College and Career Center
Kari Winckler, Career Center Specialist
CEEB School Code 481211
The College and Career Center is available for all students and their families. Resources cover a wide range of interests and needs including but not limited to: college planning, visits and applications; scholarships, financial aid, apprenticeship, military options, SAT and ACT testing, Sno-Isle Tech, internships, employment and much more. Please stop by the College and Career Center for help with all post high school planning.
College and Career Center Announcements
A Plan for Standardized Tests in the Time of Coronavirus
This article by Sara Harberson discusses SAT and ACT test taking planning for the class of 2021 and beyond. Included in this article are links to test optional colleges and links to the updates to this year's AP testing.
College Visits & Applications Impacted by Covid-19
Many colleges have canceled upcoming visit days and weekends. The information is often being shared virtually. Please check individual college websites for the most up to date information. This resource can help you with your virtual college visits and has a list of Washington colleges that are offering virtual tours.
Many colleges have extended their application and decision deadlines. Some students are wishing to stay closer to home, or have had difficulties during these uncertain times. Please visit individual college websites for the most up to date information.
For This Year's College-Bound, The Future Is in Turmoil. The admissions calendar, upended. Included in this article is a list of over 200 schools that have changed their decision deadline from May 1 to June 1.
Plan Summer Internships, Experiences and Camps Now!
Visit our Experiences, Internships and Summer Opportunities page for a list of opportunities available for all grades. Most open January through March for summer.
Please see the Scholarships Opportunity tab on the right for a list of scholarships, they are sorted by the month that they are due. Scholarships are updated on a monthly basis.
Junior and Senior Year Handbook