Junior Year Info Class of 2024

Created by SEHS Counseling Department

Junior Year Planning Calendar and Essentials

The purpose of this newsletter is to give you information and resources to help you be prepared for Junior and Senior year. Please review the materials below. Stop and read the content that applies to you. Click here for our complete Junior Year SEHS Planning Calendar

Junior Interview (2nd Trimester of Junior Year)

The Junior Interview is a one on one appointment with your counselor. It's a chance to talk privately about anything that's on your mind, check your credits & review your forecasting. It's a chance to hear about information and resources that support your plans for after high school. This newsletter has many of the resources typically shared during that interview.


You can use the graduation plan from your junior interview to select classes for senior year in the spring and verify your senior schedule will give you the credits and classes needed for whatever goal you'd like to pursue after graduation.


The counseling team will be visiting IHS courses to conduct these interviews. If you are in Classic South olease schedule your Junior Interview with your counselor any time after February. Schedule your Junior Interview through this link.

Junior Project Canvas Module

The Junior Project gives you information and resources for post graduation planning. You will see all of the Junior Project components in your Canvas account. Some of the major tools you will use are Career Information System (CIS) and Naviance. Once you know how to use these tools, you can access them whenever you like as you research post high school options. Naviance is an excellent tool for organizing your research with helpful links.

Credits for Graduation and Post High School Planning

The Scheduling & Forecasting Department

We have a really great scheduling department working on schedules and forecasting throughout the year. If you discover you are lacking a course you need or if you have decided you would like to change your schedule please monitor their website for opportunities on their website here.


Olivia Leal is our scheduler and can be reached at southscheduling@4j.lane.edu


On the Scheduling and Forecasting page of the SEHS website scheduling & forecasting website you will find the curriculum guide and forms to request a schedule change or drop a class. In the spring, this is also where you will find information to help you select classes for your senior year.


The curriculum guide is your course planning guide for high school and can answer many questions about courses offered at SEHS.


If you have taken AP Spanish and/or AP Calculus by the end of Junior year, you are eligible for Duck Link. Duck Link is a program with UO that offers, that allows high school students to take courses at UO tuition free. Please refer to this website, and contact Leann Hollenbeak for details on participation.

Lane Community College (LCC)

LCC Bound Timeline with Helpful Links


If your future includes Lane Community College, we recommend you apply by the spring of senior year. Check out this LCC Admissions Webpage for step by step directions on making the plan come true. Why Apply to Lane Community College YouTube video.


After you apply for admission it will be time to start thinking about funding for your LCC experience. The first step is to complete either the FAFSA or ORSAA.


A great resource for those attending a community college in Oregon is the Oregon Promise which helps eligible students pay for the first two years of tuition.


Another great website to go to is the LCC Foundation Scholarship Page. The deadline is usually March 1st of your senior year.

Exploring Colleges and Universities:

Scholarships & Paying for College

College Admission Exams (SAT/ACT/PSAT)

Career & Exploration

Looking Ahead to Senior Year

Senior Interview 1st Semester of Senior Year

Seniors will start your senior year with a one on one Senior Interview with their counselor. The purpose of the Senior Interview is to make sure seniors have all the credits needed to graduate and be eligible for the path they have chosen after graduation. We will provide information that supports a successful and enjoyable senior year, and help launch you into life after high school. Students schedule their Senior Interview first Semester of senior year.

Prepare to start your 4-year college applications

SEHS Counseling Department

  • Counseling Secretary: Leann Hollenbeak


Students work with the same counselor 10th-12th grade:

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