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Henry M. Jackson High School

Public School | Grades 9-12 | Everett School District
1508 136TH St SE
Mill Creek, WA 98012
(425) 385-7000

About This School

Henry M. Jackson High School is located in Mill Creek, WA and is one of 10 high schools in Everett School District. It is a public school that serves 1908 students in grades 9-12. See Henry M. Jackson High School's test results to learn more about school performance.

In 2011, Henry M. Jackson High School had 24 students for every full-time equivalent teacher. The Washington average is 19 students per full-time equivalent teacher.

Student Ethnicity (2011)

Students (2011)


Students Per Teacher (2011)

Female/Male (2011)

48% 52%

Subsidized Lunch (2011)


District Spending (2010)

per student
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Grade 10 Math Performance

High School Proficiency Exam Results
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Henry M. Jackson High School Reviews


By , a Former Student on

i was a freshman there i had a first girlfriend then she moved then this other girl she was a bodyguard i never got pick on i unjust you guys or girl to get a bodyguard and this school is one the best school out of  country

By a Current Student on

I'm a freshman this year at Jackson and i have loved every bit of this year. There are bad teachers but they aren't the worst I've had and more good teachers outweigh the bad. Also a lot of students have school spirit. GO TIMBERWOLVES!!!!!!!!!!

By a Parent on

I think that Jackson is one the best school's in the entire Pacific Northwest. My son goes there as a 9th grader and I have never heard him say one bad thing about the school. I feel that every school has bullying and Jackson doesn't have a lot of it. If a someone's kid is being bullied then they shouldn't assume that the rest of the school is bad. There are a lot of GOOD kids at this school and they fit in just fine.

By a Parent on

Sadly, Jackson has a large population of students who think it is OK to bully.  The admisnistration does not seem to be able to control the kids or individual situations.  Many teachers clearly do not like their job or have a passion for teaching.  Kids who make poor choices are not held accountable and allowed to continue to participate in sports.  If parents aren't teaching kids compassion for each other, the school isn't holding kids accountable for harassment issues, where do the "good kids" go.  It is difficult to escape the toxic environment of Jackson.  There is much work to be done there.  I wouldn't advise any parent to send their child to a school with all of these problems.  A very negative place.

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