Welcome to B-EHS Class Of 2019 Students and Parents! This is a place to get ALL of your information. Please check on weekly basis for the latest news and deadlines.
Meetings you don't want to miss!
Meetings will be posted here.
Click here for a full list of important dates. (coming soon)
- Academic Awards Program
- Senior Parents' Tea
- Athletic Activities Assembly
- Regular School Day
- Check-out / Senior Meeting
- Running Start Students
- Grad Night Party
- Baccalaureate /ˌbakəˈlôrēət/
- Scholarship Meet & Greet Breakfast
- Salute Assembly
- Graduation Rehearsal
- Appropriate Dress for Graduation & Baccalaureate Ceremonies
- Graduation Ceremonies - Expectations & Etiquette
- Diploma Disbursement
- Scholarships & Awards
- Pictures at Graduation
Your participation in Graduation will occur if:
- All financial obligations to the school have been paid
- You have met all requirements for graduation including Advisory and all state assessments.
- You pass all required classes needed for graduation.
- You have no disciplinary action arise that would deny your participation.
- You participate in the graduation rehearsal/practice.
Jostens Caps, Gowns, Stoles & Tassels
All seniors participating in the commencement ceremony will need 4 items: Cap, Gown, Stole & Tassel.
The Jostens information that you received incorrectly stated that the entire "Tiger Package" was required for graduation. The only thing you need to purchase are these four items on line 27 for $42.00. The order form expires on December 15th, 2018. You can still order by going online at www.jostens.com or calling 1-800-567-8367. If you need help paying for your cap, gown, tassel and/or stole, please see your counselor.
Graduation Diplomas can be picked up in the main office following the Graduation Commencement Ceremony on Friday, June 14th.
Some students cannot receive a diploma at the time because we have to wait for grades to post for Running Start, NCTA and fines. These diplomas can be picked up starting on June 24th. We do not mail diplomas. It is your responsibility to pick it up (immediate family members are allowed to pick up as well).
More info coming soon!
Need help? Students are welcome to drop in anytime or feel free to Schedule an appointment with our College & Career Center Support Staff:
Dalila Rodriguez, College/Career Counseling & Work Co-Op, firstname.lastname@example.org
Nallely Carreon, Bilingual Graduation Specialist, email@example.com
Andrea Dana, Migrant Graduation Specialist, firstname.lastname@example.org
Services Offered: General Support, guidance and encouragement with post-secondary decisionsHelp with researching college and vocational programsSupport with college applicationsSAT registration (including help with fee waivers which cover the cost of 2 SAT exams and 4 college applications)Indivdualized support with the FAFSA/WASFA Help with finding and applying to scholarshipsResume/Job application helpWork Co-Op - Earn credit through your jobCollege/Vocational Field TripsELL ServicesMigrant ServicesBilingual Staff English/Spanish
If you would like to talk about your progress towards graduation, please feel free to schedule an appointment with your counselor.
Kip Jones, serving students with last names beginning with A-F, 📧email@example.com / Click here to schedule an appointment with Mr. Kip Jones.
Darcy Taylor, serving students with last names beginning with G-H, 📧firstname.lastname@example.org / Click here schedule an appointment with Ms. Darcy Taylor.
Ellen Masten, serving students with last names beginning with I-Q, 📧 email@example.com / Click here to schedule an appointment with Ms. Ellen Masten.
Laural Ringler, serving students with last names beginning with R-Z, 📧firstname.lastname@example.org / Click here to schedule an appointment with Ms. Laural Ringler.
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Helpful Links from OSPI - Office of Superintendent of Public Instruction - Family Resources
To earn a high school diploma, a student must earn high school credit, pass state tests or approved alternatives to those tests, complete a Culminating Project (required for classes of 2014 and earlier; not required for classes of 2015 and after per RCW 28A.230.090), and complete a High School and Beyond Plan.
A resource to help educators and families understand state graduation requirements. The toolkit is updated when changes occur. School districts should ensure all key personnel are aware of the toolkit. Available in several languages.
A checklist by graduating class. Track your student’s progress as they move through high school.
Some students may need to use an assessment other than a state exam to demonstrate their skills. For them, the CAA Options—or state-approved alternatives—are available.
Students who have not met their high school graduation requirements AND have not earned a regular high school diploma are eligible for a free public education through the school year in which they turn 21 years of age. Also available in the following languages: