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    Nathan Hale High School College and Careers

    Greetings from your career department! By this time, our hope is that juniors, seniors and their families know what to expect and plan for regarding post high school.

    Senior Year Planning Presentation

    Community Partner - College Possible (CP)

    College Possible is a program for 11th and 12th graders at Nathan Hale High School.  CP believes all students, regardless of their background, can achieve a college degree.  For many, joining CP sparks a new conversation about their future - a future in where graduating from college becomes a reality.

    To find out more about College Possible, here is a link to a video from their national office:

    12th Grade: Caleb Tizon (he/him)

    11th Grade: Rachel Johnson (she/her)

    To best assist you, please complete their application:

    Located in the Nathan Hale Library, Monday - Thursday, 9 a.m. - 3:15 p.m.
    During Remote Learning while the building is closed, the best way to reach CP staff is by email.


    SPS Scholarship BulletinPDF

    Nathan Hale Scholarship BulletinPDF - updated 02/26/2020

    Additional Information and applications available in the Counseling Office.

    Links to other scholarship information:

    Careers & Employment

    Washington Occupational Information System - Password required


    Teen Workers
    (Hours of work, wages, breaks, youth job safety resources)

    Local Programs

    Washington Business Week
    (Connects teens to learning more about local businesses)

    Making Connections - U of W Women's Center
    (Program supporting underrepresented and first generation students through the college admissions process, offering workshops, mentoring, college visits etc.)

    Team Read
    (Mentoring program that helps struggling readers)

    DO-IT - Disabilities, Opportunities, Internet working and Technology
    (DO-IT serves to increase the participation of individuals with disabilities in challenging academic programs and careers)

    King County Washington's Youth Program Directory -
    The most comprehensive way to find engaging programs that support and enrich the lives of young people ages 5-young adult.

    Running Start Information

    College Admissions Testing



    Financial Aid

    FAFSA - Free application for federal student aid (FAFSA)

    WASFA - Eligibility for several Washington State financial aid programs has expanded to include students who are ineligible for federal financial aid due to immigration status.  Students who meet individual programs, income, or residency requirements for the State Need Grant, the College bound Scholarship, State Work Study, or Passport Scholarship should complete the free WASFA (Washington Application for State Financial Aid) to apply for state financial aid.

    Selective Service

    *Legally required for males, 18-25 years