Juniors (Class of 2022)

Junior Meeting Presentation

Juniors! Senior year is coming up fast and it is time to start thinking about your post-high school plans for after graduation! Our College and Career Specialist, Ms. Henderson, and School Counselors, Dawn LaMance and Kelsey Cummings, have put together a Junior Post-High School Planning presentation just for you! We share information on all types of opportunities to prepare you for senior year and life after high school, including apprenticeships, career schools, military, gap year, direct to work, college, and more!

All 11th grade students should have received an email this week with links to the presentation (below) and Q&A form.  Links to more information can be found to the right and below.

Please check out the presentation and learn more about the many opportunities available.


Questions?  Please email Ms. Henderson to schedule a student or student/parent appointment.

Junior Post High School Planning (via Stream | Student Login Required)

Junior Post High School Planning (via YouTube | For Parents)

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We’ve put together some of our best post-high school resources in a new LWHS Post-High School Junior Guidebook.

It's packed with resources, tips and links for a variety of post high school options, college planning to do’s, money matters, timelines and more.

Helpful Resource Links to Explore

Applying to College - Tips and resources to help you get organized and provide research tools to help you with your college list and application.
 
College & Career Center - Information on virtual college tours, community information sessions, internships, apprenticeships, employment and much more!
 
College & Career Center Calendar - Links to Live Wednesday events and more.
 
LWHS Junior Guidebook - Resources, tips and links for a variety of post-high school options
 
Map Your Career - An educational tool designed to illustrate the current and predicted labor market in Seattle-King County. These resources are grouped into industries—like “healthcare” or “manufacturing”—big parts of the economy, chosen based on their projected growth, job demand, and potential for career advancement.
 
For each industry, learn about current trends, sample wages, and career pathways. Use this information to add to your own feelings and intuition about your interests and passions, how you see your future, and what you hope to achieve throughout your career.
 
Scholarships - Need money? Find local, regional, and national scholarships as well as scholarship search engines.