Class of 2022

  • Prepping for the College Transition: Now that we are thinking about student's starting college next fall, here are a few tips on Life Skills for Teens Before They Leave for College.

  • Scholarships: One of the biggest question I get is wanting help with scholarships.  We are right in the thick of scholarship season so don't wait - apply TODAY!  Visit our website for a TON of scholarship links.  You won't win scholarships if you don't apply!

Class of 2023

  • Make a College LIst: Want to know what you should be doing now to prepare for college after high school? Your junior year is the PERFECT time to be making a list of colleges you are interested in.  Then start making plans to visit them this next spring and summer.  You won't regret the pre-planning!

  • Don't think you can afford college? Read this article about why you shouldn't assume you cannot afford to send your student to college. 

  • PSAT/NMSQT Scores: All PSAT/NMSQT scores should be released to your student's account around December 6 or 7.  Your student will receive a paper copy at school next week, but if you are wanting the digital version, be sure to create or verify your CollegeBoard account.

Class of 2024

  • Community involvement: Now is the time to get involved!  Find a spot to volunteer and start being consistent with your volunteer time.  Don't forget to document your hours in the high school office!  You won't regret spending the time in your community as well as building your resume for college.

  • PSAT/NMSQT Scores: All PSAT/NMSQT scores should be released to your student's account around December 6 or 7.  Your student will receive a paper copy at school next week, but if you are wanting the digital version, be sure to create or verify your CollegeBoard account.

Class of 2025

  • Community involvement: Now is the time to get involved!  Find a spot to volunteer and start being consistent with your volunteer time.  Don't forget to document your hours in the high school office!  You won't regret spending the time in your community as well as building your resume for college.

  • Keep Your Grades Up!  If you are planning to attend college in the future, don't let your grades start slipping now!  Remember, everything that you do now counts towards your future college admissions, so make sure to keep up on your classwork.

  • PSAT 8/9 Scores: All PSAT 8/9 scores should be released to your student's account around December 6 or 7.  Your student will receive a paper copy at school next week, but if you are wanting the digital version, be sure to create or verify your CollegeBoard account.
  • College Bound Scholarship - Do you know anyone with a student in 7th, 8th, or 9th grade?  Encourage them to look into the CollegeBound Scholarship to see if they meet income requirements and sign up! For more information, click here.

  • An Honors Scholarship with a travel opportunity!  Providence Christian College in Pasadena, CA has a fantastic opportunity for students with a 3.5 GPA and a 1200+ on the SAT.  Get a 75% off tuition scholarship for being part of the program PLUS a Capstone trip at the end of the program which is paid for by your regular college tuition.  Learn more on their Witherspoon Scholarship website.

  • We need you in the trade!  Read this great article about how your career in a trade is not only helpful to your future but to the city, state, and county you are part of as well.

  • Interested in the Culinary Trades? Christian Culinary Academy is a 1-year licensed culinary career college in Cannon Beach, OR. They provide small class sizes at a 12:1 student/teacher ratio. They have dormitories, great industry placement opportunities, and partial scholarships available for students. CCA is currently enrolling for Fall 2022 and Fall 2023.  To get a catalog and get in touch with the school, click here
  • FREE MONEY!  Don't miss out - we are smack dab in the middle of scholarship season and you'll miss out if you don't apply!  Upcoming scholarships are currently located on our website.  Make sure to check back often as they are updated as they are received.

Volunteer Opportunity!

The Job Carr Cabin Museum here in Tacoma has multiple ways that high school students can volunteer at the museum-either with the general public or behind the scenes, and not only is it a great opportunity for them to serve your community, but to also learn about the history Tacoma and the region in the process!

If you are interested, please contact Kristin Luippold at 253-627-5405 or kluippold@jobcarrmuseum.org. 

NCAA College-Bound Athletes

The 2021-2022 NCAA Guide for the College-Bound Athlete was recently released.  If you have a student interested in playing a sport in college, please make sure to take a look at all of this important information.  See Mrs. Reinmuth with questions.
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