• Notification of Mumps at Everett High

    A case of mumps has been confirmed at Everett High by the Snohomish County Health Department. Read the letter sent to families on Feb. 28.


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  • World Language Testing

    Click here for answers to frequently asked questions about World Language Proficiency Testing.

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    We will reach out to families whose students have a fine on their account through our ConnectEd system on March 27, 2017.  Students with unpaid or unresolved fines will not be able to purchase items that are not required, such as optional field trips, yearbooks, spirit gear, athletic fees, parking passes, and dance tickets.  Most student fines can easily be resolved in the following ways:


    • Overdue library books and textbooks can be renewed or returned to the Library in good condition within six months of the date of the fine.  Per District policy lost or overdue textbook fines older than six months must be paid in full.
    • Fines for unreturned athletic gear can be resolved by returning the items to your coach as soon as possible.

    Not sure if your student has a fine?  It's easy to check online and pay using a credit or debit card by visiting Payments Online.  The login name is the Student ID Number, and the password in the student's registered last name in ALL CAPS.  You can also check your student's payment history and even reprint a receipt for a past purchase.  There is a $3 convenience fee charged for online payments, but you can pay fee-free at the EHS Treasurer's Office by cash or check.


    If you have questions about a fine on your student's account, please contact the school that initiated the fine.  For Everett High School fines, please contact the Treasurer's Office at (425) 385-4417.

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School Hours & Driving Directions

Regular Hours 7:30 a.m. - 2:05 p.m. Everett High School
2416 Colby Ave.
Everett, WA 982

Early Release 11:35 a.m. dismissal
Learning Improvement Friday 12:50 p.m. dismissal
425-385-4402 fax   


Everett High

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