Counseling Center


Important Information for Class of 2023

Below please find important information for the rest of the school year:

Important Dates

Spring Spirit Week5/15 – 5/19/2023
Senior Decision Day Assembly5/23/2023
School-wide Career Fair5/24/2023
Senior Prom6/2/2023
Senior Late Work Due6/5/2023
College Readiness Academy @ South Seattle College & Seattle Central College6/8/2023
IB Film Festival6/9/2023
Senior Finals6/12 – 6/14/2023
Viking Day6/16/2023
Senior Send-off Assembly6/16/2023
Senior Checkout6/20 – 6/21/2023
Senior Field Day6/22/2023
Senior Breakfast6/27/2023
Mandatory Graduation Rehearsal, 10 AM, in the Gym*6/27/2023
GRADUATION, 8:00 PM @ Memorial Stadium!6/28/2023
* Graduation rehearsal is mandatory for all Seniors who want to walk at graduation

Cap and Gown Orders

If you haven’t ordered your cap and gown yet, please do so at as soon as possible! Please contact Ms. Dugas in the Activity Center if you need financial assistance.

Do you have fines to pay?

SchoolPay is a safe and quick way to review and pay all of your student’s fees or fines from the comfort of your own home or mobile device. You can pay with your credit/debit card. 

Making a payment using SchoolPay:

  1. Go to the school portal for parents, The Source and log in with your email address and password.
  2. Click on the SchoolPay tab in the left hand column.
  3. When you click the SchoolPay tab:
    • Your account will be created automatically and you will be taken into the SchoolPay Payment Center.
    • You will also receive an email from SchoolPay with login credentials that provide you the option to log in directly from 
  4. Once you arrive at the Payment Center, you can make payment immediately. There is no activation required. Your students will already be connected to your account. 
  5. You can continue to log in through the Source, or access the Payment Center through SchoolPay using the credentials provided in the welcome email.

Save Important School Files

You should plan to move important school files (from your school OneDrive, etc.) to a personal account you’ll be able to access after your school account is disabled:

  1. This first step is optional but recommended – we suggest that you first download your docs to a USB (thumb) drive. If you need a USB drive, Ms. Sarah has a limited number in the library – first come, first served!
  2. Then upload your files off the thumb drive to your Google account (Google Drive). While it’s true that you could direct-upload to a Google Drive from OneDrive, you should only do it while within a district wi-fi so the upload is not interrupted by possible unstable wireless elsewhere, especially if you have a lot of large files you want to move. (Also, a USB drive will serve as extra backup in case something happens to your Google account.)
  3. You should complete this move before you turn in your school laptop.

As always, don’t hesitate to contact your teacher or  Ms. Moges if you have any questions.

International Baccalaureate Scores

IB scores will be released in early July.  Students can log in using the same Personal Code and PIN provided to upload their work.  If students received college credit, a 4 or higher, they can send their IB transcript from this site as well.