Career Center

  • Patty Stapleton, Career Specialist
    Phone: 360-563-4045
    Fax: 360-563-4194

    Office Hours
    Monday - Friday: 7 a.m.-3 p.m.

    The Career Center is open to all students and their parents and provides, but not limited to such services as career exploration, college planning, college visits and applications, scholarship information, job board listings, Sno-Isle Skills Center, ACT/SAT andassistance with any of these things.

    College visits
    During the months of September, October and November students have the opportunity to attend presentations put on by different college admission counselors. Students need to sign-up in the Career Center to receive a pass to attend these college visits. See the bulletin for the current week's colleges. The "College Visits" calendar is posted in the Career Center and on the calendar outside the Career Center. 

    Financial aid
    The FAFSA is the financial aid form for accessing grants, federal student loans and work-study funds. Filling out the Free Application for Federal Student Aid, or FAFSA, is one of the most important steps students and their families can take to pay for college. 

    How to begin the FAFSA.

    For scholarship opportunities please search Scholarship Opportunities and check the bulletin board outside the Career Center for new updated scholarship listings.

    Beyond High School Career & College Fair
    The Beyond High School Career & College Fair will be held on October 16, from 8:10-10:25 a.m. in the Main Gym. 9th through 12th grade students will be attending and parents are invited to attend. Please check in at the main office.

    Other College Fairs

    ASVAB (Career Assessment test)
    Test Date: November 18th, 8:15 a.m. (Sign up in the Career Center)
    The ASVAB (Armed Services Vocational Aptitude Battery) career assessment test is provided at least once a year at SHS, at no charge to students. The duration of the test will last for 1-3 hours, depending on the student. For students that are considering college or tech school, or not planning on continued education after high school, this test can be helpful. Results may spur the students into a specific program of study at an institution or guide them into a career pathway. The test is divided into sections, much like the ACT/SAT. The sections are divided into Math, English and Vocational. The results will be interpreted with ASVAB Career Exploration Program personnel at SHS a few weeks after the test. For students considering a military career, this test is also used as an assessment tool for job placement. Military personnel are involved in administering this test. Contact the Career Center for more information.