Maywood Middle School
14490 168th Ave SE
Renton, WA 98059
Phone: 425-837-6903
Fax: 425-837-6910
Report Absence: 425-837-6900

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About Maywood Middle School

Maywood's Mission Statement

Maywood works in partnership
with the community.
We nurture lifelong learners, creative problem solvers and responsible citizens. 

Once known as Maywood Junior High School, Maywood Middle School opened in 1969. It was completely renovated in 1999. We are in the process of modernization and expansion now that is scheduled to be completed winter 2011.

Todayís Maywood students come from the following Issaquah Elementary Schools:

They enter Maywood as 6th graders for three years in a school known for its parent involvement, focus on high standards, and quality preparation for high school learning at Liberty High School.

Maywood enjoys a lot of parent support. Trained volunteers "walkabout" campus to supervise and connect with students. Parents are trained in special strategies to assist students in reading and to assess student writing and math. VOICE mentors work one-on-one with at-risk students. PTSA membership is consistently over 85%.

Maywood starts classes two hours later every Wednesday to facilitate staff collaboration.

For more information about Maywood Middle School including our school report card information and driving directions see the Maywood ISD page.

Our Continuous Improvement Plan is listed here.

Maywood is part of Issaquah School District #411. Please visit the online ISD Community Report for information about the Issaquah School Districtís mission, overall performance, and budget.

Our school colors are green and gold and we are the Chargers represented by the likeness of a ram.

Please use the links to the left to continue learning about Maywood Middle School.

 Last updated 03/28/2014

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