Pre K through 8th Grade

Mountlake Terrace, WA

  • Academics

    We offer students the tools to choose their future

  • Sports

    St. Pius X actively participates in sports

  • Faith

    St Pius X provides an education grounded in the Catholic faith

  • Teachers

    Our teachers love our supportive environment

  • Friendships

    Children learn to form friendships that can last a lifetime

  • Children

    Our mission is the education of the children who are our future

  • Exploration

    Students learn to explore new ideas and effectivly communicate them

Academic Excellence

St. Pius X is dedicated to providing students the academic tools they will need to choose any future they want.  These tools are a combination of knowledge, problem solving skills and effective study habits that will serve students throughout their lives.

Faith in Life

Faith is the foundation of a life that serves God and our neighbors. St Pius X provides our students with a strong foundation in the Catholic faith.

Family Involvement

St. Pius X School is a community of families that work together to nurture our children and support academic excellence.

Teaching as a Vocation

Education is a vocation and passion that brings excellent teachers here to teach where they can work personally with each student.

Family Folder Updates


For the past many years, Marcela Velasquez has been the Year Advisor. She works with a number of students to teach and show them how to put together a yearbook. If you have pictures throughout the year to share in the yearbook, please forward them to

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Grandparents/Senior Citizen Luncheon

The Grandparent or Senior Citizen friend luncheon will be on Friday, November 7, at 12 noon. If you do not have grandparents available for this event, we can ask senior members of the parish to join us. A flyer is enclosed in the family folder. Students will make a lunch at home for their special person/s. Hot lunch will not be available. If you have any questions, please call the school office, (425) 778-9861.


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Halloween Party Information

The annual all school Halloween party will be celebrated on Friday, October 30. The children and parents may wear orange and black colored clothing to school. At the end of the second recess, they may put on costumes for the party. Costumes may not contain blood and gore, weapons, alcohol, tobacco, masks or cross dressing. The party begins about 1:15 PM and ends about 2:30 PM. Classrooms may be planning activities for the end of the day. Students in grades K, 2, 4, 6, 8 please send a bag of individually wrapped candy. Please remember all donated candy must be NUT FREE and not made in a facility that processes nuts. Please check the wrappers. Students in grades 1, 3, 5 and 7, please send a bag of Halloween mini toys for example, spider rings, Halloween pencils, Trick or Treat sized play-dough, or Halloween stickers. Please contact the school if you have any questions.



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Congratulations to our CYO Cross Country

This year, Coach Fr. Cal Christiansen, and Co-coach Miss Creighton and Jessica Raney encouraged 44 students from Kindergarten to 8th grade who participated on the CYO Cross Country Team for St. Pius X. The students practiced running after school and participated in the Sunday races. We had two students place in the final CYO (gr. 4-8) race. Laurel Ovenell took third place for all of the 7th grade competitiors and Mykenzie Raney took 9th place with all of the 4th grade runners. Congratulations to all of our students!!



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Before and after school drop-off and pick-up, enter the playground off 56th Ave. W. at the north driveway. There will be cones in front of the stairs. Please have your children ready to depart from the passenger side of the car and walk up to the school. Do not leave your car in the carpool lane. Leaving the school playground, cars will exit onto 56th Ave. W. at the south driveway. Parents that are entering the building with their children need to park in the church parking lot and walk their children into the school. As a reminder, backing up on the playground with children present is extremely dangerous. Please do not drop off or pick up in front of the school office on 58th. Safety is our first priority.

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Volunteers Needed

Parent Club is looking for two people to chair the Halloween Party on Friday, Oct. 31. If you are available to chair this event, please contact Monica Keen.


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Iowa Test of Basic Skills (ITBS)

Students in grades 2-8 will take the Iowa Test of Basic Skills Assessment beginning Monday, October 20 through October 29th. Students are working on practice skill problems to sharpen their skills. Please schedule any outside appointments at a different time to allow students the opportunity to do their best during this week.


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Annual Fund Dinner

The 8th Annual Fund Dinner is Saturday, November 22, at 6:30 p.m. The Annual Fund is a process to seek charitable funds used to support the operating budget, provide additional resources that enrich the educational experiences of our students and keep tuition rates at a reasonable level. Our Distinguished Graduate this year is Mrs. Rachel (Tacalud) Andes, graduate of Bishop Blanchet High School and graduate of Seattle University. She is a Clinical Research Nurse Coordinator at UCLA in the Division of Hematology and Oncology. She was a volunteer RN for the American Diabetes Association for Camp Sealth and ethics committee member for Massachusetts General Hospital. Please plan to attend this wonderful dinner and meet our Distinguished Graduate.


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