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Everett High School

New class replaces Senior Seminar for Everett School District high school students

To give students the time, space, tools and place to develop necessary skills, the district is replacing Senior Seminar and its Culminating Exhibition with College and Career Readiness Seminar.

In an effort to better prepare graduates for life after high school, the Everett School District is changing the curriculum.

The “Senior Seminar” and “Culminating Exhibition” now required in senior year will be replaced with a “College and Career Readiness Seminar,” which can be taken in either the junior or senior years.

Everett High School all-girl NJROTC color guard wins championship and receives compliments for great sportsmanship

The Everett High School’s NJROTC Color Guard Team One competed in the NW Regional Drill Championships in Oak Harbor and won the championship on March 19, 2014.

Hours and hours of practice, motivated by determination, passion and perseverance, pay off!

The Everett High School’s NJROTC Color Guard Team One competed in the NW Regional Drill Championships in Oak Harbor and won the championship on March 19, 2014. They competed against twenty-three other schools (Army, Navy, Marine Corps and Air Force) from Oregon and western Washington. 

Everett High School students win highest honors in WordWright Challenge

A team of students representing Everett High School recently won highest honors in the 2014 WordWright Challenge, a national competition for high school students requiring close reading and analysis of many different kinds of prose and poetry.

A team of students representing Everett High School recently won highest honors in the 2014 WordWright Challenge, a national competition for high school students requiring close reading and analysis of many different kinds of prose and poetry. Participating with 596 school teams from all across the country, the school’s tenth-graders tied for eighth place in the nation in 2014's third meet, held in February.

Cedar Wood Principal David Jones honored as Snohomish County’s Distinguished Elementary Principal

Cedar Wood Elementary School's Principal, Dr. David Jones, has been selected as Snohomish County’s Distinguished Elementary Principal. This places him in the running as a Washington Elementary Principal of the Year.

Cedar Wood Elementary School is one of only ten of Washington state’s 1,011 public elementary schools to have earned the Washington Achievement Award every year for the past four years – in recognition of continued success closing the achievement gap and increasing the percent of students exceeding academic standards.

Now, the school’s Principal, Dr. David Jones, has been selected as the county’s Distinguished Elementary Principal. That honor places him in the running as a Washington Elementary Principal of the Year and potentially as a candidate for the national honor.

Two Everett School District high school seniors named as semifinalists in the National Merit Scholarship Program

Devon Mercer (Everett High School) and Saidutt Nimmagadda (Henry M. Jackson High School) are among approximately 16,000 semifinalists in the 59th annual National Merit Scholarship Program.

Devon Mercer (Everett High School) and Saidutt Nimmagadda (Henry M. Jackson High School) are among approximately 16,000 semifinalists in the 59th annual National Merit Scholarship Program. They each have an opportunity to continue in the competition for one of the 8,000 National Merit Scholarships, worth about $35 million total, to be offered in the spring.

Navy JROTC Cadets test dive submersibles

Student Cadets attending the Everett High School Navy (Junior Reserve Officer Training Corps) JROTC program just completed their introduction to naval engineering unit.

Student Cadets attending the Everett High School Navy Junior Reserve Officer Training Corps (JROTC) program just completed their introduction to naval engineering unit. For eight weeks, Naval Science 1 Cadets from Everett, Cascade and Jackson High schools studied naval mechanical, materials, electrical and project management engineering.

At the end of the unit, all 13 teams gathered around the Everett YMCA of Snohomish County pool to test their Remotely Operated Vehicles (ROV) in watery action–the most highly anticipated part of the study unit. With the help and support of the Naval Station Everett Fleet Diving Detachment, the Cadet’s ROVs operated well.

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