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Whether you’re considering a four-year university, community college or military service, advance preparation ensures that you have the chance to explore all the opportunities available to you.​ is Tacoma's one-stop-shop to get you ready for life after high school.

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​Upcoming Events
The list below will show the 12 events that are closest to today's date.
After School, Before School, Both Lunches, 1st Lunch, 2nd Lunch, 1st Period, 2nd Period, 3rd Period, 4th Period, 5th Period, 6th Period
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SUBJECT: Register for The Big Virtual - College Admissions Fair - September 25th

Dear student,

On September 25th, Stadium High School is facilitating an online college fair called The Big Virtual - College Admissions Fair at the school. We’re expecting several hundred colleges to attend and strongly recommend you participate in the event. Chances are your dream school will be present at the fair.

At the virtual fair you will interact with department heads of your favorite college using tools you’re familiar with such as live streaming, text, and video chat. You can learn the details and register for the event by visiting

Those registered for the event will be excused from class to participate as long as you have a signed Class Clearance form and will report to the Career Center at that time. You'll be provided with a computer, or you can use your mobile device to participate at the fair (bring your headphones). We also encourage that parents attend the event alongside you to help in asking questions. We will have staff available during the fair to help you regarding signing in to and navigating the event in addition to the live chat help you can receive once online.

Students are welcome to visit the Career Center at anytime during the day to participate in the virtual fair! Please bring headphones with you!

If you plan to attend, please register right away, and good luck in your college search!
Both Lunches

Suzy Prenovost
Hawai’i Pacific University
Associate Director of Admissions – Northern Region
Regionally based in Lake Tapps, WA
Cell/Text: 206-852-7438
Toll free: 1-866-393-3939
Fax: 1-808-544-1136
Evening (see description for info)
Career Center
Come to learn more about the FAFSA ( Free Application for Federal Student Aid) and WASFA ( form for students who are undocumented to recieve free State aid)

Event will be from 5:30pm-7:30pm.

Please check in with Miss Hart in the Career Center for more information.
Evening (see description for info)
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The QuestBridge National College Match is a college and scholarship application process that helps outstanding low-income high school seniors gain admission and full four-year scholarships to the nation's most selective colleges.

College Match Scholarships, which are provided by participating colleges, cover the full cost of tuition, room and board, are loan-free, and require no parental contribution. 

If you are a student who has achieved academic excellence in the face of economic challenges, we encourage you to apply. QuestBridge's college partners are committed to making college affordable for all students — regardless of financial background — and offer generous financial aid packages that cover 100% of demonstrated financial need.

Learn about more opportunities offered through the National College Match >>

Who Should Apply
Academically outstanding high school seniors
From families earning less than $65,000/year for a family of four
Learn more >>

How to Apply
Application opens in the summer (before senior year)
Research college partners
Submit free application and other materials in late September
Learn more >>
Both Lunches
 SSgt Griffen –  253-579-7667

SSgt Childs-  253-330-0644
Evening (see description for info)
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This is Vincent- admissions counselor at Pacific Northwest College of Art (PNCA) in Portland, Oregon.

PNCA is having an open house event on September 30, and I wanted to make sure to extend this invitation to your students!

It's a great opportunity to check out the college from every angle. The students will be able to get a feel for the campus and the community in person (highly recommended!), and they will be able to attend info sessions on the College Application Process and Financial Aid.
We are also offering free workshops in printmaking and WACOM 2D animation, as well as portfolio reviews!

If you feel some of your students might be interested, please pass along this invitation!

For more information and for students to RSVP, here is the event link:

Thank you!


Vincent M Aloia
Regional Admissions Counselor

office- 503.821.8972
cell- 971.276.3106
Evening (see description for info)
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YEA! is a 30-week program that guides middle and high school students through launching and running their own real businesses or social movements!

• TPS is in partnership with the Tacoma-Pierce Chamber for The Young Entrepreneurs Academy (YEA!)
• The application window has been extended to September 30, 2017.
• Tacoma has 8 seats reserved for this incredible program.
• Open to middle and high school students.
• Meeker MS student “Max” won the Young Entrepreneur of the Year Award for the United States in 2016!

YEA! is open to all students in grades 6-12. While in the Academy, students will receive all the necessary tools to launch their own real, legal businesses! This includes access to valuable experts like attorneys, accountants, business mentors and graphic designers; plus, an audience with investors for start-up cash.  Students will also have the opportunity to win college scholarships.

Lynnette Buffington
Vice-President, Investor Outreach and Operations
Tacoma-Pierce County Chamber
Phone:  253-682-1726

Gwen Kohl
Spaceworks Creative Enterprise Program Coordinator
YEA! Program Manager
Tacoma-Pierce County Chamber
P. 253.682.1740
Schedule a meeting with me. 

After School
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I have an exciting event here at PDZA coming up soon that I want to share with you.

We are proud to be the hosts of the 3rd Annual Youth Ocean Conservation Summit Puget Sound on Saturday, October 7th! Together with teens from Seattle Aquarium our teens are working hard to plan this upcoming event. Students in grades 7-12 with an interest in conservation, environmental science, or marine science will learn from local experts and work with fellow youth to develop the skills necessary to plan and execute their own ocean conservation projects. After a day full of speakers, workshops, and project time, students will leave with an action plan to carry out their own conservation project in their community and the opportunity to apply for a grant of up to $200 to help fund the project. Check out for more information and to register!

Alexandra Nicely
Youth Volunteer Coordinator
1st Lunch
Career Center

Assistant Dean of Admissions
Office of Admissions
phone: (909) 621-8732
fax: (909) 621-8952
333 N. College Way
Claremont, CA 91711
Evening (see description for info)
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If you want an inside look into a highly selective admissions process, Who Gets In and Why is your chance.
Who Gets in and Why is the Tufts application workshop – an interactive experience that reveals the inner workings of our admissions office. We explain the factors considered in the admissions process, look at real applications, and let you act as a member of the admissions committee and vote on who should be accepted. While Tufts will serve as the case study, the lessons of Who Gets In and Why apply to any highly selective admissions process. The workshop will show how you can best distinguish yourself in college applications.
We have scheduled Who Gets In and Why near you:
Monday, October 16, 2017
7:00 PM
Seattle Marriott Redmond
Register for Who Gets In and Why and come ready to see behind the closed doors.
We hope to see you there!

Tufts Office of Undergraduate Admissions
Evening (see description for info)
We will have admissions Counselors and financial aid experts on hand to help you fill out your FAFSA or WASFA. In the Career Center we will have writing tutors to help with essay edits.

Natalie Hart, M.Ed.
College & Career Counselor

My previous profession was working for the University of Washington Tacoma as an Admissions Advisor and Recruiter. I have a lot of fresh and current knowledge on the college admissions process, and a lot of community connections to ensure that every student leaves Stadium with a plan of action for post-secondary success. 
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