Career Center

Career Center2017-10-09T21:47:53+00:00


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.  Select a link to learn more.  Please contact us if you have any questions.

With the passage of ESHB 2224, there are new requirements for the High School and Beyond Plan starting in 2017-18 for all students. The High School & Beyond Plan (HSBP) revolves around three questions: Who am I?, What can I become?, How do I become that? This plan is a graduation requirement that helps all students get the most out of high school and think about their future.. You will work with your school counselor, advisor and/or teachers to create your own individual plan, called a “personalized pathway”, and will revise your plan annually to adjust for changing interests or postsecondary plans (what you plan to do the year following graduation from high school). Your post high school goals may include four-year colleges or universities, two-year community or technical colleges, apprenticeship programs, industry standard certificate programs, military training, or on-the-job training. Visit Graduation Requirements for more information.

News from the Career Center

Financial Aid Night – May 16

Discovery High School is having our Financial Aid Night, Thursday, May 16 from 5pm-7pm at Discovery High School.  We will have step-by-step instructions to fill out the FAFSA/WASFA. Please return the yellow sheet that was mailed home as soon as possible.

May 6th, 2019|

Scholarships Available

Discovery High School has the following Scholarships available.

Stylemasters – full tuition (approx. value $1400.00) will be awarded to a DHS student attending Stylemasters

LEA – $1500.00 will be awarded to a DHS student pursuing a career in teaching

Jerry E.Whyte and Dee Ann Holleman – $5,000.00 will be awarded to a DSH student attending LCC in the fall

Lions Club – $1000.00 will be awarded to a DHS student

Building Industry Association – must be received by May 10 to BIA

American Workforce Group – application must be received by May 31 to AWG and can be used at a trade/vocation school and LCC for their trades programs


Forms available in Career Center office (Billie Rease)

May 3rd, 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, 
  • Building in Youth – 360.423.5022
  • Humane Society of Cowlitz County – 360.577.0151
October 9th, 2017|
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