Jason Lee Middle School (Tacoma)
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Jason Lee Middle School, formerly known as West Intermediate School, was the first and largest of six intermediate schools funded in 1923. It was created on the former campus of the College of Puget Sound (now the University of Puget Sound) at 6th Avenue and North Sprague Avenue in Tacoma, Washington by architect Roland E. Borhek. The school was named after the notable missionary and pioneer Jason Lee. Jason Lee has about 39 teachers educating around 500 students.
Jason Lee Middle School recently developed a team of mentors, made up of 7th and 8th grade students, to help the incoming 6th graders. This program started in 2001 and has impacted the students greatly.