Mariner in the AM

Principal's Message

Welcome to Mariner Middle School, Home of the Mighty Tritons!   Our beautiful campus is situated near the corner of Chiquita and Tropicana Boulevards in Cape Coral, a growing and vibrant community that is now the 8th largest city in Florida!  We are proud to be part of the School District of Lee County (SDLC).


Our campus is directly adjacent to Cape Coral’s Regional Library as well as Mariner High School.  Our location provides excellent opportunities for our students to participate in activities and events beyond our school.


Our students engage with a rigorous, interdisciplinary curriculum centered on Florida's BEST Standards.  In addition to three years of core programming, students may elect to take two years of Spanish, visual arts, performing arts, technology, physical education, or horticulture.  Our culinary arts program focuses on seed-to-table learning, and our band earned a superior rating again at the 2023 Music Performance Assessment.


We offer dozens of sports, clubs and academic competitions--our school has something to offer every learner! 


Parents and community members, we would like to partner with you:

*Join our School Advisory Council to advise and support schoolwide programs!
*Join our Parent Teacher Organization to celebrate students and staff!
*Local businesses:  Become a community partner with Mariner Middle School.  We will proudly display our partnership on a fence sign in front of our campus.


We are looking forward to an excellent school year!  In the meantime, check our website for supply lists, dress code, upcoming events, and more.  We will be updating our site throughout the school year.

School News

Athletic Physicals Available
May 30th PHYSICAL NIGHT held at Ida Baker HS from 5:00 to 8:00.
Read More about Athletic Physicals Available
Interims Available April 24
Quarter 4 interims will be available through the Focus Parent Portal on April 24.
Read More about Interims Available April 24

District News

Four Students Earn Awards for Women in STEM
Four Students Earn Awards for Women in STEM
The Dunbar High School Technology Academy is adding to its award-winning honors with four students recently honored by the National Center for Women and Information Technology (NCWIT).
Read More about Four Students Earn Awards for Women in STEM
School District Receives $12 Million US Department of Education Magnet School Assistance Program Grant
School District Receives $12 Million US Department of Education Magnet School Assistance Program Grant
The School District of Lee County is excited to announce it has received a $12 million, 5-year competitive grant award from the U.S. Department of Education’s Magnet Schools Assistance Program. This grant will support innovative magnet programs at Bonita Springs Elementary, Edgewood Academy, and Hector A. Cafferata, Jr. Elementary to attract families and enrich school choice offerings.
Read More about School District Receives $12 Million US Department of Education Magnet School Assistance Program Grant
Sunshine State Scholars (2024)
Sunshine State Scholars (2024)
Zeke Dube-Garrett from Cypress Lake High School and Sophia Dupeyron from Cape Coral High School were awarded 1-year scholarships provided by State Farm and the Florida Prepaid College Foundation.
Read More about Sunshine State Scholars (2024)
FortifyFL - Suspicious Activity Reporting App Parents' Bill of Rights

Upcoming Events


Bag Rules for Athletic and Afterschool Events

All Bags Prohibited during after school and athletic events

Website by SchoolMessenger Presence. © 2024 SchoolMessenger Corporation. All rights reserved. Non-Discrimination Policy Website Accessibility