To learn more about the information and services we offer to make your student’s experience at WHS successful please explore this website, and the Washougal High School Counseling and Career Facebook page.
Ms. Melissa Walker, Counselor for students with the last names: (A – G) 954-3220
Ms. Linda Jones, Counselor for students with the last names: (H – O) 954-3113
Mr. Christina Mackey-Greene, Counselor for students with the last names: (P – Z) 954-3114
Mrs. Michele Mederos, Counselor for Freshaman Academy and Excelsior On-Track Programs: 954-3202
Mrs. Julie Scott, Psychologist 954-3127
Mrs. Debbie Curtin, Registrar 954-3105
Mrs. Deana DeGrande, Secretary 954-3126
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Washougal High School will be offering the PSAT/NMSTQ on Wednesday, October 10. The exam is FREE for interested sophomores and juniors. The important information is below:
What: PSAT/NMSQT (Preliminary SAT/National Merit Scholarship Qualifying Test)
When: Wednesday, Oct 10, 2018 @ 7:50am – 11:30am
Where: Small Gym
Who: All interested Sophomores (Class of 2021) & Juniors (Class of 2020)
How much: FREE to all WHS Students
How: Sign up in the Counseling Center and receive a free practice booklet
Why: See the important reasons below
See below for helpful information on understanding student’s PSAT scores and how students can use them to prepare for the SAT.
Visit collegeboard.com/psat fo
For official PSAT practice visit collegereadiness.college
College Board Account | The College Board is a mission-driven not-for-profit organization that connects students to college success and opportunity.
PSAT Score Report Video | Understand your scores and how to link your test results with free Khan Academy® practice tests tailored just for you to prepare for the SAT.
Minimum Graduation Requirements for Colleges/Universities
Washington Colleges & Institutions
SAT – ACT Dates 2018-19