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College and Career Center

  • Kari Winckler
    Phone: 360-563-7578
    Fax: 360-563-7630

    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.

     Click here to download the Junior/Senior Workbook published by WSAC.


College and Career Center Announcements

  • Scholarships

    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.  For a list of recently updated scholarships please see the scholarship board outside the Counseling Office or use this spreadsheet.  Any questions on scholarships please see the Career Center.

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  • Washington State Four Year Application and FAFSA Deadlines 

    Seniors! Know your application deadlines and fees! Use this chart provided by the Washington Council with all public and private four year schools in Washington.

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  • High School and Beyond Night

    We held our first High School and Beyond Night on October 10, 2019.  Presentations made by GPHS counseling staff will be posted to the presentation page of our website.  Handouts are now available.

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  • Local Scholarship Notebook

    The Class of 2020 LSN will be available by Winter Break  Please look through the 2019 LSN tab to see what last years application and essay requirements were, as well as specific scholarship requirements.  


    Thank you to the Snohomish Education Foundation and the many local organizations and families that make these scholarships available to our students.  If you would like more information on how to support Glacier Peak Students through the Local Scholarship program please contact Kari Winckler in the Career Center or the Snohomish Education Foundation.


    Congratulations to the Class of 2019 students that received Local Scholarship Notebook Scholarships.  Of the 105 students that applied 57 students were selected to receive scholarships from 48 different donors.   

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