Counseling

​If you are a senior who plans to attend a four-year college, it's time to register for the fall SAT. 

*FAFSA applications for financial aid for next fall open on October 1st.

SAT Registration dates 
ACT Registration dates

Graduation

  • Jostens (Announcements, Cap & Gown, Senior Supplies)
  • CSD Graduation Requirements
  • Entrance Requirements: 4 year Colleges
  • WOIS Tool

Testing

College and Career Resources

    Paying for College


College Bound Scholarships

What is the College Bound Scholarship? The College Bound Scholarship is an early commitment of state financial aid to eligible students who sign up in middle school and fulfill their Pledge. The Scholarship will combine with other state financial aid to cover the average cost of tuition, some fees, and provide a small allowance for books. The goal of the College Bound Scholarship program is to improve high school graduation and college enrollment rates for low-income students.

What is the Pledge? College Bound Students promise to: Graduate from a Washington state high school or home school program with a cumulative 2.0 GPA or higher. Be a good citizen and not be convicted of a felony. Apply for financial aid by completing the Free Application for Financial Aid (FAFSA) your senior year of high school.

What is the Deadline? Students must apply by June 30th of their 8th grade year.

Where Can You Use the Scholarship? At one of Washington’s 68 eligible institutions, including: Public Community & Technical Colleges, Public Four-Year Colleges & Universities, Independent Colleges & Universities, Private Career Colleges.

For more information see our Counselor, Helen Lastovica or visit www.collegebound.wa.gov .