Class of 2024 Important Information
If you have NOT passed one of the state assessments, we STRONGLY encourage you to sign up for the ACT or SAT.
Which test is best for you if you are trying to use it for an alternative assessment?
- If you have NOT met the ELA SBA- We encourage you to either take the ACT with Writing or the SAT with Essay
- If you have NOT met the Math SBA- We encourage you to either take the ACT or the SAT
Testing Information: Please check https://www.collegeboard.org/ for SAT or http://www.act.org/ for ACT on possible updated testing dates. Check with Mrs. Robin Hodges in the career center for ASVAB Dates- firstname.lastname@example.org
Letter of Recommendation
If you are in need of a Letter of Recommendation for college applications or scholarships, please fill out the Google form: Request a Letter of Rec
Need a copy of your transcripts?
You can order official or unofficial copies at http://www.parchment.com
FINANCIAL AID APPLICATIONS (FAFSA/WASFA):
Financial Aid Applications open on October 1st!
If you aren’t able to complete the FAFSA you most likely will be able to complete the WASFA which is the Washington Application for State Financial Aid. You will complete the WASFA at https://wsac.wa.gov/wasfa
Students who will graduate in 2024 will complete the 2024-2025 FAFSA or WASFA because it is based on the year you will be attending college.
You will use 2022 income information based on 2022 tax return and W-2 forms
You will need Parent and Student Birthdates and Social Security Numbers (if applicable)
* The FAFSA or WASFA is essential for ALL students attending college. If your family does not qualify for financial aid, the FAFSA is still useful. It may help students earn scholarships, grants, or provide lower interest rates on loans.
* The FAFSA opens December 2023. For Seniors who will graduate in 2024, they will complete the 2024-2025 FAFSA or WASFA.
The FAFSA (Free Application for Federal Student Aid) and the WASFA (Washington Application for State Financial Aid) are the Financial Aid applications that open the door to financial resources for your post-secondary education…think Grants! Scholarships! Low Interest Loans! All seniors should complete the FAFSA or WASFA even if you are uncertain of your plans after high school.
Most students will complete the FAFSA which qualifies you for both Federal and State Financial Aid. Start by completing your FSA ID.
Complete the FAFSA
If you are uncertain if you should complete the FAFSA or the WASFA click here for more information.