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Cascadia Tech Field Trip

Want to learn more about the Cascadia Tech Program?

A representative from Cascadia will be doing a presentation here at Hayes for students interest in learning more about the program on February 2nd.  Hayes Freedom will take a field trip to Cascadia Tech Academy on Friday, February 10th.  Sophomores and Juniors interested in attending Cascadia Tech Academy next fall can tour the campus and check out the many programs available to them.     A permission slip will be sent home after the presentation with those students who sign up to attend. Please feel free to email or call our counselor, Timm DiStefano with any questions or concerns.

College and Career Fair

Camas High School will be hosting a College & Career Fair,  Monday, April 27, 5-7 p.m.  This event is open to ALL high school students (CHS, DHS, HFHS, grades 9–11) and their parents.

Families will have a chance to:

> Talk with representatives from more than 50 colleges, technical schools, apprenticeship programs, military representatives and gap year programs in a college fair setting in the CHS Main Commons.

> Attend large group sessions covering information on post high school planning resources, what students can do during high school to prepare for the next steps, test preparation and much more.

If you have any questions, please contact the front desk at 360-833-5600

Running Start Information Nights

Learn more about the Running Start program at Clark College at an upcoming Running Start Information Night! Families are welcome! No registration required.

Running Start Information Nights
Wednesday, February 5, 2020 Monday, February 24, 2020
Monday, March 9, 2020 Tuesday, March 24, 2020
Time: 7:00-8:00 p.m.

Location: Clark College Gym (O’Connell Sports Complex) (Campus Map)

About this event: This is an opportunity for current high school students and their parents/guardians to learn more about Running Start, a program that allows eligible juniors and seniors to attend college classes and earn dual credit (both high school and college credit). All nights cover the same information, no registration required.

At this meeting:

  • Clark College representatives will provide an overview of the program and opportunities.
  • Running Start students and college faculty will share their experiences with the program.
  • Program expectations and requirements will be discussed.
  • Timelines for Fall Term 2020 entry will be reviewed.

You can find the Facebook event here:

Students and their families can learn more about the program on the Running Start webpage. Questions about the event? Email

Running Start Information Nights

If your student is interested in attending Clark College next fall, attending one of the informational meetings at Clark College January 23, February 6, or March 13 would be beneficial in understanding the duel credit process, eligibility, and expectations. See the link below for more information

If you have any questions, please feel free to call Ms. Ross at 360-833-5600 X78212

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Parent Informational Night

Parent informational night – FAFSA, High School and Beyond, College admission, and Personal Pathways

When: November 8

Where: Hayes Freedom HS

Time: 6-7 pm

Who should attend: Parents and students grades 9-12

Ranene Royer from WSU Vancouver will be at Hayes November 8 from 6-7 pm to discuss financial aid and the college admission process. In addition, we will talk about the High School and Beyond Plan along with graduation requirements and Personalized Pathways.

PSAT Offered October 1O

Attention all Juniors and College Bound Scholarship students:

The PSAT will be given Wednesday, October 10 from 9:00-12:00 at Hayes Freedom High School. If you have signed up, please give Mrs. Thomas $20.00 for a practice book. The sooner the better so you have time to study.  If you have not signed up and are interest please contact, Ms. Ross for more information.   If you cannot afford the $20.00 and want to take the test, please see Ms. Ross.

Also, if you are a 9th or 10th grade student and have signed up for the College Bound Scholarship, you can take the PSAT for FREE. See Ms. Ross if this pertains to you.

Clark College Foundation Scholarships

Clark College Foundation scholarship opportunities are available for students who will be attending Clark College for the 2018-2019 academic year.  We anticipate having over one million dollars to award next year.  Our general Clark College Foundation Scholarship Application is available online at under the Foundation Scholarships section, and allows students to apply for multiple scholarships with just one application.

Funds are available to students in all programs, and applications are due on Wednesday, April 18.

Battle Ground HS Industry Fair/Feb. 22

Connect with local employers at the Feb. 22 Battle Ground HS Industry Fair

Students, families and community members are invited to learn about careers in southwest Washington at Battle Ground Public Schools’ Industry Fair on Thursday, Feb. 22 at Battle Ground High School. Students and community members who attend the fair will be able to learn about career paths by talking with local employers about available job opportunities.

Come to the industry fair with your current resume or arrive early to participate in a resume writing workshop. The event, sponsored by BGPS, Goodwill Job Connection, WorkSource, and Partners in Careers, will be held from 5 to 7 p.m. at Battle Ground High School, 300 W. Main St., in Battle Ground. The resume writing workshop will be from 4:00 to 6:30 p.m. in the school’s College and Career Center.

More than 50 employers will be available to discuss employment opportunities along with working conditions and special requirements. Employers from the health science, manufacturing, technology, construction, finance, hospitality, retail, human services, and transportation industries will attend.

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