Thomas Jefferson High School

Now the oldest high school in Federal Way Public Schools, the open design of the campus is challenging to secure. Additionally, the current elementary enrollment is greatest in the north end, and TJHS will need to be right-sized to meet this growing community as students move through the K-12 system. With an anticipated capacity of up to 2,000 students, the high school can also provide space for preschool programs, expanding the equity of opportunity for our families in this feeder area. 
 
Thomas Jefferson High School received a Building Condition Score of 63.12% and a Learning Environment Score of 36. For more information about these scores: https://www.fwps.org/Page/5031 
 

Ongoing Community Engagement

 
Join us for a Bond Update Meeting

Thomas Jefferson High School is entering the design phase of the construction process. You're invited to check out the design concepts of the new school at this upcoming update meetings:

January 14, 2019, from 6 - 8 p.m.

    

Preliminary Project Timeline - Revised December 2018

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