High School & Beyond Plan (HSBP)

  • The High School & Beyond Plan (HSBP) is a requirement for graduation in the State of Washington and revolves around three questions: Who am I? What can I become? and How do I become that? The Plan helps students reflect on their future and get the most out of high school while creating their individual post-high school plan (called their Personalized Pathway). Those aspirations may include applications to four-year colleges or universities, two-year community or technical colleges, apprenticeship programs, industry-standard certificate programs, military training, or workforce training.

    Requirements:

    • Career goals, aided by multiple skills, interests, and preferences assessments
    • Educational goals
    • Four-year course-taking plan that fulfills state and local graduation requirements and aligns with the student’s Personalized Pathway
    • Completed résumé by the end of 12th grade
    • 10 hours of community service (for class of 2022); 20 hours of community service (class of 2023 and beyond)
    • If the student has not met the standard on state assessments, interventions, academic support courses, or both that enable the student to meet the graduation requirements are part of the student’s plan.

    Parents and guardians are encouraged to be a part of the process of developing and updating the plan. These conversations occur in the Student Led Conference every Spring. 

    Social Emotional Learning (SEL) Information:

    At Timberline, the Social Emotional Learning Curriculum we use in our Advisory program is called Character Strong.  This program is designed to build: Self-awareness, Self-management, Social Awareness, Relationship Skills and Responsible Decision-Making. We believe all of these elements are important for personal/social growth. The lessons delivered focus on these 8 essential character traits:

    *Patience
    *Kindness
    *Honesty
    *Respect
    *Selflessness
    *Forgiveness
    *Commitment
    *Humility

     

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Questions?

  • If you have further questions or would like more specific information, please feel free to contact Timberline's Advisory Program Coordinator, Matt Stevens (mstevens@nthurston.k12.wa.us). 

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Advisory Lessons

Student Led Conference Presentation Template - FOR STUDENTS

  • Students - Use these Digital Portfolio/Student-led Conference Slideshow Templates for your conference in March. Click on the appropriate grade level to make your own copy.