STUDENT RESOURCES

SELF HELP

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HOW DO I FIND AND APPLY FOR A COLLEGE SCHOLARSHIP?

SCHOLARSHIP INFO

TO  DISCOVER AND APPLY FOR LOCAL SCHOLARSHIPS CLICK HERE!

TO SEARCH AND APPLY FOR NATIONAL SCHOLARSHIPS CLICK HERE!

EMPLOYMENT DOCS

RESUME, COVER LETTER, AND APPLICATION SAMPLES BELOW
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WHAT IS FINANCIAL AID AND HOW DO I APPLY FOR IT?

CLICK HERE FOR THE FINANCIAL AID POWER-POINT!

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HOW DO I READ MY TRANSCRIPTS?

CLICK HERE TO LEARN HOW TO READ YOUR TRANSCRIPTS!

TIP: In order to create your own resume, click on the link, then click file, "Make a Copy", give it a name and save it to your Google drive! You can now edit your copy.

WorkSource Info!

SAT/ACT

Not sure what career paths to explore? WorkSourceWA serving Cowlitz County offers a range of career exploration tools, employment listings, information on hiring trends, workshops, and a variety of other services at no cost. Check out the WorkSourceWA website for more information

WUE Information

WUE or the Western Undergraduate Exchange Program is a waiver that allows students throughout the western United States, the Pacific Island US Territories and free-standing states to enroll at a reduced tuition rate while seeking their first undergraduate degree. Click to the right to learn more and to see a list of participating schools!

ALTERNATE ROUTES

MILITARY INFORMATION

APPRENTICESHIP & TRADES INFORMATION

To view more information on alternate pathways and post-secondary plans involving the trades, please visit the KHS CTE website. Click on the title below.

OTHER OPPORTUNITIES

REED COLLEGE - JUNIOR SCHOLARS PROGRAM

Every year, Reed College seeks a class of intelligent, curious, community-minded students to join their distinctive liberal arts college in Portland, Oregon. Student who apply for the the Junior Scholars Program are juniors in high school (class of 2020), live in the United States, and are from a historically underrepresented racial or ethnic background. 


The Junior Scholars Program welcomes highly qualified students to:

  • stay on campus in a residence hall

  • visit classes in any of our majors and programs; attend a Reed information session and tour 

  • engage with faculty, staff, and current Reed students.

 

The Junior Scholars Program is all-expenses-paid, including travel. Students admitted to the program are able to visit between February 11 and March 21.

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The application is live on their website and is due January 25. 

*If you have difficulty accessing content on this site, please contact Nicole Johnson.