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Counseling Center - 12th Grade

 

Graduation Requirements  

Graduation Requirements (Wa-Hi)

College Information:

If you plan to apply to a 4-year university, make sure you have signed up for the ACT or SAT by winter of your senior year. If you are on free/reduced lunch, please pick up a fee waiver in the counseling office.
http://www.actstudent.org/
https://sat.collegeboard.org/home

Financial Aid:

Counseling Center - 11th Grade

 The PSAT will be held on October 11th in the Wa-Hi auditorium. It is open to all sophomores and juniors and is the practice test for the SAT. The SAT is an entrance exam that is used by most colleges and universities to make admissions decisions. You can register for the PSAT in the ASB office. The test is $15. Information for the test day:
When: October 11th, check in between 715am-725am
Where: Wa-Hi Auditorium
Who: All sophomores and juniors interested in attending a university
How Long: The test should take approximately 3 hours; you will be excused from classes
Things to Bring: #2 pencil and a calculator
There are limited test spots, so don't procrastinate!

 

Graduation Requirements   

Graduation Requirements (Wa-Hi)


If you plan to apply to a 4-year university, make sure you have signed up for the ACT or SAT by winter of your senior year. If you are on free/reduced lunch, please pick up a fee waiver in the counseling office.
http://www.actstudent.org/
https://sat.collegeboard.org/home

College Search:

Financial Aid

Counseling Center - 10th Grade

The PSAT will be held on October 11th in the Wa-Hi auditorium. It is open to all sophomores and juniors and is the practice test for the SAT. The SAT is an entrance exam that is used by most colleges and universities to make admissions decisions. You can register for the PSAT in the ASB office. The test is $15. Information for the test day:
When: October 11th, check in between 715am-725am
Where: Wa-Hi Auditorium
Who: All sophomores and juniors interested in attending a university
How Long: The test should take approximately 3 hours; you will be excused from classes
Things to Bring: #2 pencil and a calculator
There are limited test spots, so don't procrastinate!



Graduation Requirements 

Graduation Requirements (Wa-Hi)

 

 

Guidance

WA-HI CTE - Career Information Center

Career Center located in the Wa-Hi Library.
The Career Center is here to help you:
● choose volunteer opportunities
● explore and plan for work, job training or college degrees
● create your personalized pathway in preparation for graduation
● get career information that fits you
● find scholarships

Contact Information: Ms. Claircy Clizer
cclizer@wwps.org /509-526-8680
Let’s Talk ! 
If I miss you, leave a note on the clipboard by my office door or e-mail me to set an appointment and I'll get back to you. Thanks! Claircy Clizer

Career Center Hours
Monday 11:30 – 3:30 p.m.
Tuesday 11:30 – 3:30 p.m.
Wednesday at SEATech Skills Center
Thursday 11:30 – 3:30 p.m.
Friday 12:30 – 3:30 p.m

Scholarship Information

Volunteer Opportunities

 Career Events and Job Postings

After High School Options, view here

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Do your best in your classes -  it's the best preparation to the next step!

 

 

Scholarships

Scholarship Announcements

Scholarship Listings (pdf) Click here

This web page will strive to stay up-to-date with scholarship information.  There will also be listings describing current scholarships on the board in the Wa-Hi Library foyer and the applications will be on file in the Career Information Center.  Choose the scholarships you want to know more about.  There is a brief description of each, the deadline for submission and a link to more information and the online application. 

First things first: FIRST - Take SAT or ACT if applying to 4 year school
SECOND - Apply to colleges and for their scholarships
THIRD - Apply for other scholarships (see information below)

The Career Information Center at Wa-Hi is the place to find out about financial aid for college.  Financial aid includes: grants, work study, loans, and scholarships.  We help students find money by assisting in web searches and applications.  One website available to Washington State students matches students to scholarships: www.TheWashboard.org. Check it out! www.youtube.com/user/thewashboardorg

Colleges/Programs that have scholarships will consider awarding their money to a student who has applied for admission and has been accepted. This money is then put in the student's account to use as needed for school fees.  Click on the link to scholarships when doing your online application and find out what you qualify for. The actual scholarship application may be part of your admissions application, or it may be an additional application. A scholarship application deadline may, in some cases, be before you know you have been accepted.

