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    SAT TEST RESULTS

    All Juniors who took the March School Day SAT (3/1) will receive their scores via email on Tuesday, March 28th. Students will need to log onto their College Board account or will need to create an account at www.collegeboard.org if they don’t already have one in order to view their scores. They should be sure to use their legal name as used on official school documents. Using a "nickname" or shortening their name will prevent them from viewing their scores.

    If students would like to learn more about how to understand their scores, get tips for preparing for the SAT or need assistance with their College Board account, they can come to the Ballard Counseling Center. BHS counselors are there to help.  Contact Kelly Flanagan, College Career Specialist at kkflanagan@seattleschools.org with any questions.

    Students can also use Khan Academy to link their SAT scores to free, online test preparation at the Official SAT Practice site at www.khanacademy.org/sat

    Please refer to the Assessments and Testing page for more information.


    Spring - SPS Junior Checklist

    Stay focused – Continue to do well in your courses. Junior year grades are the most important grades and colleges strongly consider your performance this year. Get any extra help that you might need in your courses, continue to talk with your mentors and your counselors, and remember your goal of going to college.


    Select Senior schedule - Make sure that you continue to challenge yourself and take the necessary academic courses.  Senior year is the last chance you have to meet college entrance requirements, so triple check that you will meet them. Remember that college entrance requirements do not necessarily correspond with high school graduation requirements. 

    AP Tests - Register to take any AP tests that you are preparing for during the school year. Talk with your high school counselor if you want more information about what tests are available and how to prepare.

    Scholarships – Start learning how to apply for college scholarships. Visit www.thewashboard.org, www.fastweb.com, and www.finaid.org. These sites will connect you with scholarships and help you pay for college. You can apply to scholarships any time in high school, but it is especially important during your junior and senior year.


    Helpful Handouts - to be posted soon!
    •  SPS Junior Year Checklist - College Preparation 
    • College Information Planning Packet for Juniors pdf icon

    • 1st Semester Deadlines 2017-18 pdf icon
    • 2nd Semester Deadlines 2017-18 pdf icon

    Service Learning Information

    The Service Learning graduation requirement is 60-hours. For more information and current service learning opportunities please visit BHS Service Learning.

    For current Event Date information please refer to the Ballard Website Calendar.