College and Career
Plan for your future.
We have Career and College Centers at Kamiakin, Kennewick and Southridge high schools, with specialists who are available to assist students in planning for their future.
Career Centers provide the following:
- Career information (including specific job and career occupations)
- College information
- Testing in interest areas
- SAT and ACT testing
- ASVB testing
- Scholarship information
- Financial aid information
- Job shadow information and opportunities
- Volunteering information and opportunities
Careers - Choose your path
Whether you're preparing for college, an apprenticeship, a career in the military or something else, visit with the counselors in your high school's Career Center to lay out a plan for your future.
Community & Technical Colleges
Occupational Outlook Handbook
Washington Career Bridge
Colleges - Pick your destination
If you're planning on attending college, be sure to check your preferred institutions' requirements and cost for attendance, as well as application deadlines. Try to have all of your applications done by December to expedite the admission process. This will also allow for more time to organize your financial aid plans and residence hall assignments. If possible, take the time to tour your preferred college campuses and find which college best fits your academic needs and personality.
WashBoard.org - Connects Washington students with scholarship opportunities. Registration required.
Kennewick Schools Foundation
The Kennewick Schools Foundation offers scholarships. Here are the 2022 scholarships available for Kamiakin, Kennewick and Southridge high school students: Kamiakin scholarships, Kennewick scholarships and Southridge scholarships.