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Welcome to Monroe Public Schools


New to the area or considering making Monroe your new home town?

Then these pages are designed for you. 

Monroe gradsWe understand that in choosing a new home you are considering many factors - one of the most important being what school your children will be attending.  The links below help you find that easily.

School district map
School Boundaries Map

Monroe Public Schools’ motto is “learning for life,” and this dedication shows in our wide range of programs for our more than 7,000 students. We strive to provide just the right fit with choices of traditional K-12 classrooms, alternative programs, and programs for students that excel and those with special learning needs.  Use the link for a quick look at what we have to offer.

Enrollment and quick facts

Dual Language KindergartenMonroe Public Schools’ leaders, teachers and support staff firmly believe that “one size does NOT fit all” and is committed to options for families. Monroe offers five pathways to earning a high school diploma and sometimes young people have to trymore than one path before finding the right fit.

Five pathways to a high school diploma

We believe education is a journey not a race. High school diplomas open so many doors for greater success in further education and training, as well as in life. So, whether a diploma is earned in a four, five or even more years what is important is that our youth succeed in doing so. Monroe also surpasses the state average in graduation rate.

Graduation rate compared to other local school districts

Students in our district are taught by dedicated and highly qualified teachers.  Our teachers surpass the state average and the average of surrounding school districts for the number of teachers holding advanced degrees.  Below is more information about our middle and elementary schools as well as some indicators you may find interesting to use as you evaluate the success of our students and staff.

Middle School information
Elementary School information
Key Performance Measures
Office of the Superintendent of Public Instruction Reportcard for Washington

Would you like to get a closer look at the schools? Please contact our Communications office at (360) 804-2503 to arrange a tour.

Questions? Send them our way. It is always our pleasure to help families so please let us know if you have any questions we can help answer.