Meet the Counselors & Staff
Counselors are assigned by the first letter of the student's last name:
Additional Staff include:
Welcome to the Counseling & Career Center
Phone: (360) 412-4867 Fax: (360) 412-4879
Hours of Operation: 7:00 AM - 3:00 PM Monday - Friday
Counselor Availability: 7:00 am - 2:30 pm
Seniors - Complete the Letter of Recommendation Form if you are requesting a teacher recommendation
Seniors - Complete the Senior Survey
College and Career Center News
College Board Presents a COLLEGE FAIR!!!
College Board is hosting virtual events for high school students to connect directly with college admissions representatives and take action on the most important steps for college.
Who: This event is meant for high school sophomores and juniors, but younger and older students are welcome. We also encourage parents/guardians to join along with their students.
To Register go to: BigFuture Days
What to Expect
BigFuture Day events are four hours long. You can drop in and out of the event at the times that work for your schedule. The College Panels and College Planning sessions will be recorded for future viewing. You need to register in advance to attend the live events and access the recordings.
Here's an overview of the activities and sessions you can expect at each BigFuture Day event:
Visit College Booths
Connect directly with colleges you're interested in by using the chat feature to talk with admissions representatives.
Attend College Panels
Class of 2021: The 2020/2021 FAFSA Application will be available to fill out October 1, 2020
Parents/Guardians of every class of 2021 senior pursuing post secondary education after high school should complete the Free Application for Federal Student Aid (FAFSA) before June 30, 2021. Check with each college / university for their actual due date.
For Additional Information check out http://readysetgrad.org/educators/grad/cgw-students-families.
FAFSA on the Web - This is the electronic application for most federal student financial aid: grants, student employment, and loans.
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.