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    JHS Counseling Team

     NEW STUDENT ORIENTATION VIDEO 2022-23 


    Welcome to the 2022-23 school year!

    We are thrilled to announce the addition of more counselors on the Jackson High School counseling team!

    Though this has created a change to the alphabet we each work with, it also means that we can better meet the needs of our students! 


    Use this QR Code (or select) to contact your School Counselor

    Counselor Connections Form

            AFTER YOU SUBMIT THIS FORM OUR GOAL IS TO GET BACK TO YOU WITHIN 48 SCHOOL HOURS.

              PLEASE KNOW THE RESPONSE TIME MAY BE LONGER DURING TIMES OF HIGH VOLUME.

    *This form is for academic questions, but if you have a personal emergency or are in crisis please come to the Counseling Office for assistance right away during school hours.


    To email your counselor during the school year, click on your counselor's name below, or email Tom Sugawara, Counseling Secretary.  

Meet our team

  • JHS Counseling Department Mission

    The mission of the Henry M. Jackson High School Counseling Department is to provide a comprehensive and developmental guidance program encompassing personal, social, academic, and career goals for all students to become self-assured and productive members of society in accordance with the American School Counseling Association National Model as adopted by the Everett School District.

    JHS Counseling Department Vision

    The vision of the Henry M. Jackson High School Counseling Department is to empower all students with the knowledge, skills, and resources to develop and be accountable for their own graduation and post high school plans in order to enhance success in their personal and professional lives.

    JHS Counseling Department Goals 

    1. Graduation Plan and credit accountability by every student
    2. Data driven academic planning to support each student’s post-high school plan
    3. Provide options and support for all students to obtain academic success
    4. Students will understand a variety of post-high school options as related to personal goals
    5. Career inventory and exploration
    6. Social and emotional readiness for the adult world
    7. Collaborate with parents/guardians to positively guide students as they enter adulthood.