High School & Beyond Plan: Eleventh Grade Checklist
Students, you are in the final stretch of high school, stay focused on your goals. The High School and Beyond Plan (HSBP) is a Washington State graduation requirement that can help you get the most out of high school, so you graduate confident and ready for your next step.
You have been working on your HSBP for a while, this is an important year to start putting your plans into action by exploring your interests and applying for scholarships. The checklist is designed to help you stay on track and achieve your goals.
Remember, this is your plan, but the staff at your school are ready to support and guide you along the way. If you are feeling behind, confused, or stressed, please reach out to your school advisor or counselor.
Grade 11: Required
Grade 11: Recommended
- College Bound Scholarship
- Take the PSAT for free
- View your PSAT/SAT scores
- Explore scholarship opportunities
- Find out about entry requirements/application deadlines for post-secondary pathways
- Take the SAT for free
- Begin working on college applications
- Gather documents for financial aid
- Review admission requirements for GAP/Admission Partner schools
- Do an activity over summer
- Set up tours and appointments at post-secondary institutions
- Attend college and career fairs
Where can I find my HSBP?
The High School and Beyond Plan (HSBP) is located in Schoology. Students you will create an HSBP Portfolio to store the required documents and share your advisor or counselor.
- Sign into your Schoology account.
- Select your Profile (upper right, click on your name)
- Select Portfolios (upper left, under your profile image)
- Add New Portfolio (upper middle, +New Portfolio)
- Title your Portfolio First and Last Name HSBP, which saves automatically (example: John Smith HSBP)
After each assignment, upload completed documents into your HSBP Portfolio. Make sure to share your high school and beyond portfolio with your advisor or counselor.
Tacoma Online Students: You will use Edgenuity for your HSBP. Please contact your teacher for more information.