Everett Reengagement Academy (Graduation Alliance)

  • Graduation Alliance Graduation Alliance is designed to help students living within the Everett Public Schools' boundaries or service area, who are not attending an existing district school or program. The program provides a student support network that helps locate and enroll dropouts, as well as other at‐risk students, to provide a flexible and supportive online learning program through which they can reach their graduation goals.
    Academic coaches and local advocates work with students to provide academic support using a combination of electronic communication and mandatory weekly attendance at meet-ups where students can ask questions and get assistance. Those who need it will be provided a loaner laptop with built-in WiFi for use while enrolled in the program. Students who complete the program receive their diploma through Everett Public Schools.
    To enroll, students must be referred and approved by the school district. If you are interested in learning more about Graduation Alliance or want to enroll, talk to your counselor or contact Jaci Barbano.
    For students coming from outside of Everett Public Schools: You need to pre-register at the Everett Public Schools high school you would attend based on your address (Cascade, Everett, or Jackson), and set up a time to meet with a counselor at that school to have a referral form completed. This allows us to get you entered in our system and to request your transcript from your previous school.
    Graduation Alliance offers a GED option as well. Click here for more info.
    Program Type: Online, Attend Weekly Meet Ups
    Cost: FREE
    Ages: 16-21 (must be at least 16 & not yet 21 by Sept. 1)
    Graduation Alliance Everett Student Enrollment: 1-888-615-6115
    Everett Public Schools: 
    Dr. Jeanne Willard, Principal: 425-385-4078, jwillard@everettsd.org
    Jaci Barbano, Student Enrollment Support: 425-385-4071, jbarbano@everettsd.org
    Transcript Requestsgraduationalliance@everettsd.org

Weekly Meet Ups

  • Social Meetups are run by Local Advocate, Colette Fleury, and focus on social/emotional needs.


    Study Session Meetups are with the Academic Coaches. Days & times can be found on the student's GA dashboard once enrolled.


    Strong Start Orientations for new students will be held Monday, 1:30 - 2:30 pm, and Tuesday & Wednesday, 9 - 10 am, with Colette.


    Colette's In-Person Meetups

    Tuesday, 12 - 1 pm at Everett Community College (next to coffee stand in Parks Student Union building)


    Colette's Virtual Meetups

    Monday & Wednesday, 11:30 am - 1:30 pm



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