College Resources

Required for SAT/ACT registration, college applications and FAFSA (Free Application for Federal Student Aid)

Applying for College

Common App

Your future starts here.  Explore nearly 900 colleges and universities using Common App. Whether you're applying to college for the first time or looking to complete your degree, Common App will help you reach new heights.



(Free Application for Federal Student Aid)

The new 2022–23 FAFSA form is here! Some states and schools have limited funds, so don’t delay! To begin your application, select the “START HERE” button on the FAFSA homepage or download the myStudentAid app for iOS and Android.


The WASFA is State Financial Aid for DREAMers. Eligibility for several Washington State financial aid programs has expanded to include students who are ineligible for federal financial aid due to immigration status Jun 28, 2016.



SATs - College Board

Mission-driven organization representing over 6000 of the world's leading colleges, schools, and other educational organizations.



Your ACT score is a key component of your college applications. The ACT is an entrance exam used by most colleges and universities to make admissions decisions.


Washington Student Achievement Council

About the Council

Established as a cabinet-level state agency on July 1, 2012, the Washington Student Achievement Council provides strategic planning, oversight, and advocacy to support increased student success and higher levels of educational attainment in Washington.


SAGE College Prep Services

Sage College Prep Services can help you get a higher score on the SAT and ACT!  Enroll now to prepare for the upcoming SAT and ACT Exams.  Sessions are classroom-style, with a maximum of 4 students per class.  Rise to the challenge!

Sage College Prep Services can also help families narrow down their list of prospective colleges by considering a number of key factors, including field of study, type of school, selectivity, location, housing, sports and activities, academic credit, financial factors, and support services. After an interview and a short questionnaire, we deliver a report with a list of recommended schools and a detailed description of each.


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Stephanie Schirm
Career Center Specialist
(509) 967-6596

Dana Stadelman
Career Center Assistant
(509) 967-6535 ext. 1695

Colleen Hall
Financial Aid Outreach Specialist