Jackson High School 11th-grader, Akila Rajan, is one of 24 students selected from across the US for year-long Youth Collaboratory program, where high school students learn about responsible citizenship and owning their civic power.
Concerned about the Snohomish County vaping epidemic among young people, Jackson High School Freshman Katerina Vaagen began a "No Vaping" pledge drive at the school on October 22nd, after Principal Dave Peters wholeheartedly approved the project.
The list of Washington State’s National Merit Scholarship semifinalists was released in September; and Juliana Mothersbaugh, Emilia Peterson, Priyanka Rao, and Ethan Thong from Jackson High School were named.
After a successful book sale at the North Creek Presbyterian Church, the Grant Committee of the Friends of the Mill Creek Library awarded grants to two local educators: Heatherwood Middle School Teacher/Librarian Sara Herber and Jackson High School Teacher Patricia Michaelle Frank.
Undefeated this season and bringing home an unprecedented fourth win, Jackson High School’s robotics Team 2910 Jack In The Bot clinched the 2019 FIRST Washington Pacific Northwest Championship and are headed to Houston for the national competition the week of April 16th to 21st.
Everett High School students, Luzel Carmona, and Fernando Gonzales; along with Jackson High School student, Juliana Mothersbaugh; were recently recognized for winning awards at Escribo en Español, a Spanish literary contest held at the University of Washington.