Graduation Pathways

Below are ways for students to meet the Graduation Pathway. Reach out to your counselor if you have any questions.

*Note: Students who pursue these pathways (ASVAB or CTE) do not need to meet English and math requirements separately. English and math content are embedded in both pathways—and a student who meets either the ASVAB standard or the CTE pathway requirements has met the graduation pathway requirement.

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PSAT Day is October 11, 2023, for (all) 10th and (interested) 11th grade students. 

Questions?  Contact Josh Trimmell, Dean of Students.

Test Prep Resources

Admissions Testing

Basically, all Washington public baccalaureate institutions permanently test optional. Most private schools in Washington are now test-optional. That means students will not be penalized during the admissions process or student eligibility for institutionally supported scholarships, course placement, or admissions to Honors programs.

It is important that students check with their colleges of interest to find out their current testing policy.