Address: 4248 S 288th St
Auburn, WA 98001
Principal: Adrienne Chacón
Assistant Principal: Dr. Leonard Brown
Assistant Principal: Estefanie Lobo
Assistant Principal: Laurie Thornton
Counseling: Cheryl Brandes, Tara Frank, Kristen Leon, Shelby Namba, Brooke Scheib
Year School was Built: 1967
School Mission Statement
Thomas Jefferson High School aims to provide a safe, secure, and diverse environment that encourages students to be active, life-long learners. We do this by providing challenging curricular programs that foster inquiring, knowledgeable, internationally-minded, and caring young people who actively strive to create a better world through intercultural understanding and respect.
Our School Goals
Our school goals align with the district strategic plan:
Goal 2- Whole Child: Thriving, Confident, Responsible Individuals
- You Talk, We Listen
- Character Strong support program
Area of Focus
- Increase scholar social-emotional efficacy through teaching, modeling, and practicing SE skills in support of a safe environment
Goal 5- Persistence to Graduation: High School Graduation Through Successful Transitions
- 90.1 % Graduation Rate
- IB for all…with support
Area of Focus
Creating opportunities for scholar voice and ownership by integrating knowledge, culture and experience into school planning and improvement. To build on learning needs of scholars, including academic background, life experiences, culture and language
Thomas Jefferson High School is one big family. We want to partner with all families in our commitment to empowering the mind and heart of the whole scholar. As partners, we share in the responsibility of our scholars’ success. We actively seek parents to join our Raider Parent Movement, to become mentors for our Communities In Schools program, and to volunteer on campus. We want to partner with our parents to fully support our scholars to success. For more information, please call the Thomas Jefferson High School Main Office 253-945-5600).
You can find data for all schools on Washington’s Office of the Superintendent of Public Instruction’s website including scholar demographics, teacher information, free and reduced lunch rate, school funding and financial resources, and assessment data at reportcard.ospi.k12.wa.us.
Also, check out the FWPS Data Dashboard on our website: www.fwps.org and click on the “Data Dashboard” icon at the top of the page.