Career Center

  • Patty Stapleton, Career Specialist
    Room
    B208
    Phone: 360-563-4045
    Fax: 360-563-4194

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

    The Career Center helps students with such services as career exploration, college planning, college visits and applications, scholarship information, community service opportunities, Sno-Isle Skills Center, ACT/SAT and ASVAB test information and college and career fair information. Please contact the Career Center specialist for help with any of these things.

    Local Scholarship Notebook 
    The Local Scholarship Notebook is available each year from mid December until the beginning of February. The 2017-18 LSN is no longer available for this year. The due date was February 8. For other scholarship opportunities please search the "Scholarship Opportunities" link in the menu on the right.  

    Sno-Isle Tech Skills Center
    The Sno-Isle TECH application for the 2018-19 school year is now available online. Only current sophomores and juniors can apply. Students who submit their application by February 23 at 5 p.m., will have the best opportunity for an interview in their program of choice. The application will remain open until all programs are full, but apply early for best selection as some programs fill quickly!

    The Sno-Isle TECH Open House was Tuesday, February 6, from 5:30 – 7:30 p.m. During this time, the public was invited to check out the programs available and to speak with teachers and current students about the school. 

    Career Center Information
    The ASVAB (Armed Services Vocational Aptitude Battery) career assessment test is provided once a year at SHS, at no charge to students. This year, the test was given on January 4, 2018. 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 can 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.