College & Career Center
The College & Career Center (CCC) is a place where students may come to find out about college visits, scholarships, job openings, field trips, volunteer opportunities, or how to earn credit while working. We also have many resource books available for check-out. As we are constantly updating events, our Power School page has the latest information.
College Visit & Job Posting Requests
If you are a college or university representative and would like to schedule a visit to Juanita High School, please email firstname.lastname@example.org
If you are a local businesses with employment opportunities or internship opportunities for JHS students, or if you have an interest in being on a career panel, please email email@example.com
We have more than thirty college visits, both in state as well as out of state. A listing of these visits can be found on our Power School page as well in the Daily Bulletin. Visits are open to juniors as well as seniors and STUDENTS MUST SIGN UP IN ADVANCE in order to attend.
Each year we average well over $40,000 in scholarship awards offered through the CCC. Feel free to stop in and see Mr. Navalinski for more information on how to participate in the scholarship process.
- Career and technical education (CTE) dual credit classes are offered at many high schools and skills centers across the state in partnership with community and technical colleges. CTE dual credit classes are taught at the high school or skills center. The classes integrate academics with technical skills to help students prepare for advanced education and careers. Students earn high school and college credit for successfully completing the same class.
- Tech Prep classes available at Juanita are:Interior Design, Digital Design, American Sign Language, Yearbook, Marketing, Life & Finance, Architecture Design/CAD, Mechanical Engineering I & II, Biotechnology, Material Science, Photo, and Child Development. For more information, visit the Career Center or go to: https://www.ctesers.org/
Seven school districts, including LWSD, have formed a consortium to offer a variety of different professional/technical programs to high school students. Classes provide rigorous academic and industry standards preparing students for post-secondary education and successful entry into high-skill, high-demand careers and employment. Thirty-five classes are offered. Popular ones that our students attend are:Fire & EMS, Auto Tech (run like a real auto shop), Health Science Careers (students may earn a NAC, which is the first step towards a Nursing degree), Medical Careers, Dental Careers (set up like a dentist office), Teaching Academy, DigiPen AP Video Game Programming, Animation and Robotics. A new class is DigiPen Music Engineering & Sound Design. Students have hands on learning and use state of the art equipment. Students must be a junior or senior to take these classes. Visit the Career Center for a brochure, or go to http://wanic.lwsd.org/ for more information. Registration opens Feb. 1st.
WANIC Summer School
WANIC offers fun classes during the summer. Is your student missing a Health credit? Interested in Cyber Security? Has your student ever wanted to build a car stereo system (and get a discount on parts), learn about Medical Careers or Culinary Arts? Work with DNA and visit Fred Hutch? Are they into Animation, Robotics, or Video Game Programming? (DigiPen offers these same classes for over $1200.) All WANIC classes are $50.00, and assistance is available. Students earn .5 credits. Summer classes are open to 8-11th graders. Registration opens in April. Last year classes filled within fast, so register early. Check out the website for more details or to sign up: http://wanic.lwsd.org/.
Students who have completed or are currently enrolled in an Occupational Ed. Class (Engineering, Material Science, Digital Design, Architectural Design/CAD, Life & Finances, Foods, Yearbook, Photo, Interior Design, Sign Language, Marketing, Biotech, or Child Development), and has a job, can earn high school credit. Students can earn .5 credit with an A grade for every 180 hours worked during the school year. Students can earn up to 2 credits during high school, that’s a potential of four A’s towards their GPA. Please stop by the CCC to pick up a packet.
Extensive resources can be found on the Career Center PowerSchool Learning Page.
SAT and AP information & practice tests; college & scholarship search.
- College Navigator use these websites to find the right college, degree program and location for your post-high school education
- College Scorecard
- Military Guide if you are interested in the military, find out which branch is best for you!
- Net Price Calculator find out how much college is going to cost and resources that will help you get there.
- Virtual College Tours Want to take a virtual tour of a college campus?