Senior Final Transcripts & Rank 

* Prior to requesting transcripts, please note how EACH transcript must be sent
* Will you need to send this transcript through an online platform? 
example: Common App, SendEdu, Coalition, school specific application online. 
*If you are sending through an online platform, you MUST invite your counselor in order for this request to be uploaded online.   
Note: If you cannot invite your counselor through your application, your transcript will be MAILED US Postal. 

Students can obtain their rank in the Class of 2020 in the Career Center. 

Transcripts cost $5 for 10, we track your requests in the Career Center. 
Transcript requests may take up to 3-5 days to process, please request EARLY.  

Transcript Requests MUST be made in the Career Center. 

Step 1: Pay $5 at ASB for 10 transcripts
Step 2: Bring receipt to Career Center
Step 3: Attach your receipt to the transcript request 
Step 4: Submit your request

Senior Seminar Survey  LINK HERE - DEADLINE to complete 10/28

Please complete this start of the year survey so we can better provide post high school pathway opportunities for you during your Senior year. 



Class of 2020 

This is the place for senior students and their parents/guardians to find the information you'll need to get to Graduation Day.  

The Class of 2020 Senior Parent Night was held May 21, 2019 from 6-8 in the PAC at OHS.  Presentation information  

Class of 2020 Senior Night Resources - May 21, 2019 

6/5 Soon to be Seniors OPTIONAL Seminar - 4 year college planning example >>Materials HERE 

Senior Notes - The News You Need to Know!


Senior Notes is a monthly newsletter designed to provide information on opportunities for seniors. Most of the information will be geared to those who are planning further education after high school, and other news will be of importance to everyone. Senior Notes is published and emailed to senior students and parents/guardians about the 15th of each month. 

PAST ARCHIVED 2018-19 School Year:
Senior Notes for June 2019
Senior Notes for May 2019
Senior Notes for April 2019

Senior Notes for March 2019
Senior Notes for February 2019
Senior Notes for January 2019

Senior Notes for December 2018
Senior Notes for November 2018
Senior Notes for October 2018
Senior Notes for September 2018 


Senior Seminars & Senior Meetings 


Senior Seminar 1: Sept 26 Library Periods 1-6  (NO presentations 3rd period or 2nd lunch)
Link Here: Presentation Information

Oct 4th - SENIOR MEETING Bear Time A in Gym 
Things you missed: Jostens information distributed (check senior notes for details), discussion of senior dates & information, Kahoot by Senior Officers

Senior Seminar 2:     Dec 5th  - MONEY MONEY MONEY 
Scholarships, Financial Aid & the Costs of Living on Your Own -
Paying for post high school & beyond, the most time will be spent on applying for scholarships.

January 10th - SENIOR MEETING Bear Time A in Gym - Senior Activity!!

Senior Seminar 3:  Feb 6th Resume Review Event 

March 27th - SENIOR MEETING in the PAC both A&B

- Voting for T.O.Y., graduation details & senior activity! 

Senior Seminar 4:   April 23rd TBA


Senior Information Survey (link) 

complete if you'd like to receive notifications about specific pathways you may have an interest in pursuing & vote on the Seminar #4 Topic for April. 

Senior Reminders from Sept/Oct/Nov:  

  1. FAFSA – file NOW if you are seeking financial support for ANY accredited pathway you plan to pursue after graduation.  
  2. Remind 101 – 81010 @ge9ha8 for ALL Senior Class Information 
  3. Running Start Remind 101 Text 81010 @44293K for Running Start reminders
  4. Transcripts - $5 for up to 10 transcripts  (fine will be added to student's account if transcript is requested without paying fee)
  5. Recommendation Request Information - form here. Be sure to request before you invite. 
  6. If you have a choice, Common App is preferred over Coalition – invite your counselor & teachers!  

Are you requesting recommendations 2-3 weeks EARLY?  (do not include holidays)
Link:  Recommendation Request Question & Information Form 

Washington Public & Private Baccalaureate Colleges

Each of the 4-year colleges in Washington State has its own application available online at the school’s website. Some of the schools have scholarships for those who apply early. Give yourself the best chance for acceptance and apply now! Most all of the colleges require a personal statement as part of the application, yet review all requirements & submit only what is requested.  

Common Application 

The Common Application allows you to fill out one application and submit it to several different private colleges across the country. For the form and list of participating schools, go to

Click on the links below for the handouts that are helpful for Senior Year. 

Tips for Finding Your College Match

Three Steps to a Great College Essay

College Application Essay Writing: Common "Traps" to Avoid

College Application Checklist

Checklist for Applying to a 4-year College 


Important websites for Seniors and Parents: Go to “Counseling Center” for Senior Class info. and much more! Order SAT scores to be sent directly to colleges. Order ACT scores to be sent directly to colleges. The official website for filing FAFSA. College application, financial aid and scholarship info. for students and parents. Scholarship search website specifically for Washington students Community college search website ~ has links to 4-year college programs too! Order yearbooks, class rings and graduation announcements here. 

College Admissions Testing


Most colleges will accept either the SAT or the ACT tests for admission. Information, registration, and practice tests are available online at:



Pay attention to registration deadlines so you do not have to pay late fees. 
There will no longer be a standby option so get registered on time!  The school code for OHS is 480835.

College Admissions Interviews

Are you scheduled to interview with your college of interest?  Here are some links to documents you may want to review PRIOR to your interview.  If you would like to schedule an appointment PRIOR to your interviews to practice a MOCK INTERVIEW, contact Ms. Boelts in the Career Center & we are happy to help you through this process. 
Interview Tips & Questions  Advice for Acing the College Interview

Accuplacer/Compass Testing - 2 year schools 

Washington State 2-year Community Colleges also require testing prior to enrollment. There are different placement tests used by our Community Colleges, so check the school's website for more information. SPSCC uses the Accuplacer exams in Math and English to determine placement in college classes.

ASVAB Testing 

The Armed Services Vocational Aptitude Battery is the most widely used multiple-aptitude test battery in the world. As an aptitude test, the ASVAB measures your strengths, weaknesses, and potential for future success. The ASVAB also provides you with career information for various civilian and military occupations and is an indicator for success in future endeavors whether you choose to go to college, vocational school, or a military career.  ASVAB will be offered in the spring and fall.