Junior Planning

Junior Planning

Junior Presentation
✔  Information on planning for the rest of junior year, preparing for senior year, and beyond.

High School Planning

World Language Credit Options

Do you already know a language other than English?  Click here for information on how to earn World Language credit by exam.

Programs open to 11th & 12th Graders

JHS Course Catalog

General Resources for High School Planning


·         Check your graduation status in Skyward

·         Courses sequences and required courses by grade

·         JHS Graduation requirements

·         Course Selection & Planner Worksheet

Planning Handbook

Helpful post high school resources from the updated

Post high school planning handbook 2023-2024

** Follow the links from the Table of Contents for resources, tips, and links for a variety of post high school options, college planning tips, timelines and more. **

✔ Visit the JHS Counseling Applying to College page for info on Letters of Recommendation, requesting high school transcripts, registering for the ACT/SAT and more.

✔ Visit the College & Career Center page and Teams site for other resources that will be essential to planning for the next few years!
Frequently Asked Questions in Junior Meetings

Junior FAQs

Need Volunteer Work?

Click here for the City of Kirkland's Where to Care brochure, filled with tons of local organizations that are open to teen volunteers: where-to-care-guide-for-teen-volunteering.pdf (kirklandwa.gov)

Track your Extracurricular Activities here!

Colleges and scholarship organizations will want to see what you’ve been doing.