Tag Archive: college and career

Mar 05

Gabe Speaks: CHS/MST Sr. Reflects on Fly-in Visits at Four Major Universities

CHS/MST senior Gabe Mukobi wasn’t quite sure where he wanted to go to college, so he took advantage of a little known program that many universities support called pre-admission fly-in. The basic idea of these programs is that, “One of the most important factors in deciding if a college is right for you is whether …

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Dec 01

Girls Represent TED Talk Night

Camas Girls Represent hosts TED Talk Night in the CHS Library from 6-7:30pm on Thursday, December 7th. All middle school and high school students, parents, and staff are invited to hear five female speakers, including a local politician and a former professional football player, give inspiring talks on their experiences in male-dominated occupations.

Nov 16

MST Students Visit with Astronaut/CHS Grad Barratt

On Thursday, November 16th, about 50 CHS/MST students had the opportunity to hear astronaut and CHS class of 77 grad Dr. Michael Barratt speak to regional MST students at an event hosted by Washington State University Vancouver. Barratt wowed the audience with insights about the path he took to get, quite literally, into space! Here …

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Sep 18

MST Students Chang & Leetham Earn Perfect 36 on ACT

CHS / MST Magnet students Monica Chang (junior) and Lindsey Leetham (senior) have accomplished the rare feat of earning a perfect ACT score of 36. Wow! How rare, you ask? “On average, less than one-tenth of 1 percent of students who take the ACT earn a top score, according to the organization. In the U.S. …

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Mar 21

Which Financial Aid Package to Accept?

Making decisions about which college offer and financial aid package to accept can incite feelings of panic and confusion. To aid with both decisions, the college acceptance and the financial aid piece, the US Department of Education has some suggestions for both students and parents to consider. https://blog.ed.gov/2016/04/4-steps-understanding-comparing-financial-aid-offers/ https://blog.ed.gov/2015/08/7-options-to-consider-if-you-didnt-receive-enough-financial-aid/ Contact Mrs. Liebe with questions.

Feb 02

College Admissions and the “GPA Game”

Sophomore Magnet English students had a wonderful visit today from our esteemed Magnet counselor Mrs. Liebe. She walked us through an activity called “The GPA Game”, where students assume an identity and move up and down the ladder of admissions based on their fictional profile’s characteristics: GPA, extracurricular involvement, family connections, work history, etc. It …

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Jan 23

CHS Girls in STEM

On Saturday, January 21st, 2017, CHS and the Magnet program hosted the Camas Girls in STEM Conference for middle school girls. We had over 45 female professionals in the STEM field who helped to make this event happen, along with 31 of our high school girls who devoted their Saturday to encourage young women to …

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Jan 18

Find Yourself at Stanford this Summer!

“Stanford Pre-Collegiate Studies selects the finest students from around the world to come to Stanford for an amazing summer experience. Our programs offer highly motivated, intellectually curious students the opportunity to investigate topics not typically taught in high school. Students engage in small classes with instructors who are experts in their fields and passionate about …

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Jan 06

College Admissions Notifications (What to do?)

Mrs. Liebe, our esteemed counselor, passes on some vital info in this season of college admissions: “Happy New Year greetings to you! I hope this email finds you healthy and well. College admission decision letters are rolling in on a steady basis for many students. This is both a highly anticipated and nerve-wrecking time for …

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Dec 16

Applications for 2017 National Youth Science Camp Delegates

Two Washington high school seniors will be selected to receive a scholarship to exchange ideas with scientists and other professionals from the academic and corporate worlds. The selected delegates must not only demonstrate academic achievement in science, but also show potential for thoughtful scientific leadership. Application materials are available on the NYSC website at http://apply.nysc.org and must …

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