College & Career Center

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Class of 2022 Destination Day

Congratulations Seniors!

Whether it's college, technical school, the military, an apprenticeship, a job, gap year or something else, Lake Washington’s Destination Day celebrates the many future directions of the Class of 2022.

Let us know what's next for you by completing this form and uploading a picture to be included in our Class of 2022 Destination Day video celebration. 

Questions? Please reach out to Mrs. Swanger in the College and Career center at

We can't wait to celebrate you!

Attn: Employers

If you have a job opportunity for our students, please complete our Job Posting Intake Form 

We cannot post in-home job opportunities. Thank you for understanding!

Post High School Planning

Start Here! Post-Secondary Planning Resources by Grade Level

Beyond four-year college, there are many options for continuing education and training after high school:


The College and Career Center is open for all students and their parents.  The Center provides many resources to meet the interests and needs of students, including career exploration, college planning, scholarships, college visits, volunteer/community service and employment.
OR - Stop by Room 180 (College & Career Center in the Commons)
College & Career Specialist


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Job Opportunities for High School Students

Volunteer & Mentoring Opportunities

Check out this great "Where to Care Guide" for Eastside students.  This includes many volunteer opportunities and ideas!

Still Deciding on College? Try a Virtual Campus Visit.

COVID has complicated the college visit process, but virtual visits are a safe alternative. Online tours and info sessions help bridge the gap when students can’t check out a campus in person.  

  • The Washington GEAR UP program has information about visiting campuses in person or virtually. There are several resources through the "Visit A Campus" link. 
  • GEAR UP also offers a series of virtual campus visits. These video presentations highlight colleges across the state, including a number of public and private four-year universities and two-year community and technical colleges.  
  • For schools with no virtual tours available, consider doing an online scavenger hunt. Use the form to research, compare choices, and find a good fit.