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High School College Visit Schedules: All college visits are in the career center of the library

 

 

Walla Walla High School Career Center

Karen Ruzicka

kruzicka@wwps.org

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Middle School and High School Resources

  • NACACNET.ORGNational Association for College Admission Counseling.
  • HEC Board Washington Higher Education Coordinating Board. Information on higher education throughout Washington State. Helping students plan and pay for college.
  • BIG FUTURE Find the right college, download great application tools, check-off list and organization tools for students and parents. 
  • Collegeboard.org promotes excellence and equity in education through programs for K–12 and higher education institutions, and by providing students a path to college opportunities, including financial support and scholarships.
  • Whitehouse College Scorecard: Help make decision on what school fits your family best. Colleges across the country are rated on graduation rates, cost, future employements, and loan payback percentages. 
  • Thewashboard.org smarter scholarship matching service. Create a unique profile and view scholarship matches based on your specific talents and resources.
  • DACA and Dream Act Information
  • DACA and Dream Act Information in Spanish
  • Local Resource Hernandez Immigration Law
  • College Bound Scholarship; the College Bound Scholarship program encourages low-income, middle school students to choose a path that will lead to educational success after high school.

Walla Walla High School Career Center

Karen Ruzicka

kruzicka@wwps.org