Marauder Family Connect

Keeping you in-the-know at Mariner High School

Mariner High School Office Hours

CLOSED Friday 1/28/2022

Monday - Friday 7:30 am - 3:00 pm

Principal’s Message

Mariner Families and Community,

We have come to the end of the 1st semester which marks the half-way point of the school year! We are thankful for the family support as students returned to in-person learning this year. We appreciate the flexibility that teachers have shown by providing lessons in-person while also providing work for students who were not able to attend school.

The 1st semester officially ends on January 27th, but final semester grades will not be posted until February 15th. Several teachers will continue to allow work to be turned in the next few weeks. Final grade reports will be sent home shortly after February 15th. Please keep in mind that teachers have the option to assign an I (incomplete) grade if a student has been adversely impacted by absences and they are close to a passing grade. In this case, the teacher will meet with the student and complete a contract which includes the work to be completed and a date deadline.

The 2nd semester begins on Monday, January 31st. We’ve adjusted our bell schedule to include 7-minute passing times (instead of 10), so students will have a few more minutes of instructional time each period. Students and families can now view next semester’s courses in Qmlativ. Many classes are year-long and they will remain the same, but semester-long classes will change beginning on Monday.

Please don’t hesitate to contact the school or your student’s teacher or counselor directly if you have any questions. The Mariner High School main office is open Monday-Friday from 7:30am-3:00pm, so feel free to stop by for any reason. We are here to support our students and families in any way possible.

Go Marauders!

Nate DuChesne – Principal

2021-2022 Yearbook

21/22 Yearbook price is $40.

Yearbooks will be on sale during the following dates:

January 17 - February 18

March 14 - April 8

May (for any not sold)

Yearbooks can be purchased from the Bookkeeper over the phone by credit card at 425-366-5785 or in person between the hours of 9 am to 1 pm (cash, check or credit card).

Seniors - Class of 2022

Class of 2022 Important Dates

April VIP Prom TBD

May Senior Prom TBD

5/ 2-6 Reach Higher Week (celebrating post-high school plans for seniors)

5/31 Final date to order caps and gowns for school delivery

6/2 Senior Awards and Scholarship Night/Honor Society/Lamp of Knowledge

6/6-7 Senior Finals

6/7 Senior Night

6/8 Senior Breakfast Senior Check-out

6/9 Graduation Rehearsal (mandatory) @ 8:00am at Mariner Gym

6/10 Graduation at Angel of the Winds Arena @ 8:00pm (Seniors arrive at 5:30pm)

2022 Yearbook Senior Grad Ads & Parent Dedications

Please submit all text and photos by February 18, 2022.

Email to

Photos should be scanned at 300 dpi (you may need to change the default on your scanner).

Remember to include only school-appropriate photos and text.

Contact Ms. MacDonald to see samples or look at layouts. It's also suggested that you Google "yearbook dedications" for ideas. We will do our best to emulate.


1/4 page: 5.3" x 4.2"


1/2 page: 5.3" x 8.4"


full page: 10.6" x 8.4"


If you have questions, please contact Yearbook Adviser Wendy MacDonald at or


Spring Sports Update:

All spring sports start on start on Monday, February 28th. To be eligible for the first day of practice, students need to complete athletic registration on final forms and a current physical completed in the last 24 months.

We will have final forms help sessions for students on February 1st, 3rd, 8th, and 10th, during lunch and after school.

Students should be listening to the announcements for information about sport-specific meetings in the next few weeks.

Spring sports offered at Mariner High School:

Boys and Girls Track

Boys and Girls Golf

Girls Tennis



Boys Soccer

Counseling Corner

Hello Mariner Families!

