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  • Battle of Broadway

    Invite your families and friends to this traditional annual event on Friday, Oct. 7 at 7 p.m. at Everett Memorial Stadium. Come cheer for your team!

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  • Space still available for FREE preschool!

    Space still available! ECEAP is a program for 3- and 4-year-old children from families with limited income. ECEAP prepares children for kindergarten and includes family support and health and nutrition services. Please click headline for more information.

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  • All schools and administration buildings closed to public on Oct. 14

    In addition to no school for students, all schools and administration buildings will be closed to the public on Friday, October 14 for a district-wide Learning Improvement Day (LID). Click headline to learn more.

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  • Interested in attending Sequoia this school year?

    Interested in enrolling in the 2022-23 school year? Please click the link for full registration information, deadlines, and links. Please call our office is you need more information at (425) 385-5100.

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  • PSAT on Oct. 12 for all sophomores

    On Wednesday, Oct. 12, all sophomores will take the Preliminary Student Aptitude Test (PSAT) at no cost. PSAT has many benefits for students. There will be a 3.5 hour late start for all other high school students with late bus transportation provided. Click headline for more information.

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  • High School & Beyond in October!

    In-person this year at Cascade, Everett and Jackson high schools! Students and families will have opportunities to connect with colleges, universities, trade schools & apprenticeships from Washington and other states. Click headline to learn more.

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  • Join us October 6 for Let's connect

    Join us at Evergreen Middle School to connect with Regional Superintendent Cathy Woods and your Region 2 Administrators to talk about the start of school - what is going well and what student achievement looks like to you. Starting at 6 p.m., click headline for more information.   

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  • Sequoia 2022 Graduation Video & Photos

    Congratulations Class of 2022! If you wish to view the video or download photos please click on the annoucement.

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  • Sports registration for ALL seasons is OPEN!

    We are very excited to announce that our athletic department has partnered with FinalForms, an online forms and data management service. FinalForms allow parents to complete and sign athletic participation forms for their middle and high school students. Sequoia students may try out and play for any of our high schools. Click headline for Parent Playbook.

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  • Community Eligibility Provision (CEP) update

    As we continue to return to ‘normal’ the USDA is not able to extend the ‘free meals for all’ waiver program for all schools any longer. Our school qualifies for CEP which means school meals continue to be free for all students at our school, regardless of free and reduced lunch qualification. Click headline to learn more.

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  • Sexual Assault & Abuse Resources

    Please click on the links or scan the QR code to see a list of resources and information on sexual assault and abuse.

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    Regular Hours: 8:20am - 2:55pm

    Office Hours: 7:30am - 4:00pm

    Early Release: 8:20am - 12:25pm


    1 Hour Late Start-Period 2 : 9:15am

    2 Hour Late Start-Period 3 : 10:10am



    Address: 3516 Rucker Ave.
    Everett, WA, 98201

     Sequoia High School








    Phone: 425-385-5100

    Fax:     425-385-5102



    Is your student absent? Please contact our attendance office at 425-385-5105 or email to in order to excuse the absence.


  • Sequoia High School - Choice Program crestSequoia High School is rooted in choice, equity and building relationships.  We focus on individualization while holding students to high academic standards, preparing them for life as contributors to their communities.