Summit High School
Our Future Center Coordinator and community volunteers are here to help students think about and prepare for college and career opportunities. Drop by or make an appointment to learn more.
Sondee Low-Johnson, Email or 541-355-4161
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|November 8||9:30 - 1:30 p.m.||COCC Preview Day - Permission Form Required||-|
|November 8||11:00 a.m.||-||University of Portland|
|November 15||9:00 - 1:00 p.m.||Skilled Trade Fair - Permission Form Required||-|
|11 am||University of Montana|
|9 am||Washington State University|
|December 12||8:00 a.m.||ASVAB - Armed Services Vocational Aptitude Battery. Sign up in the Future Center.||-|
Future Occupations Rotations - 14/16 Week Job Shadow Experience - .5 Elective Credit - Coursework/Assignments due. Students must have reliable transportation each Wed.2:00pm-4:00pm
Dental Occupations - Juniors; sign up for Dental Occupations for the 19/20 school year. This program runs every other year.
Engineering Rotations - 14/16 Week rotations at various Engineering firms each week. Begins in January each year.
Health Occupations Rotations - St. Charles 15 weeks of various hospital occupations to job shadow. Considering signing up as a Freshman or Sophomore.
Build It Construction Walk - Experience the daily life of a construction worker. Plumbing, drywall, tiny homes, electrical, irrigation, design concepts, residential and commercial building. This rotation is also 14/16 weeks in length. Must have reliable transportation each Wed.
See a complete list of Future Center events here.
Applying to college and for financial aid and scholarships can feel daunting. We can help.
Students who want to play NCAA sports in college should be aware of opportunities, registration and requirements. Important resource sites:
Students who want to play NAIA sports in college should be aware of opportunities, registration and requirements. Important resource sites.
Students can earn elective credit in non-traditional ways. Our school offers several including:
Job Search, Resumes, Letters of Introduction, Interviewing Skills
Students interested in a foreign exchange program during high school have many options to consider. Each year our local Rotary Club sends and hosts high school students in their programs. Applications are available in late September for travel in August of the following school year.
Other programs include:
Those considering a Gap Year between high school and college can look at these resources:
For students wishing to go straight from high school into the military, a call to one of our local recruiters is the best place to start. Meetings can be set up in the recruiting office or in the Future Center.
ROTC is offered at some colleges and is designed as officer training, while students are going to college. Once selected for a ROTC program most likely you will be offered either a full or partial scholarship. The ROTC department at the school you plan to attend will have detailed information about post-college commitments.
The Academies offer students a very prestigious education, one that is filled with rigor and regimentation. To admission process is arduous, but worth it, if this is the route for you.
School to Career Program Manager:
If you have questions about enrollment or graduation, please visit our Counseling page.
We rely on parent and community volunteers to help Storm students with post graduation plans. Please consider volunteering in the Future Center. All Bend-La Pine Schools volunteers are required to submit a volunteer application and pass a background verification check.
Click here to access the Volunteer application and Background Verification Check.