Summit High School

College and Careers

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Future Center

Greetings Summit Students and Families,

The Future Center is taking appointments for Seniors and Juniors currently. Both classes will be contacted through their school email and through Canvas. Please reach out if you are ready for your appointment.

A Future Center tab will appear on your students Canvas page below their scheduled classes. Canvas, Student Email, Remind, and this website will be regularly updated with the event schedule for the year, which will include Workshops, Professional Presentations, University visits, and much more!

Email me for an appointment:

Subscribe to REMIND texts:

Class of 2023 Text TO: 81010 Message: @bh6hgc
Class of 2024 Text TO: 81010 Message: @43ee3f
Class of 2025 Text TO: 81010 Message: @e447c8
Class of 2026 Text TO: 81010 Message: @dbc94d

Click on an area of interest below to find more information and resources.

senior requirements

stc programs

career development and job skills

college scholarships and financial aid


Watch at your convenience. FAFSA/Financial Aid Zoom Presentation: English A video is also available in Spanish.

(FC means it's in the Future Center)

Keep an eye on your Summit emails for upcoming Essay, College Search, and Application workshops in the FC!

Future Center Spotlight


We have a new college and career research platform for all things future focused called SCOIR (pronounced like “score”). It is a user-friendly application to help 9-12th grade students explore post high school options. It’s important that all Summit students sign on….just look for your invite on student email. SCOIR will play a key role in helping to ensure that every Summit student graduates with a plan.

SCOIR goes beyond typical exploration websites to find opportunities that fit students’ needs and interests. It does this through the YouScience Aptitude Assessment which helps students identify their strengths and interests. SCOIR has something for students of all grade levels .

Want help to get started exploring right away? Come on in!

How to get your transcript

Parchment is the platform you will use to send your transcript to colleges and/or other organizations that request it from you. Having an account with Parchment will allow you to order a transcript to be sent via email, identify the email address of the organization and then send your transcript digitally and directly.

If you haven’t yet created your account, watch this short video to learn how to set up your account and order transcripts for your college applications.

Parchment Link for Summit High School

Undocumented Student Resources

Although undocumented students cannot apply to federal financial aid there are several financial resources available. Click here for details.

Need a transcript?

Parchment Link for Summit High School


School to Career Program Manager:

Mr. Rankin


If you have questions about enrollment or graduation, please visit our Counseling page.

The Aspire Mentor Program is under the umbrella of the Oregon Student Access and Completion office. Volunteer mentors work through the high school College & Career Centers to help students navigate decisions about life after high school. Please contact us to find out more.