2013 College Rep Visits:
None at this time
Volunteer Hours Required for Graduation - District Requirement
Please hold on to your community service forms until you have accumulated 40 hours. Volunteer Opportunities are available in the counseling center. Once you have hours totaling 40 hours you may turn your forms in to Mrs. Krikorian in the Counseling Office. Community Service Form
Struggling with a class?
SENIOR YEAR GRADES ARE IMPORTANT. If students are applying to private colleges, their first semester grades will be sent to colleges in early February and will influence whether or not they are admitted. If students are applying to public colleges, final year transcripts will be sent in late June; colleges reserve the right to rescind the student’s admittance if senior year grades are different than 9th-11th year grades. If students are struggling in a class, they should talk with their teacher. They can use our school library for computer access and a quiet place to study – it is open on Tuesdays and Thursdays from 2:30 – 5:00 pm.
Struggling with your Teenager?
There are some wonderful classes being offered through Youth Eastside Services (YES): Positive Discipline, Temperament & Parenting through Separation & Divorce. These classes focus on building up the parent-child relationship & reducing family conflict using genuine respect. Positive Discipline is neither Permissive nor Authoritarian. It promotes the Authoritative parenting style which is the parenting approach recommended by the American Academy of Pediatrics. For more information go to www.YouthEastsideServices.org or Info@YouthEastsideServices.org Registration required, call 425.747.4937
Metro Bus Passes – Donate to Counseling
Did you know that all King County residence who renew their vehicle tabs are eligible for 8 free bus tickets! If you qualify and are not going to use them, order them and donate them to our counseling office. This can help many students or families come to school events, teacher meetings, even just get students to school.