• Information for Current Juniors (Class of 2021):

    Please read through our Timberline Post-High School Handbook. This handbook provides great information about all post-high school options including Military careers, Apprenticeships, Technical Colleges, Community Colleges, and Universities. In regard to college admissions deadlines, keep in mind the dates are for this school year’s seniors so you can assume most of the deadlines will be very close to these dates for the school year 2020-2021 but are not official until colleges release their updates.

    For updated SAT dates and information, check out our Testing and Assessment page too.


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    Students and parents should contact a counselor if they have questions about transitions between schools, registration, course selection, interpretation and use of test results, or graduation requirements. High School counselors assist students with academic, vocational, college, and personal questions. Parents may contact a counselor to facilitate teacher meetings, discuss their students' current scheduling, or post high school planning. Students and parents are strongly encouraged to make an appointment with a counselor or our career technician.



    Timberline High School's counseling and career center offers a wide variety of services and resources:

    • Visiting middle schools during the prior school year to provide a smooth transition from middle to high school.
    • Assist students in planning, selecting and successfully completing high school courses that prepare them for their post-high school plan.
    • Teaching students about the intricacies of college admission, how to develop and sustain study habits and develop personal/social support systems.
    • Host parent nights providing information on course selection/registration, financial aid, college admission, and other topics.
    • Work with students, parents and families on addressing personal problems that are interfering with student success.
    • Facilitates outreach with community mental health support agencies.


    The Career Center Specialist helps students
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    • Develop an awareness of self (interests, aptitudes).
    • Explore a wide variety of careers (job shadows, speakers, field trips).
    • Examine the educational requirements for their chosen career.
    • Develop job-seeking skills.
    • Learn about job openings and volunteer opportunities in the community.
    • Provide access and assistance with WOIS (Washington Occupational Information System). WOIS is a complete system of information about occupations, educational training programs, and post secondary schools.
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