April 2021Discover a welcoming and supportive college experience at Olympic College!Are you a high school student who is planning to go to college? Attend this virtual event to learn about the opportunities and people that will help you achieve your goals.
- Discover academic pathways to your career goals
- Ways to make college more affordable
- How to get started at Olympic College
- Find community through clubs, activities, employment, and more
You will have an opportunity to interact with our friendly faculty, staff, and students; ask questions; and envision yourself as part of our welcoming community. Your family is invited to join you for this 90-minute virtual event.
Event Details: Wednesday, April 14, 6:30 – 8 p.m.
This free event is for grades 9-12 and your families.
Find out more about this event, including videos and info about our programs:
*****March 2021Attention Juniors- Class of 2022:Counselors are visiting all of the junior history classes the week of March 15th to discuss registration for senior year. In addition, information on the college application process will be discussed. Counselors will be meeting with their juniors for an individualized meeting this spring to aide them in their planning for life after high school.**Slides presented to juniors with important links: hereAlso, College Board will be releasing PSAT-NMSQT scores the week of March 8th. Please be sure to check the email address you listed on your answer sheet for instructions on how to access your score. For students who already have a College Board account, you can log in to access your score report. Students who do not have a College Board account will need to create one by following the directions here. Please check out the following websites for more information. Questions? Contact your counselor! :)*****November 2020Parents of Seniors:If you missed the Financial Aid Workshop that took place on November 5th, 2020, below is the zoom recording of the meeting in addition to the slidedeck of information shared by Anna Fulford, who is our College Bound Regional Office contact. Information on FAFSA versus WAFSA and specific information on how to fill the forms out is detailed.Link to zoom meeting is here and the access passcode needed is: B*4i5SzOSlide deck is here*****September 2020SENIOR CONFERENCES!Because counselors couldn't meet with the juniors last spring to conference about post high school planning, we put together Screencastify presentations (sent to juniors and their parents through email last spring) that talks them through this slide show. This slide show includes many resources and links to guide students through the college application and planning process.Email your counselor for a Zoom appointment or phone call if you have further questions or need more guidance. Counselors will be in touch with seniors regarding assistance with the post high school planning, including the college application process.*****February 2020Attention students and families of sophomores and juniors: Last Spring, we hosted our first 'Beyond BHS' Event. Below are a few of the presentations given by BHS Counselors and community representatives. We hope the information is useful in helping to plan for life after high school!