Welcome to the Career Center

NEW UPDATE: The Pacific Northwest Association for College Admission Counseling invites you to plan your future. Students and parents are invited to attend the 2014 Spring College Fair in Seattle on April 26th, from 12:30 PM to 3:00 PM at Seattle University. Over 100 colleges will be represented. To pre-register to attend to go, please go to www.gotocollegefairs.com for a bar code to use while at the fair. For more information visit www.PNACAC.org.

We can help!
Have questions about post-secondary education after high school? Come to the career center and find loads of helpful information to help direct you in the right direction.
Thinking about applying for a post-secondary opportunity? Below are some helpful tips.
Application Procedures
An overview of the procedures/steps students and parents must take to apply to various types of schools.
Current Post-Secondary Information . . Go Online.

WOIS-Great site for any of your career or college questions. Use WOIS/The Career Information System to explore careers, create goals for your future, make educational plans to reach your goals, and find the training programs and the right schools to help you achieve your dreams. If you are interested in using this site, see Ms. LaFortune in the Career Center for the site key.

College Board Online
The College Board is a resource for contributions to students and parents planning for higher education. This page has numerous valuable resources.

Interested in attending college after high school?
College Visitation Schedule
Check back here often for an updated list of colleges/universities that are coming to LSHS campus. If there is a particular school that you are interested in, please stop by the career center and sign-up for the session with Ms. LaFortune BEFORE missing classes, if you would like your absence to be a school-related absence.

Just For Students . . .

College Bound Student Resources
A list of usefull links for college bound students. Has information about tests, the military, financial aid, and more!

Just For Parents . . .

Technology Training Available To Entire Community. 
The district has subscribed to Atomic Learning, which provides thousands of short (generally 1 - 2 minute) videos that teach you how to use hundred of educational software tools. This service is free for parents (students will be receiving log in information at school, as appropriate). To get started, follow the simple steps below:

How To Log In: