Monroe Elementary School is a Monrovia Unified School District public school located on West Colorado Boulevard in…More central Monrovia.
Monroe is built on a historic site, originally known as Orange Avenue School, which dates back to the 1880s. The school is named after the founder of Monrovia, William H. Monroe. Monroe's mascot is the lion.
Monroe has been named a California Distinguished School, a Title 1 Achieving School, and has received a Bravo Award for fine arts.
Santa Fe Middle School is a Monrovia Unified School District public school on West Duarte Road in southern…More Monrovia.
Santa Fe has been named a California Distiguished School. Its mission is to provide "a safe, harmonious environment where all involved recognize the worth of every person," according to the school's website.
The main feeder schools for Santa Fe are Plymouth Elementary and Monroe Elementary. The school's mascot is the cougar.
Located on Mayflower Ave. at the base of the foothills, Mayflower Elementary School is a public Monrovia Unified…More School District school that serves the northern part of the city.
Mayflower's mission is to provide "a safe, orderly, positive learning environment; educational programs which allow maximum development of each student's academic potential; and a social, civic and cultural understanding," according to its Web site.