Career Center

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Contact

Billie ReaseCareer Liaison

Phone: 360.575.7026

2742 Harding Ave
Longview, WA 98632

The Career Center offers many services for Discovery students to help them create their best plan for life after high school.  Whether it is help with their graduation portfolio, scholarship applications for college, or inquiries on apprenticeships, we are committed to equipping our students for a successful future.  Listed below are the areas we specialize in. Please contact us if you have any questions.

  • Aspire to Achieve Requirements
  • Pathways / CTE Courses
  • Post High School Resources
  • College Bound Resources
  • Apprenticeships
  • Workforce
  • Military Services
  • Career Exploration
  • High School & Beyond
  • Financial Aid
  • Scholarships
Roadmap to High School graduation and beyond link.

News from the Career Center

Parent Night for Sophomores, Juniors and Seniors

January 30, from 5pm-7pm Discovery High School will be hosting a Parent Night.  This will be open to all Sophomore through Senior students and parents.  Seniors will be working on their Financial Aid for College and discussing College Bound Scholarship “What Happens After High School.”   Sophomores and Juniors will be going over state requirements and pathways towards graduation.

Senior parents, please  bring the following to fill out student financial aid:

  • Social Security numbers for at least 1 parent and student – If parent or student does not have one, no problem, Washington State has financial aid.
  • 2017 Tax Returns

Sophomore/Juniors:

  • Any questions you may have regarding your student graduation track, college bound, etc.

We look forward to seeing you Thursday, January 30 from 5pm-7pm @ Discovery High School.

January 21st, 2020|

Financial Aid/Graduation Information Night

Discovery High School will be holding our Financial Aid and Graduation Information Night on October 3 from 6pm-8pm.  We will help and guide parents and students with filing their financial aid and college applications.  A representative from Lower Columbia College will be here to help answer any questions.  There will also be information regarding graduation and graduation requirements. Please let Billie Rease, in the Career Center, if you will be attending so we may have enough food.

September 24th, 2019|

Community Service opportunities

Each student must have 24 hours of Community Service before graduating.  The following are looking for volunteers.

  • Lower Columbia School Gardens – Contact Ian @ 360.431.6725, info@LCschoolgardens.org 
  • Building in Youth – 360.423.5022
  • Humane Society of Cowlitz County – 360.577.0151
September 24th, 2019|