Pride, Tradition, Excellence
Our school is committed to the pursuit of excellence in learning. Our tradition is an unwavering focus on developing the fullest potential of all students regardless of their individual backgrounds. And we are proud that our community creates an environment in which each pupil is recognized for his/her talents, is treated with respect and dignity, and is expected to treat others likewise.
If you're a new visitor to this website - welcome! You can browse the menu on the left to find out what makes the students, parents, faculty and staff of Marshall proud to be members of this school.
If you're a current parent, student, faculty or staff member, you can use the boxes below to find the latest news and upcoming events. If you browse the menus you're likely to find a wealth of new pages and information.
If you have questions, comments, complaints or suggestions for improving this website, please contact the webmaster. Enjoy!
Marshall is a 2012 CBEE "Honor Roll" School!
Marshall Fundamental was recently recognized by the California business community for its high student academic achievement and progress in closing student achievement gaps.
Read the flyer to learn more!
PEF Summer Programs for Middle & High School
The Pasadena Educational Foundation invites you to join their popular Summer Enrichment Program for middle school students at Norma Coombs. High School classes for credit are being offered at Marshall.
News Flash: Website calendar updated!
now matches the official
Activities Office Calendar
for all events through the end of the school year!
(Photo by DafneCholet/Creative Commons)
Marshall Students get around!
Ms. Moore with Marshall students at Jamestown, VA
Marshall takes 1st place...everywhere!
Congratulations to the girls soccer team on winning CIF; they begin playing for the state championship tomorrow in San Diego.
Congratulations to colorguard and drumline who both took first place in their respective competitions this week.
Congratulations to Yaneli Soriano who won the district speech contest on 21st Century Leadership.
And congratulations to Maya Rosental Saporito, Khachik Ashkaryan, and Atticus Moats who won first place in the Los Angeles County History Day competition; they will now take their presentation to Sacramento in April to compete at the State level.
We're proud of our Marshall students, and all we can add is:
Tours for the remainder of the school year are as follows:
February 28th 2pm (English)
March 21st 9:30am (English/Spanish)
April 9th 2pm (English)
May 16th 9:30am (English/Spanish)
Prospective students are encouraged to attend the tour with their parents.
If you have any questions, please call (626)396-5810 x64199.
Double your donation dollars!
Thanks to an anonymous donor the Pasadena Education Foundation (PEF) will match $25,000 worth of donations to our school. All you need to do is fill out their form and direct your donation to either Arts, Athletics, or Academics at Marshall.
Don't delay! The match is "first come first served;" once the $25,000 is matched then the matching ends. (Of course PEF will still accept donations after the program is over.)
Marshall students recognized nationally for their excellence
Jose Lopez has been named a National Hispanic Scholar, and Eleanor Mudica has been named a National Merit Semi-Finalist. Based on the PSAT Eleanor is in the top 1% of all high school students and the only PUSD student to receive this honor.
Congratulations to you both and
Marshall Grabs Silver Again!
Congratulations to everyone - Marshall has once again been named a Silver Medalist by the US News & World Report in their "Best High Schools" edition. Click here to see the details.
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