Jonathon Brown is a 1998 graduate of Saint Mary Magdalen School. His journey at SMM began in Mrs. Houghton’s 3A classroom and continued all the way through to Mrs. Stohl’s 8A classroom in the corner of the junior high wing. At SMM, Jonathon was very involved in the school community. He was an altar server (continuing all the way through high school) as well as an 8th grade commissioner.
Following his time at SMM, Jonathon attended Henry M. Jackson High School in Mill Creek where he was a varsity letterman in football and wrestling as ...
We are happy to announce that through a partnership with Everett Community College, we are able to offer English Language Classes on campus.
Our next 6 week session is from February 7th- March 15th. Classes are Wednesday and Thursday evenings from 7-8:30 pm. Most classes are held in the JPII room which is in one of our portables next to the lower parking lot.
We have 25 spaces available. The first 25 registered students will be accepted into the class.
All language abilities are welcome! This session is closed. Our next session begins in April. Check back for more information.
If you have any ...
St. Mary Magdalen Preschool balances learning and play to create an effective learning experience. Building on a child’s natural curiosity and readiness to learn we engage students through creative and engaging lessons and projects. Table centers built around art, science, letter recognition, number sense, and Catholic traditions encourage children to explore, learn, and create. New concepts are regularly being introduced while reviewing and re-enforcing existing skills.
We are excited to launch our All Day preschool programs for the 2018/2019 school year. We will continue to offer a limited number of half day spots as well. Before and after school care ...
Admissions are in full swing! Many of our classes are beginning to fill up for this next school year. We recommend scheduling a tour and completing applications early to hold you "spot".
We are launching our FULL DAY preschool for 3 & 4 year old's. Information will be available at our January 28th Open House. Click here for Open House details.
Kristin Moore, Director of Development & Admissions, is available to answer any questions and guide you through the application process.
Phone Number: 425-353-7559 ext. 107
Did you know we have an Online Application? Click here to Apply Online
Let there be PEACE on earth, and let it begin with me.
The week of the shooting in Las Vegas, locally we experienced another tragedy...the shooting of a young person (14 years old) in our very own community, Everett. This brought about much discussion within our 8th grade. We had a deep conversation about PEACE and how each and every one of us can play a role in spreading PEACE in our world. It begins with each of us, parents and students alike!
Mrs. Wilson (Middle School Math teacher) has launched our SMM's very first PEACE campaign. It all began with ...
The Day of the Dead, which dates back to Pre-Columbian times, honors the mysteries of life and death, through both celebration and reverence. Every year from November 1-2, both Mexicans and people around the world honor their loved ones with offerings or ofrendas displayed on colorful altars decorated with pictures, bright flowers, candles, and their favorite foods and beverages. (Google)
Our St. Mary Magdalen school community will kick off the Day of the Dead on November 1st with an all-school assembly which highlights the history and tradition of this Mexican celebration. Individual classes will see the ofrenda up close and hear more about this important and beautiful celebration. ...
It is an honor to have our efforts in the area of accessibility recognized and published. We truly believe in our mission and work hard each day to offer innovation and success to the students and families we serve!
Written by: Reverend Ronald J. Nuzzi, Ph.D. Director, ACE RISE (The University of Notre Dame)
1. An Incarnational View of the World
Catholic School students learn that God is present and active in their lives and in the world. They learn to recognize the “footprints of God” in their daily experiences, especially in the midst of life’s challenges. They develop a sense of “sacramental awareness”. They see the signs of God’s love around them, and become instruments of God’s grace in their own ...