Counselor news

May 2020

Running Start Information for Bay Students

2020-05-04T11:55:39-07:00May 4th, 2020|Career Center News, Counselor news|

What is Running Start? The Running Start program allows high school juniors and seniors to earn college credit while completing their high school education--saving students money while advancing their education.  Students may take just one class per quarter, or take all of their courses on the Clark College campus, earning both high school and college [...]

Sep 2018


2018-09-27T13:03:41-07:00September 27th, 2018|Counselor news, Eagle news|

Seniors! Next week all about you and graduation and beyond! Career Center and Counselors Teaming up during your English and CWP classes with the following agenda for the week: Monday, October 1 High School & Beyond Plan ACT/SAT Tuesday, October 2 Graduation requirements College admission Wednesday, October 3 Financial Aid in all forms Start application [...]

Mar 2018

Forecasting for 2018-2019 School Year

2018-03-08T12:57:57-08:00March 5th, 2018|Counselor news|

Upcoming Forecasting Dates: Forecasting is coming soon.  Remember to bring fully charged iPads on your forecasting day.  Dates: Wednesday, March 21st@Gaiser and Disco Thursday, March 22nd@Disco Friday, March 23rd@Jason Lee Monday, March 26th@McLoughlin Tuesday, March 27th-Juniors Wednesday,March 28th-Sophomores Thursday, March 29th-Freshmen April 19th and 20th-Student Led Conference (Make-up Forecasting/Last chance to change schedule)

Jan 2018

Professional Technical Day 2018

2018-01-31T11:30:26-08:00January 31st, 2018|Counselor news|

The Professional Technical Day 2018 event is an opportunity to introduce high school students to the technical education options available at Clark College, including programs like Automotive Technology, Mechatronics, Computer Technology, Welding, the STEM fields, and more! Students will attend two hands-on workshops and gain college and career insight while working with Clark faculty and [...]

Jan 2018

Cougs Rise college prep program

2018-01-30T16:37:27-08:00January 30th, 2018|Counselor news|

Students at Hudson Bay High School may be eligible for a new program that provides valuable college preparation and mentoring. Cougs Rise is offered by Washington State University as a boost for low-income and students who would be first-generation college students. High school seniors who join Cougs Rise take part in programming proven to help [...]

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