Breaking Counseling Center News!
The UW Women’s Center SAT Prep Course at the University of Washington is again sponsoring two SAT Prep class series, each preparing for the May or June SAT. The next series is April 6, 13, 20 or May 4, 11, 18 from 5:30 to 8:30pm at Savery Hall Room 136. The cost is $150 (all materials are provided). Refer to this SAT Prep Flyer and contact the UW Women’s Center if you have any questions at all. Sign up at the below website address:
Visit the Course Registration and Enrollment
page for forms and information regarding Ballard course registration.
Visit the Assessments and Testing
page for important information on PSAT results, AP Exams, release date of SAT results and more.
Visit the Scholarships & College Info
for the latest scholarship and college visit updates.
Visit the Student/Parent Info
page for updates by grade level.
Looking for a summer job or after school job?
Check the Job Board
located outside the Counseling Center! Most opportunities have fast approaching deadlines or jobs that need to be filled as soon as possible.
Possible jobs include Seattle Sounders paid internships, Student Conservation Association, Teens in Public Service and a golf club! All opportunities are PAID.
More will be posted as we receive them. See Ms. Flanagan
with any questions.
Disclaimer: BHS only shares these postings and does not endorse any of these businesses.
About Us: The BHS Counseling Office is open from 8:15 a.m. - 3:45 p.m. The Ballard 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.
Counselor Information: 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.
Appointments: 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.
Fill out a pass from the stack next to the notebook & make sure to write down the appointment in your planner. On the correct date and time, show your pass to your teacher, go to the Counseling Center to meet with your counselor. Your counselor will sign your pass following your appointment so that you may return to class.
Running Start: Students interested in Running Start should schedule an appointment to meet with their Counselor and get their forms signed before enrolling in the Running Start program.
RepVisits | Ballard High School is happy to host non-profit colleges and universities on campus. Visits are administered via RepVisits.com. College Reps please schedule your college visit to our school using this program. Parking is available in the visitor lot at the front of school, on 65th street. Once you arrive, check into the main office and you will be directed upstairs to the Counseling Center. Ask for Kelly Flanagan | Ballard HS College Career Specialist at email@example.com | 206-252-1012