Senior Information

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Senior Information and Important Dates


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View any video/link you find applicable to your plans for after high school

  • 4-Year College Applications: Applying to colleges can be overwhelming and stressful, but this session will help ease the pressure for you. Learn about starting the application process, how to write a solid admissions essay, and how to make a decision once you receive an admissions letter. Presenter: Caitlin Gordon, Admissions Counselor, Saint Martin’s University
  • Apprenticeships - Earn While You Learn: Apprenticeships is a post-high school career pathway that includes a paid-work component and an educational or instructional component, where an individual can obtain workplace-relevant knowledge and skills. For information about Northwest Laborers Training click here. For local apprenticeship opportunities click here. For information on Washington Building Trades click here. For information on a Pre-Apprenticeship opportunity click here. Presenter: None
  • College and Career Readiness Center: Discover what CHS students have available to help them develop a career path, prepare for college and job applications, and how to find scholarships/financial aid to pay for post-high school training. For their website click here. Presenter: Taylor Dowers and Angel Elam, College and Career Readiness Center, Capital High School
  • Community and Technical Colleges: Whatever you're interested in doing — whether transferring to a university, training for a career or getting the basics — Washington state community and technical colleges have classes, programs and majors for you. Presenter: Erin Rust, Admission Specialist, South Puget Sound Community College
  • Financial Aid: Financial Aid is money to help pay for college or technical school. Find out how to start applying for Financial Aid using the Free Application for Federal Student Aid (FAFSA) and what you need to know about Financial Aid before attending post-secondary schools. Presenter: Financial Aid Office, Evergreen State College
  • Military: Interested in serving in one of our branches of the US Military? Explore the different branches and how to start the process of getting enlisted. Presenter: None
  • PSAT, SAT and ACT: Review PSAT results from January’s test and learn how to prepare for college placement tests like SAT and ACT. Presenter: Nicole Sande, CHS Counselor 
  • 4 Year College Academic Distribution Requirements (CADR):  Required high school courses to attend a 4-year college.
  • Capital High School Graduation Credit Requirements:  Credits required to graduate from CHS.