College and Career InformationWashington College Admission Standards - Admission Standards - Guide to the college admission standards for the baccalaureate institutions in Washington (GPA requirement, testing information, and completing courses that meet the College Academic Distribution Requirements).Western Undergraduate Exchange - http://www.wiche.edu/wue - The WUE program allows Washington student to attend college in many other Western Region states (AK, AZ, CO, CA, HI, ID, MT, NV, NM, ND, OR, SD, UT, WY) at reduced tuition rates.Washington Career Bridge - http://www.careerbridge.wa.gov - Use Washington Career Bridge to explore careers, make educational plans, and find the right training program and school for you.Idaho Career Information System - https://portal.idcis.intocareers.org/ - Idaho CIS includes tools for self-assessments, exploration for occupations and colleges, and finanical aid and employment resources. Students are able to create a portfolio once they initially log on with the Aostin username and password. Contact the Counseling Office for the username and password.Next Steps Idaho - http://nextsteps.idaho.gov - Next Step offers step by step, grade by grade information to learn how to plan and prepare for life after high school. Explore Idaho colleges and universities and also receive information about paying for school, preparing for college and career, and much more.Ready, Set, Grad - http://www.readysetgrad.org - The WA Student Achievement Council's website hosts resources, applications, and information for students, families, and educators.Cappex - http://www.cappex.com - College search made simple. This site includes college videos, student reviews, detailed majors and admissions stats.Know How 2 Go - http://www.knowhow2go.com - Site that allows parents and students (middle school to high school) to explore planning and preparing for college.Next Step U - http://www.nextstepu.com - Great resource for high school students. This site offers scholarships, articles, a college match search and forum postings. You can also download a FREE app and receive the Next Step U magazine.College Athletic InformationNCAA - http://www.ncaa.org - If you are wanting to participate in college level athletics, you must register with the eligibility center. This site gives you information about the requirement for NCAA Division 1, 2, or 3.NAIA - http://www.naia.org - If you are wanting to participate in college level athletics, you must register with the eligibility center. This site gives you information about the requirement for NAIA Division.
Last Modified on October 19, 2020