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About Mukilteo School District

Mukilteo School District serves a diverse population of more than 15,000 students who live in Mukilteo and South Everett, parts of Lynnwood, Edmonds and unincorporated areas of Snohomish County.

Formally organized in 1878, the school district operates 12 elementary schools and a kindergarten center, four middle schools, three high schools, and a skills center that provides career and technical programs for high school students throughout Snohomish and Island counties.

Every student will graduate career and college ready, prepared with skills for a successful life.

Mukilteo School District is committed to success for every student, accomplished through powerful teaching and learning, dedicated staff and community support.  

Core Values

  • Equity
  • Commitment to high expectations
  • Relationships
  • Collaboration
  • Belonging
  • Continuous improvement

Programs and Characteristics

  • 87.3of our students graduate in four years
  • 16.5% of our students receive special services
  • 7.9% of our students participate in the highly capable program
  • 54.3% of our students qualify as low income
  • 11.7% of our teachers are board certified (the national average is 3%)

About 25% of our students are Multilingual Learners. The top seven languages spoken in our district are (alphabetically) Arabic, English, Korean, Russian, Spanish, Ukrainian and Vietnamese. Spanish is the second most spoken language after English.

Student Race/Ethnicity
36.2%  White
29.3%  Hispanic/Latino of any race(s)
14.7%  Asian
9.7%  Two or more races
9.2%  Black/African American
1.7%  Native Hawaiian/Other Pacific Islander
0.3%  American Indian/Alaskan Native

Learn more about Mukilteo School District by viewing the OSPI Report Card.