WHS Senior Packet "LIVE" 

(links and downloads to assist you )

WHS Senior Packet Checklist

(PDF Checklist--Table of Contents)

College Bound Seniors and Juniors please view

"College Planning 101" PPt below:          "Options after High School" Keynote:

Senior College Night 2012                    Junior Information Night  (English)

Senior Planning 101-SP  (Spanish)           Junior Information Night (Spanish)

WVC Kevin Berg FAFSA presentation as presented on Dec. 11, 2012:

2013-2014 High School FAFSA Presentation- English

2013-2014 High School FAFSA Presentation-Spanish


*Is a Four Year College in Your future? 

Take 4-yr. college entrance exams:

ACTwww.actstudent.org  SATcollegeboard.com
*Practice/study materials available:
  • Career Center Library
  • WOIS-Test Prep-access info. in Career Center

*The Common Application

WHS has the capability to send electronic transcripts which enables students to complete the Common Application online.

Used by many private

colleges nationwide


*Is Community College in Your Future? Check out the opportunities through the State Board for Community and Technical Colleges= SBCTC ( The Field Guide offers information regarding each schoo.)


First step!!  Take the Compass Placement exam! Schedule the Compass test through Wenatchee Valley College

682-6830 or 6840
*Practice Compass Exams www.act.org  

*Complete WVC application process:

How to Get Started at Wenatchee Valley College  

Does Military Service Interest You? 

Visit with a recruiter and take the ASVAB.

See the Military Visit schedule below. 


1st Monday of each month 
Both Lunches
National Guard
3rd Tuesday of each month
Both Lunches
2nd Wednesday of each month
Both Lunches
1st Tuesday of each month
Both Lunches

Local Wenatchee Area Recruiting Office: 


230 Grant Rd. Ste. C-1A

East Wenatchee WA   98802

Army information at:


Go Army Reserves                   Go Army



Click links below for practice ASVAB tests:

  • ASVAB Practice Exam 
  • Alternative ASVAB Practice Exam
  • Selective Service System online resource www.sss.gov
  • Vision

    The Selective Service System will be an active partner in the national preparedness community that anticipates and responds to the changing needs of the Nation.


    The statutory missions of Selective Service are to be prepared to provide trained and untrained personnel to the DoD in the event of a national emergency and to be prepared to implement an Alternative Service Program for registrants classified as conscientious objectors.


If you are a man ages 18 through 25 and living in the U.S., then you must register with Selective Service. It’s the law. According to      law, a man must register with Selective Service within 30 days of his 18th birthday. Undocumented males and immigrant servicing groups, please take note of the instructions for you regarding the Selective Service. 

Click here to see the Upcoming Tests Calendar

**Fall 2013**

Check the Weekly Bulletin online, or "What's Happening" in the WHS Counseling website for school and student information. !

College Bound Seniors and Early Bird Juniors should currently --

*Complete scholarship applications -- seniors

*Complete items for scholarshipping to be ready for scholarships when they occur-

1) Personal Statement

2) Request of Recommendations and Activities Resume

3) Checking your college websites for Admission, Financial and Scholarships Deadlines

4) Creating a notebook for Admissions and Scholarship information

5) Narrow your college search by comparing schools (Lunch Bunches and WOIS)

*College planning for your future:  College Checklist (for each high school grade level)

*Helpful materials regarding the above topics available in the Career Center for you!


The $cholarship Process at WHS**

The Career Center is Your

$cholarship and College Information Station

 **To use the Money Book portion of the website:  

**1st--Read through each of the boxes as a preview. 2nd-- Click on

specific boxes by Title for information **






number 3

and How to Navigate it!

Lunch Bunch

Sessions (college) &

Getting Linked

(career focused)


Helping you decide what college/training is for YOU!







The difference?


(Cover Letters too!)


including WOIS , WUE and others!

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Career Clusters, Pathways, financial aid, college contacts, etc.


Free Application for Student Aid

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FAFSA Information Station