HOURS OF OPERATION
07:30 AM - 03:30 PM
*WHEN SCHOOL IS IN SESSION
TO THE KELSO HIGH SCHOOL CAREER CENTER
Here you can find information on everything college and career related, as well as up-coming events happening in the Career Center.
Check out the video below of our Class of 2023 Seniors! This video was created by our Digital Media students who run Hilander Productions.
STAY ON TRACK!
Stay on track for graduation and set yourself up for success along the way! Click the button below to learn how to view detailed timelines!
Click the button above to view the Career Center Calendar of Events
Senior Wall of Fame
When you start receiving College or Post-Secondary Acceptance letters, please please let the Career Center know! We are creating posters, which will hang on our Post-Secondary Wall of Fame, for every senior that has chosen to continue their education after high school by enrolling in, and being accepted to, a post-secondary program including, college, university, military branch, tech school, trades program or apprenticeship! The posters will feature your picture, the school or program you will be attending in the fall, your major or area of study, and your post-secondary school logo. At the end of the year you will get to take your poster home with you for a small fee! Please click on the link below to tell us which school, program or military branch you've been accepted into and we will get your poster started! See Nicole Johnson in the Career Center for more information.
The ASVAB stands for the Armed Services Vocational Aptitude Battery. It is a FREE test typically used as a military entrance exam, however, it is also an excellent career exploration tool that any student can take advantage of. Anyone can take the ASVAB, regardless of their post-secondary goals. The Career Center offers the ASVAB for Juniors and Seniors three times a year, once each trimester. Sophomores are given the opportunity to take the ASVAB in Trimester 3 only. Click below to view or take a free practice test!
Community service is an icredibly valuable use of your time. Employers, colleges, universities, scholarship committees and more, want to see how you've given back to your community in a positive way! For a full list of volunteer opportunities in our area, click the button below!
Nicole Johnson will be holding individual post-secondary planning meetings for 11th and 12th grade students and parents on most Wednesdays between 1-3 pm. An appointment is required. To schedule a meeting please contact her at email@example.com.
THE FAFSA & WASFA
The WASFA (Washington Application for State Financial Aid) should be completed by seniors who have an undocumented status. Visit the Financial Aid tab at the top of this page to learn more about financial aid!