Welcome to the Ballard Services Home Page
The Services provided at Ballard High School are listed below with a short description - please click on each title to go to that Ballard Webpage which will list additional important detailed information or select the links displayed on the left hand side of this webpage.
Attendance Secretary: Alice March | firstname.lastname@example.org
Please send an email or a written note to the Attendance Office with Attendance Information for Late Arrivals, Early Departures and Absences within 3 school days.
Important! Absences cannot be excused by phone.
For Pre-Arranged Absences, download, complete and turn in the Pre-Arranged Absence Form
Office Location: Upstairs Foyer | Phone: 206-252-1009 | Office Hours: 7:15 a.m. – 3:45 p.m.
Grayce Mitchell is our Service Learning Coordinator. She is on campus two-three days per week. She meets with every ninth grader in health class to help them find options that suit their interests, and she also meets with upperclassmen throughout the year. She also maintains a Service Learning bulletin board outside the Counseling Office where she posts opportunities for Service Learning.
Did you know that your son or daughter can get health care at the Ballard High School Teen Health Center? Students, did you know that you can come to the Teen Health Center to receive confidential mental health therapy before, during, and after school? Please come by the Teen Health Center or call 206-781-6400 or visit the Teen Health Center webpage to get more information.
The Teen Health Center is located in the Commons next to the Security Office, and is operated by Swedish Medical Center, with funding support from the City of Seattle's Families and Education Levy.
Annette Cologna, RN, is Ballard High School’s School Nurse. Her responsibility is to help BHS students get the appropriate treatment for their current health issues. She also assists students and staff regarding how a health condition can affect student learning. The School Nurse refers students to the Ballard Teen Health Center or outside providers as needed. Visit the School Nurse webpage for more information and to download forms.
The Ballard High School counselors work with students to help them develop strategies for success in academics, in social skills, and in considering their post-high school plans and career options. Counselors encourage students to become aware of their individual strengths, to develop methods for dealing with difficulties, to set goals, and to make good choices.
Students are assigned to counselors by the first letter of their last name. Counselors work with students to explain the credit system, help students select courses, monitor progress toward achieving graduation requirements, explore interests, and make plans for college application and career options. Counselors also help students deal with social and emotional issues. Visit the Counseling Center webpage for additional information.
To make an appointment with your counselor, go to the Counseling Center and sign up for an available date and time in the notebook on Ms. Bristol’s desk.
Visit the Student/Parent Info webpage for additional information on all Grades - Freshman, Sophomore, Junior, Senior as well as a Parent and a Prospective Student webpage.