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    General Announcements:

     

    • Class of 2018:  It is time to have your 12th Grade Meeting! In this meeting we will verify that you have the courses that you need for graduation and a plan for the future.  We'll discuss the college application process and other post-graduation options.  Please bring a completed Letter of Recommendation Form to the meeting.  You can schedule your meeting by coming to the counseling office during non-class times and making appointment for a time that works best for you.  This is a very important meeting.  We look forward to it!
    • Class of 2017:  Your diploma will be available to be picked up during non-school times starting on the 1st of September in the Counseling Office.  You can also request Final High School Transcripts from the counseling secretary.
    • New Students for the 2017/2018 school year should contact the registrar, Ms. Chow at mlchow@seattleschools.org.  See Course Registration page for additional information and for information regarding the 2017/2018 school year registration process.
    • Class of 2018:  It’s time for you to schedule your 12th Grade Meeting! See the counseling secretary in the Counseling Office during non-class time to make your appointment. We'll talk graduation requirements and life beyond high school!
    • Online Credit Retrieval Courses:  Online class registration is now closed for 1st semester.  Please see Ms. Alston in January 2018 to register for 2nd semester online classes. See Ms. Alston in the counseling office to schedule an appointment to register for online classes during NON-CLASS times! Registration appointments are on a first come, first served basis, so get in early to reserve your spot.  Once they are gone, you will have to wait until the next available semester to sign up.  See the Course Registration Page for additional information.  Please contact Ms. Alston, the online Coordinator, at 206.252.2280 or at kalston@seattleschools.org.

    • PE Waivers: The deadline to submit a PE waiver for 1st semester of 2017-2018 is March 1st, 2018.  The deadline for 2nd semester 2017-18 PE waivers is October 1st, 2018. For 12th grade students, please submit your PE waiver prior to senior check out. The form is available here. You can drop off the completed forms to Ms. Lenora Lee in room 209 or in her mailbox in the main office.
    • Running Start Students: You must fill out and take the Running Start application to your Seattle Public Schools counselor prior to registering for and attending Running Start courses each quarter. See Running Start page for additional information.


    Class of 2018:

    • Schedule your 12th Grade Meeting in September, October or November!  See the counseling secretary in the Counseling Office starting the second week of school to make your appointment.  We'll check your graduation requirements, make sure you have the right courses and talk about life after high school! 
    •  FAFSA filing begins October 1st, 2017. Don't wait - gather your documents now and be ready to file! If you have questions, please see your counselor.
    • 12th graders need to complete the PE Competency Exam in order to meet that graduation requirement.  All 12th graders must complete this graduation requirement either by passing the Personal Fitness class or by taking the Competency Exam and earning 50% or higher. If you don't know your status, check with your counselor. Here is the link to a study guide for the exam.


    Class of 2019:

    • Schedule your 11th Grade Meeting in February, March and April! See the counseling secretary in the Counseling Office to make your appointment. We'll talk graduation requirements and life beyond high school!

    Class of 2020:

    • Schedule your 10th Grade Meeting in December, January and February! See the counseling secretary in the Counseling Office to make your appointment. We'll talk graduation and beyond!

    Class of 2021:​

    • Ms. Alston will be meeting with 9th grade LA classes in the fall to complete the High School and Beyond Plan and throughout the year, supporting them in their transition to high school.