Counseling Center 

Counseling Department

Please contact your counselor for assistance 

Aaron Clifford | Counselor Students A-G + Sp-Z

P: (425) 844-4864

Dianna LaBate | Student Support Specialist

P: (425) 844-4810

Becca Chaffee | Counseling Secretary

P: (425) 844-4890

Margaret Russ | Counselor Students H - So

P: (425) 844-4880

Sharla Hall | Registrar, Transcripts

P: (425) 844-4808

Wendy Scott | College & Career Readiness Specialist

P: (425) 844-4896

Course Selections

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Review all materials carefully and select your classes knowing that they are either full-year or semester commitments. 

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Click on the link above to review the "Electives Master Schedule" for the 2022 to 2023 academic year.

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Work Site Credit

 Students are eligible to earn 0.5 credits for every 180 hours worked. Email Mr. Petersen for assistance. 

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Washington Network for Innovative Careers Skill Center offers tuition-free technical & professional training for high school juniors and seniors. 

 
 

Graduation Requirements

 

Each graduating class has a specific set of requirements issued through the State of Washington in order to be eligible to earn a high school diploma. OSPI (Office of Superintendent of Public Instruction) has made a Graduation Toolkit for each class to help navigate all of these various requirements. These toolkits can be found in the link listed above and include:

  • Key Testing Dates

  • State Testing Requirements

  • Minimum Credit Requirements

  • Graduation Alternatives 

SAT Test Dates 2022 -23

ACT Test Dates 2022 -23

Transcripts

If you would like a copy of your transcript you need to complete a Transcript Request Form and forward the completed for to Sharla Hall at hallsh@rsd407.org.  

 

Please allow up to 3 days for processing. The first six (6) transcripts are free of charge, and for every one requested after six an additional $4.00 is charged. 

 

**It is important to note that parents/guardians can NOT request transcripts for students once they have graduated. 

Xello

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Password:   Date of Birth (MMDDYYYY)  

Cedarcrest students will have the opportunity to earn 1.0 elective credit when they complete their High School and Beyond Plan in Xello (formerly Career Cruising). To be eligible to earn this credit students must meet the following requirements: 

  • The 1.0 credit is broken down into 0.25 credit per year, so if a student is only here 2 years, the most that could be earned would be 0.5 credit

  • This is a supplementary 1.0 elective credit, not to be used in place of taking a full load (6 credits) of classes per year. 

  • A completed High and Beyond Plan consists of writing post-high school goals (in the SMART format), a 4-year academic plan and 100% completion of assigned activities in Xello. 

  • The activities include: uploading a recommendation worksheet and an up to date resume.

Students will work on their post-high school plans and build their 4-year plan during their freshmen conference, and will have a chance to revisit and revise throughout high school. Credit will be awarded June 1st of the student's senior year.

 

It is important to note that the activities will be evaluated for quality and completeness prior to awarding of the credit. If you have any questions, please contact your counselor. 

Running Start

High school juniors and seniors have the opportunity to attend a community college and earn high school and college credit at the same time. The first step for a student to participate in the Running Start program is to contact any local community college, make an appointment to register, and take a placement examination. If students have taken and passed the placement examination, students then consult with their high school counselor to determine what college courses will fulfill their graduation requirements.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

A few things that students need to be aware of if they wish to participate in the Running Start program:

  • Students will need to complete a Running Start Verification form before every quarter in order to register for classes. 

  • Students must provide their own transportation to the community college 

  • If a student drops a college class they must officially drop the class through the community college

  • Students must remember that they will be enrolled in regular college classes with adult students where attendance will not be taken and the students are responsible for their own actions and participation

  • The Riverview School District will pay for tuition in the Running Start program. The student must pay for their books, lab fees, and other additional expenses. The Running Start program does not apply to summer quarters- only fall, winter, and spring quarters

  • Colleges and high schools operate on different schedules. The student will need to check each school's calendar for term and/or semester starting dates, ending dates, vacation dates, and rotating daily schedules 

  • If a student is taking classes at both Running Start and Cedarcrest High School, the student understands that all policies and procedures regarding attendance and grades for CHS courses will be applicable. Running Start classes DO NOT take precedence over CHS required and/or elective classes. When developing a schedule for dual enrollment, students must account for transportation time and early release schedules for both institutions 

  • A five (5) credit college course is equal to 1.0 high school credits. For further information on this program, please talk to your counselor. Students may only take a certain number of credits through Running Start/ Additional credit expenses must be covered by the student. Students are responsible for obtaining all information given during announcements and advisory period. Students can obtain this information on the CHS website.

Visit our College & Career Page for additional information about testing, High School & Beyond Plans, applying for colleges, scholarship assistance, and more!

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Friends of Youth Mission
"We partner with youth and families to provide the relationships, resources, and skills they need to attain personal growth and success."

Sources of Strength

Promotes connections between peers and caring adults & reminds students to turn to their strengths and supports that are all around. 

Empower Youth Network 

EYN's mission is to promote and inspire youth to lead safe, healthy, and successful lives. 

Students can meet onsite with a mentor. Please visit the Counseling Center for additional information.  

HopeLink

Hopelink assists the community by providing access to food banks, energy assistance, housing, family  development programs, transportation and more. 

Study Zone Plus

King County Public Library can connect you to virtual homework help, math assistance, and more! 

Log in today for homework help!

Google Scholar

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Khan Academy

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L.E.A.R.N.

This information will help you recognize when someone may be at risk for suicide and how to connect them with immediate help. LEARN is an acronym for five steps.

Lifeline

Lifeline's tool kit for coping with sorrow, loss and grief is a self help resource to help Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander people trying to cope with sorrow, loss & grief. 

Mental Health Support Options

If something is bothering you, a friend, or a member of your family, it is important to address it. Click on the link below for a list of confidential support lines. 

Fee Assistance

Individuals who are eligible for free and reduced lunch can request additional fee assistance by clicking "Read More" below. 

Servicios de Consejeria (virtual)

Los Servicios de Salud Mental de Sea Mar están disponibles para apoyar a los jóvenes y sus familias. Sea Mar provee servicios integrados de Tele-Salud a través de Zoom (visita virtual) o por teléfono. 

 

Nov. 29th ASVAB SIGN-UP IS LIVE!

The Armed Services Vocational Aptitude Battery Exam is available to any 10th-12th grader who wishes to participate. The ASVAB is facilitated by the US Military but there is no obligation to enlist following the exam. The ASVAB can provide useful insight for future career exploration. If you have questions, please read more about the ASVAB here