Check out the sidebar titled Scholarships & Financial Aid to find a source of college funding right for you!
Many applications are due in the next month so act fast.
See Ms. Ross in the Counseling Center for more information or help with applying.
Students & families are now able to order HFHS yearbooks online through our publisher Picaboo.
Once you have paid $25 for your pre-order at the website, you will be allowed to personalize up to 4 pages AND the back cover free of charge! The website will direct you with instructions on how to do this.
If you have already ordered & paid for a yearbook this year, we will email a credit code that will allow you to make personalizations. Contact Yearbook advisor Mrs. Spencer for details.
Pre-orders must be completed by Friday, April 25
in order for the Yearbook staff to get our shipment by the beginning of June.
Use the Picaboo link to order & begin personalizing your yearbook!
Please email Mrs. Spencer at firstname.lastname@example.org with any questions or concerns.
HFHS junior Phoebe Jud won the school-level Poetry Out Loud competition in January and went on to compete among many county high schools at the Southwest Washington Regional competition. The video below is a recording of the entire event, but you can find Phoebe at 16:40 and again at 33:55. Great work Phoebe! Go Renegades!
Find out what Hayes Freedom High School has to offer
We are having an informational meeting for parents and potential incoming students seeking admission for fall 2014
Thursday, March 20, 2014 6:30 – 7:00 p.m.
If you have any questions or would like more information and are not able to attend,
call Kristi Thomas at 360-833-5602.
Hayes Freedom HS – 1919 NE Ione Street
It takes strong schools like Hayes Freedom HS to build a strong community, and our school board members devote many hours making sure all of the Camas schools are helping every child learn at a higher level. They spend time studying important issues in education in order to provide the kind of accountability our citizens expect.
Please take a moment to show your appreciation to our five wonderful school board members this month.
This contest asks students to write an essay of no more than 500 words discussing the relationship between the liberal arts and democratic principles.
Washington Consortium for the Liberal Arts (WaCLA) will award scholarships to the top three essays submitted. The 1st place winner will receive a $3,000 scholarship to a WaCLA institution, a list of which can be viewed on their home page. The 2nd place winner will receive a $2,000 scholarship to a WaCLA institution, and the 3rd place winner will receive a $1,000 scholarship to a WaCLA institution.
Essays must be submitted at the WaCLA website by January 31, 2014. No late entries will be accepted. Essays cannot be more than 500 words. Your submission must be double-spaced and entered as either a .pdf or Word document.
It’s that simple!
Contest winners will be announced in mid-March.
If you are planning to apply for financial aid, scholarships and/or grants, this is the perfect time to make a list of what each institution or program will need from you and the deadline by which they will need it. A completed FAFSA form will be necessary and some programs also require the CSS Profile, a separate document.
Click here to get an Estimated Family Contribution (EFC) by filling out the “forecaster”. The submitted FAFSA will ultimately determine what federally and state funded grants, scholarships, work-study, and loans a student or family qualifies for.
The College Board website provides the CSS/Financial Aid PROFILE, which can be accessed at this link.
The FAFSA form is available after January 1, 2014 so in the meantime students can apply for a PIN, an electronic number that also serves as a signature for all applications to federal student aid as well as personal federal aid records.