle School or Park Place Middle School. Many of the great activities available in elementary school continue in middle school where students continue to participate in become life-long learners.
Grades nine through 12 attend the city’s only high school, Monroe High. The 1,781 students currently enrolled in the City of Monroe WA high school have a six-period day with classes that are 55 minutes in length. The high school also offers advanced placement courses, honors courses and approximately 10 college credit courses.
Students in the City of Monroe WA public schools also have the option of alternative learning through one of three alternative learning programs. The Leaders in Learning high school program works with motivated students to develop learning plans that are individualized. The Sky Valley Education Center takes a different approach by having a child’s parent working with the staff to teach their child. Washington Virtual Academies is the other alternative learning program offered by the City of Monroe WA Public Schools for grades 9-12. This program is a tuition free full-time and part-time option that is supported by state-certified teachers.
The City of Monroe WA Public Schools offer students a wide range of activities and learning alternatives that have been designed for students to become life-long learners. For more information about each public school, alternative programs, school schedules, curriculum guides and the Learning Improvement Plan please visit the informational links below.
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