Announcing our newest program: Student Wellness Grants!
In partnership with Boeing, we are offering a new fund for MSD staff to apply for grants to fund student wellness support services and resources! Applications for this grant will coincide with our Educator Grants in the late fall and will help serve hundreds of students with much needed mental health support! Check back in the late fall for grant applications.
Each year MSF awards thousands of dollars in grants to help fund educational projects. Grants included funding for Bee-Bots which helps prepare students for exploration of computer science and coding, field trips to the Expanding Your Horizons national conference at EDCC that encourages girls to explore careers in STEAM, new books that focus on inclusion and cultural awareness, and several sets of musical instruments at various elementary schools.
The Mukilteo Schools Foundation extends a warm thank you to the community members and sponsors for their support of the students and educators in our schools.
Check back for grant applications in the late fall.
Since 2010, the Mukilteo Schools Foundation has awarded scholarships towards higher education to seniors graduating from each of our four high schools; ACES High School, Kamiak High School, Mariner High School, and Sno-Isle Tech (student must reside in the Mukilteo School District boundaries). We have gifted scholarships in both the form of chromebooks and monetary contributions.
We thank our community as it is through your contributions we are able to support students in their educational endeavors as they leave our high schools.
Check back in the spring for application information.
James Abbott College in the High School Fund
In 2020, MSF began funding College in the High School classes for students at Mariner High School through a private fund set up by a Mariner graduate named James Abbott. James attributes Mariner to helping him succeed as a foster student in high school which allowed him to go on to college and have a successful career with Microsoft. James wanted to pay it forward by helping students, similar to himself, have a chance to go to college and give them a step up towards a building a better future. MSF is grateful for James Abbotts generosity and heart for helping students at Mariner High School and look forward to our continued partnership in this endeavor.