• The NEW SAT


    Everett High School is proud to offer all 11th grade students the redesigned College Board School Day SAT Plus Essay Exam on Wednesday, March 2, 2016.


    Usually $54.50, this test is free of charge to our Junior students.  The SAT is one of the best ways for students to show what they have learned in high school, and is used by universities and colleges across the country as a college readiness marker.  In addition to college entrance requirements, it connects students with college planning tools, scholarships, and financial support.


    The new SAT is designed to be a more straightforward timed test, focusing on what students are learning in class and need to know in college.  Changes include focusing on knowledge, skills, and understanding rather than general reasoning skills, and an essay section which provides separate results.  We encourage all families to visit the College Board website for more information about the SAT and all that the College Board has to offer.


    For questions about Everett High School's March 2 test scheduling, please contact Ms. LaRue.



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    Seniors:  Do you need help completing your FAFSA (Free Application for Federal Student Aid)?  Help is available from financial aid experts at the events listed below.  The FAFSA is required in order to receive grants, loans, or work study for college tuition.  What do you need to bring?  You will need your Social Security Number/Alient Registration Card, household financials (W2 or final pay stub on last year's tax return), parents Social Security Number if they have one, and any additional financial information (child support, TANF or welfare information, investment information).  Contact the EHS Counseling Center or Career Center for more details.  To begin your free application, visit www.FAFSA.gov or for WASFA visit www.readysetgrad.org.




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  • Senior Citizen Dinner

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School Hours & Driving Directions


Regular hours

7:30 a.m. - 2:05 p.m.

Early release

11:35 a.m. dismissal

Learning Improvement Friday


12:50 p.m. dismissal



Everett High School
2416 Colby Ave.
Everett, WA  98201            

425-385-4402 fax


Everett High

To inspire, educate, and prepare every student to be career and college ready.