Second semester is upon us, and schedules need to be finalized- students, check your 2nd semester schedule, if you need an elective class for 2nd semester, contact your counselor via Schoology or drop by before/after school or lunch time. Below is the counselor break down, one more time, by students’ last name:

  • Sockheng Centeno- Students with last names A-Co
  • Catherine Jeffcoat- Students with last names Cp-Im
  • Jieun Townsend- Students with last names In-Mi
  • Luisa F. Wilson- Students with last names Mj-Rt
  • Sandie Vea- Students with last names Ru-Z

Last day to make changes to your schedule for 2nd semester will be Friday, February 4th.

Thank you!

The Counseling Department

Career & College Readiness Center

Seniors: Need help with senior year expenses? Do you have financial need and a 2.0 GPA or higher? Assistance League of Everett-Graduation Awards of $250 are available to help seniors with senior year expenses (cap & gown, senior pictures, senior prom, yearbook, announcements, etc.). Come into the Career & College Readiness Center to pick up an application. Completed applications are due to Mrs. Madrigal in the CCRC by Friday, February 18th (before Mid-Winter break).

Are you a senior with a 2.75 GPA or higher? Are you planning to pursue a STEM (Science, Technology, Engineering, Math) or healthcare major in a Washington state college or university? If so, apply for the Washington State Opportunity Baccalaureate Scholarship! The application is available online at You can also find a link on our Career & College Readiness Center webpage. This scholarship is a biggie! It will provide up to $22,500 over your 4 (or 5) years of undergraduate study. Apply today!

Scholarships for Seniors: Check out all the 2022 Scholarships listed on the Mariner High School Career & College Readiness Center webpage.

Scholarship for Juniors: Horatio Alger state and national scholarships available to juniors who plan to pursue a bachelor’s degree, have a 2.0 GPA or higher, are a U.S. citizen, demonstrate financial need of $55,000 AGI or lower, involved in co-curricular and community service activities, and display integrity and perseverance in overcoming adversity.

Are you a current sophomore or junior interested in going to Sno-Isle Tech Skills Center next school year? The online application is on the Sno-Isle Tech Skills Center website. Priority applications are accepted through February 4, 2022. See Ms. Horrocks in the career center if you need help or more information.

High School students ages 15-19: Teens in Public Service (TIPS) provides paid summer internships for teenagers to work in non-profit organizations for 6-8 weeks in the summer. A current Mariner HS student will share about his TIPS experience in a presentation during lunches in the Career & College Readiness Center on Wednesday, February 2, 2022. TIPS is accepting applications now. Informational flyer:


Sno-Isle Tech

Sno-Isle Dates

Online 2022-23 Application Opens 1/13 5 pm

Priority Application Deadline 2/4 5 pm

Shadow/Interview Dates for Priority Apps 2/28 AM 3/1 PM

For more information and the application, go to:

Sno-Isle Recorded Information Webinars

Mariner Students Make All State Band!

Two Mariner students auditioned and were selected for the Washington Music Educators Association All-State Wind Ensemble, the top group for band students across Washington.

The two students are Seniors Phong Nguyen, Trumpet, and Cassandra Humarang, Bass Clarinet.

These students will be part of a one-day rehearsal and performance on Sunday, February 20th, in Yakima. This is a tremendous honor for these students. Congratulations to them and Mr. Angelos on this fantastic accomplishment.

Mariner Scholastic Art Winners

Stay Connected!

Information and news about Mariner High School are available in a variety of formats. This year, you will receive a phone message and email from the district if we close or delay school. This helps ensure we reach everyone, including those without an email address on file, before students stand outside at a bus stop, and before parents leave for work. If you added a text message number in the Blackboard portal you would also receive a text message. As usual, school delays or closures will be posted on the district website and posted through FlashAlert, which also feeds into mainstream local news feeds.

Check out the following sites and join us on social media to stay connected:

Mukilteo School District App - Available in for Android phones and the Apple store very soon!

Mariner HS website:

Blackboard Connect:

Mariner Twitter: @MHSEverett

Mariner Instagram: MarinerMarauders and MarinerCity

Mariner Facebook: Mariner Marauders

Mariner Compass (student newspaper):

Mukilteo School District e-newsletter: sign up here e-newsletter