High School and Beyond Plan

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To graduate from high school, the State of WA requires all students develop a High School and Beyond Plan that represents what students learned about their skills, interests and goals for post high school. The Olympia School District has partnered with Naviance to help students develop such a plan from middle school throughout high school.

 

Student Login to Naviance: Single Sign-in through OSD portal, OSD Google Drive 

More information here:  Naviance Webpage 

 

PARENTS:

Parents will be provided a registration code from the College and Career Readiness Specialist to view and track their student's plan, only "view not do".  This registration code will be provided to parents via email as these lessons are launched by grade level. If you need more information please contact the OHS College and Career Readiness Specialist

     

    High School & Beyond Plan Required for Graduation

    High School & Beyond Plan Completion through >>> NAVIANCE

    In order for seniors to “walk” at graduation and receive their diploma they must successfully complete their High School and Beyond Plan by March 1st. 

     

    Senior Exit Interviews will be held as the culminating completion project in March, April & May.  

     

    The finalization of each students' plans will be evaluated by the HSBP Coordinator & Counseling Team to determine if they meet the High School and Beyond Plan graduation requirements. Those who do not meet standard will be contacted to make adjustments until this standard is met.

     

    OHS Completion Requirements: 

    2021-2022 Completion By Grade

     

    Class of 2022

    Lessons through Senior Social Studies - or stop by the Career Center to obtain support!

    HSBP Must be completed by March 1, 2021

    LINK TO > Senior Check in Sept 2021

    Senior Presentation Sem1 Wrap Up

                Resume Information << link for templates, rubric & more

    February 23rd Resume Review Event - library 2:45-3:45

    March 4th Resume Review - Bear Time 

    March 9th Resume Review - Bear Time

     

    VIDEO of SENIOR EXIT INTERVIEW PROCESS 

     

    Class of 2023

    Lessons through Junior English  - 

    LINK TO > PSAT Promotion & Junior Check In 

    Fall/Winter Lesson

    Spring Lesson - uploading soon! 

    LINKS: 

    RESUME INFORMATION 

    Uploading your resume to Naviance Journal 

    Characteristics & Attributes

     

    Applying to a college - how to manage & request required materials

     

    Class of 2024

    Lessons through Sophomore World Studies 

    LINK TO > Fall Winter Lesson 

    LINK TO > Resume Lesson Part 1

    Resume Lesson Part 2

         Resume Information << link for templates, rubric & more

    Community Service Record 

     

    Class of 2025

    Lessons though Freshman PE/Health 

    Fall/Winter Lesson 

     

    Class of 2026

    Lessons provided to  8th grade Social Studies in Spring at the following OHS direct feeder schools:

    Lesson 1 

    Lesson 2 

    Counseling Survey 

     

    WMS - March 14th & 21st  

    RMS - March 17th & 24th

    ORLA - March 15th & 22nd

     

    See CHS information on JMS & MMS

     

    External Resources on Resumes & Cover Letters: 

    PARTS OF YOUR RESUME VIDEO
    RESUME CONTENT VIDEO
    FORMATTING YOUR RESUME VIDEO
    HOW TO WRITE A COVER LETTER VIDEO

    *if your student is not enrolled in a grade level course listed above please contact your counselor to be scheduled to attend these group presentations.

     

    Running Start, Freedom Farmers & NMSC students

    (Junior-Seniors) please contact your counselor to make sure you are enrolled or signed up for HSBP lesson dates. 

    *Students in Special Services program will be provided supplemental lessons through coordinating with student case manager.

    *Freedom Farmers have HSBP lesson visits throughout the school year. 

     

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    From the Office of Superintendent of Public Instruction

    Graduation Requirements 

     

    Complete a High School and Beyond Plan

    To graduate from high school, all students must develop a High School and Beyond Plan on how they will meet the high school graduation requirements and what they will do following high school. A student’s plan, which starts in middle school and is revised as he/she moves forward, should include the classes need to prepare for a postsecondary pathway, such as a two-year or four-year college, technical college, apprenticeship program, certificate program, the workforce or military training. (ESHB 2224)

    Required elements of the High School and Beyond Plan, at a minimum, are:

     

    • Begins in 7th or 8th grade,

    • Identification of career goals based on a career interest and skills inventory or assessment,

    • Identification of educational goals,

    • A four-year course plan that fulfills graduation requirements and aligns with career and educational goals,

    • And a resume or activity log by the end of twelfth grade that provides a written compilation of student’s education, any work experience, and any community service and how the school district has recognized the community service pursuant to RCW 28A.320.193.

     

    The High School & Beyond Plan must be updated to reflect high school assessment results in RCW 28A.655.070(3)(b) and to review transcripts, assess progress toward identified goals, and revised as necessary for changing interests, goals and needs. The plan must identify available interventions and academic support, courses, or both, that are designed for students who have not met the high school graduation standard, to enable them to meet the standard.

    A school district must update the High School and Beyond Plan for each student who has not earned a score of level 3 on the middle school mathematics assessment identified in RCW 28A.655.070 by ninth grade, to ensure that the student takes a mathematics course in both ninth and tenth grades. This course may include career and technical equivalencies in mathematics adapted pursuant to RCW 28A.230.097.

    A student’s Individual Education Plan (IEP) or 8th graders who need to complete a Student Learning Plan before high school, may use these plans to support but not replace their High School and Beyond Plan.

    School districts are encouraged to involve parents and guardians in the process of developing and updating the High School and Beyond Plan. (ESHB 2224[2017] and E2SSB 6552[2014])

    Questions about guidelines should be directed to the high school or school district office.

     

    Guidelines

    Each school district determines the guidelines to meet requirements for the High School and Beyond Plan.