College & Career Resources

College & Career Resources

Whether you are bound for college, desire to explore a gap year, or want jump into a skilled career after graduation, our College and Career Resources help launch students into a program that is a perfect fit for their post-secondary dreams and passions.

Grade Level College & Career Planning


All forms and applications for 2020-21 Course Requests must be signed by a parent. The deadline for course requests is to be determined.

Please see the relevant resources and documents below for the grade your student will enter in Fall 2020.  Please contact their College & Career Counselor with any questions.






Because God’s gifting is unique, each student’s path will be different. The College and Career Center utilizes Naviance, the gold standard resource for college and career readiness. The tools within Naviance are used by our students to identify their strengths and areas of interest, linking these to potential future careers and post-secondary education planning.

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All students are provided a log-in to Naviance in middle school.  Parents are assigned a unique log-in.  Please contact your student’s counselor if you need your log-in information.

One way to help pay for college is to apply for scholarships. Besides scholarships offered through your college, there are local and national scholarships that you can research and apply for too. Most are for seniors, but keep your eye out for some available to other high school grades. Below is a list of scholarship search engines that can get you started.


Students have an advisory teacher who supports them in their spiritual growth and character development through discipleship time and in their academic growth through check and connect and office hours. Our Thursday Advisory time is utilized as a Check and Connect day.  This time is intended for the Advisory teacher to check in with each student around their academic progress.  Counselors also provide periodic lessons related to College and Career planning. These lessons are provided in the Warrior Weekly for parents to view.  We have also provided links to prior lessons below.

Lesson #1 Goal Setting

Lesson #2 Goal Follow-up

Lesson #3 College Fair 101

Lesson #4 Extracurricular Resume

Lesson #5 Progress Report Reflection

Lesson #7 Prep for Finals

Lesson #8 (Gr 7-10) Report Card Reflection

Lesson #8 (Gr 11-12) Scholarships

Lesson #9 (Gr 7-12)  Remote Learning Schedule & Tips

Click here for detailed information on Dual Credit.

Click here to request your Seattle Christian transcripts.

SAT registration, information and upcoming dates

ACT registration, information and upcoming dates

SCS High School/CEEB Code: 481155

(our 6-digit school code for college-related applications & testing)

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“I believe that students and teachers ultimately hold the same responsibility. Regardless of our capacity, we both teach, and we both learn. We're always students and in some way (whether we end up with a job in academia or not) we will all be teachers. If we all think this way, we can have a pretty cool collaboration."

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