Counseling Center

Mission & Vision

Our role is to support students’ academic success by helping to remove social, emotional and academic barriers. We do this by working collaboratively with families, school staff and community organizations.

  • Individual work with students & families
  • Advisory lessons and resources for advisors
  • Parent nights
  • Professional development around bullying, suicide, college requirements, etc.

Resources & Forms

Credit Requirements Check

Do you have the credits you'll need to graduate from High School?  Are you taking courses to prepare for college admission?  Use these forms to find out!

Class of 2019 and 2020 Credit Check

Class of 2021 and Beyond Credit Check

Middle School Credits

Use this form to apply credits earned in middle school to your high school transcript.  Remember that these grades will affect your high school GPA.

Middle School Credits to Transcript

Directed Athletics

Students may use this process to request .5 PE credit per full season of a sport in which the student maintains eligibilty and participates all season.  Students must begin this process at the start of the season for which they intend to earn credit.

PE Credit through Directed Athletics

Washington State History

Washington State History is a graduation requirement.  If you didn't take Washington State History in Middle School, see your counselor for information on how to complete this online course.

Washington State History course on Canvas

Download Directions

Contact

Amanda Zuber
Counselor
9th-12th grade students with last Names A-E
206-631-6743

Owen Sallee
Counselor
9th-12th grade students with last Names F-Lo
206-631-6745 

Jennifer Brown
Counselor
9th-12th grade students with last Names Lp-Rh
206-631-6746 

Laura Weist
Counselor
9th-12th grade students with last Names Ri-Z 
206-631-6744

Tami Moorehead
Secretary
206-631-6718

Tammy Jagadics
Registrar
206-631-6717