The Woodburn School District provides a
world class education to 5,600+ students
in grades K-12 across four elementary,
two middle and five small high schools.
The College & Career Center (CCC) is a shared service for all small schools of the Woodburn High School campus (AIS, WAAST, WACA, WeBSS) and Success Alternative High School. The College & Career Center provides the following support and services/events:
Mr. Garza, the College and Career Counselor in the CCC is also the Woodburn H.S. ASPIRE Coordinator and coordinates the ECMC Scholars Program. Contact Mr. Garza at firstname.lastname@example.org
It’s A Plan app; the app helps seniors apply, pay and go to college in 10 key steps. Students can stay on track with our checklist and store the information they need, including a secure area for passwords and social security numbers.
Oregon Promise; free community college tuition!!!! In order for Woodburn High School to verify your GPA, you must apply to Oregon Promise by June 10th!!!
Upcoming Events at Woodburn High School
Career Information System (CIS) If you need help in setting up an account or if you’ve forgotten your login information, please see Mr. Garza in the College & Career Center. If you do not have a CIS account, you can set up by visiting website and entering:
then click: “Create My Personal Education Plan” in order to set up your new username and password. If you have questions, see Mr. Garza
APPLYING FOR FINANCIAL AID:
What is FAFSA & The Student Aid Report?: a short video about the Free Application for Federal Student Aid
apply for an FSA ID: You can apply for an FSA ID at any time. All students need to have an FSA ID in order to submit your FAFSA electronically. Parents are also eligible for an FSA ID if they are a US citizen or legal permanent resident. A parent can use the same FSA ID for each of their children applying for financial aid via the FAFSA. Parents’ immigration status has not effect on student’s ability to receive aid.
Apply for Federal Financial Aid via FAFSA (Free Application for Federal Student Aid) you cannot apply for FAFSA for the following academic year until October 1st of prior academic year. For example if you are applying for the 2019-2020 school year you can begin applying on October 1st of 2018, using 2017 income information.
Oregon Student Aid Application (the FAFSA alternative) for students who are not U.S. Citizens or Permanent Residents
SAT & ACT TESTING + PREP
SAT and/or ACT exams are required for admission to 4-year colleges and universities. Woodburn High School students are eligible to take each test free twice during their high school career (typically spring of junior year and fall of senior year). Practice tests and study guides are available on each testing website and via Learning Express (through your CIS account) and Khan Academy.
Hispanic Metropolitan Chamber of Portland Scholarship; Due January 31, 2019
Burson-Landon Scholarship; Due February 1, 2019
Al Forthan Memorial Scholarship; Due February 4, 2019
Legacy Silverton Health Auxiliary Scholarship; Due February 22, 2019
The Dream.US Scholarship (for undocumented students; good at WOU and EOU); Due February 28, 2019
OSAC Scholarships (includes Ford, Seneca, Settlemier, Scholl and many others); Due March 1, 2019
Confederation of Oregon School Administrators Scholarships; Due March 1, 2019
Harrington Family Foundation Oregon Community Leadership Scholarship; Due March 1, 2019
PNACAC Student Scholarship; Due March 1, 2019
Greenfield Peace Writing Scholarship; Due March 4, 2019
Legacy Meridian Park Medical Foundation Scholarship; Due April 1, 2019
Woodburn Education Association Scholarship; Due April 1, 2019
Oregon Gear Up Scholarship list: Various Deadlines
Additional National Scholarship Resources
APPLYING TO COLLEGE:
Fee Waivers and Deferrals:
College Admissions and scholarship links:
Oregon Public Universities
Oregon Private Colleges; use this link to access deadlines and webpages for Oregon’s private universities