Merit-based scholarships are awarded for grades, test scores, special skills, activities, community service, physical attributes, talent, essays, and many other academic or personal qualities.  Even though merit-based awards are not based on need, they may require a submitted FAFSA (explained in the next paragraph).

Need-based scholarships are based mostly on your financial needs.  Other factors may be considered such as GPA, volunteering, essays, etc.  These awards will require a submitted FAFSA (Free Application for Federal Student Aid). This form opens October 1 each year for high school seniors at www.fafsa.gov

For further information or help, contact the Wa-Hi Career Information Center at 509-526-8680.

Beca

Este sitio de Internet luchara para mantenerse al tanto de información sobre becas. También habrá listas describiendo becas recientes en la tabla de información que está en el pasillo de la biblioteca y las aplicaciones estarán en el Centro de Carreras.

Lo primero es lo primero:  
PRIMERO- toma el SAT o el ACT si vas a aplicar a una escuela de 4 años.
SEGUNDO- Aplica a los colegios y por sus becas.
TERCERO- Aplica por otras becas (mira abajo)

El Centro de Carreras en la escuela de Wa-Hi es el lugar para encontrar información sobre ayuda financiera para el colegio. Ayuda financiera incluye: dinero gratis, dinero por trabajar, prestamos y becas. Ayudamos a estudiantes a  conseguir dinero al ayudar en búsquedas de Internet y aplicaciones. Un sitio en el estado de Washington es un servicio que junta a estudiantes con becas: www.TheWashboard.org ¡mírenlo!

Colegios/Programas que tienen becas consideran darle su dinero a estudiantes que apliquen por admisión y que han sido aceptados. Este dinero es entonces puesto en la cuenta del estudiante para usar en sus costos del colegio. Haz clic en la conexión de becas cuando hagas tu aplicación por la red y enterate en lo que calificas. La aplicación de becas puede ser parte de tu aplicación de admisión, o puede ser una aplicación adicional.

Becas de Merito son dadas por altos grados, resultados de exámenes, habilidades especiales, actividades, servicio de comunidad, habilidades atléticas, talentos, composiciones, y muchas otras cualidades personales. Aunque becas de merito no son basadas por necesidad, pueden requerir una aplicación de FAFSA (explicada en el siguiente párrafo).

Becas basadas en Necesidad son basadas por la mayor parte en la necesidad financiera del estudiante. Otros factores pueden ser el GPA, trabajo voluntario, composiciones, etc. Estas becas requieren una aplicación de FAFSA (Aplicación Gratis de Ayuda Financiera Para estudiantes). Esta forma abierto para estudiantes en grado 12, Octubre 1 cada ano www.fafsa.gov 

Para más información o ayuda, comunícate El Centro de Carreras en Wa-Hi al o 509-526-8680.

Counseling Center

WWHS Counseling department designed to facilitate each student's educational, career, and social and personal development by implementing a comprehensive guidance and counseling program. This will be done through classroom presentations, individual counseling, and small group lessons.

Class of 2021
Key Steps to Making High School Count Presentation, view here.

Grade Level Information & Presentations

9th Grade

10th Grade

11th Grade

12th Grade


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Contacts

Click on names for contact details

SERVING ALPHABET: A-C
& AVID 11-12
Mrs. Lujan

SERVING ALPHABET: D-H
Nicole Hudson

SERVING ALPHABET: I-P
Mr. Iacolucci

SERVING ALPHABET: R-Z & AVID 9 -10
Alison Kimball

Walla Walla High School

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Walla Walla, WA 99362
Ph) 509-527-3020
Fx) 509-527-3034

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The Walla Walla School District does not discriminate on the basis of sex, race, creed, religion, color, national origin, age, honorably discharged veteran or military status, sexual orientation including gender expression or identity, the presence of any sensory, mental, or physical disability, or the use of a trained dog guide or service animal by a person with a disability in its programs and activities and provides equal access to the Boy Scouts and other designated youth groups. The Assistant Director of Human Resources, 364 South Park Street, Walla Walla, Washington 99362, (509) 527-3000, has been designated to handle questions and complaints of alleged discrimination.