- Renee McGuire : Secretary & Registrar
- Stefa Chow (A-Cl & Futures School)
- Annie Zhou (Co-Jo)
- Michelle Bainter (Ju-N)
- Christina Hunsberger (O-Su & 9th grade students with an IEP)
- Ines Bergman (Sv-Z & Spanish/Portuguese speaking families)
- Margaret Campbell (Special Projects)
- Keenyn Odom: School Psychologist
- Leann Johnson: Data Processor
For Parents: Introduction to using PowerSchool/Haiku
If you're a parent who is new to PowerSchool/Haiku, use the link above to find more information.
Welcome to the Jim Biggerstaff Counseling Center!
Counseling Office: 425.936.1680
Please note: JHS does not take responsibility for the contents of any of the websites linked from this site. Please use caution when leaving this site.
Current Students: Transcript request forms are available in the JHS counseling office, or you may download and print your own (link below). Please allow 2-3 school days for processing. An email notice will be sent to your school account when your transcripts are ready to be picked up. You mail the transcript to the college,university, institution, etc.
Former Students: Transcript requests must be made in writing. Transcripts may only be requested by the person whose name is on the transcript once a student is 18 or over. A one-time, $5 processing fee is charged for transcripts from the class of 1971-2007. Requests for the class of 2008-present may be faxed (425.820.2412) or emailed to email@example.com. Once the request is received, allow two (2) business days for processing.
Education Verification: We do not have copies of diplomas. A transcript is verification of graduation from JHS.
Please print off an enrollment packet by clicking the appropriate link below. Enrollment packets can also be picked up in the counseling office during the school year between, 7 a.m. – 3 p.m. Monday thru Friday.
During the summer, when JHS is closed, you can begin the
registration process at the Lake Washington School District Resource Center, 16250 NE 74th St, Redmond, Washington.
Descriptions of courses offered at JHS