Students interested in pursuing a degree in the Medical Field; the 2017 Kaiser Permanente Scholarship is now available! They are awarding amounts of $2,000, $5,000 or $10,000 to at least one qualified college-bound high school Senior at CHS! Qualified applicants have a min of 2.5 GPA, plan on pursuing an education and Career in the Medical Field and plan on enrolling Full Time, in a College or University for the Fall of 2017. Application can be accessed here:Kaiser Permanente
Details about this event can be found here: Financial Aid Night
The Savannah College of Art and Design (SCAD) will be in Portland on Thursday, December 8th!! With locations in Georgia, Hong Kong and France and want to share with YOU what their University has to offer. Click this link to Register.
Address for the event is here:
510 NE 28th Ave.
Representatives from Oregon State University, University of Portland, Washington State University, Willamette University and will be at Camas this Month!
They will each have a table set up on Friday, November 18th, during both A and B lunches. Make sure to stop by their tables and find out more information from these credible Universities.
Click the following list to access companies and links that are looking for help during the Holidays:
Do you have an interest in taking a GAP year once you graduate from High School? Do you have a keen interest in traveling the world or learning about various cultures? Then the Study Abroad Program might be for you. A representative from a local study abroad organization will be at Camas High School next Thursday. They will be in the Career Center during A and B Lunches to inform students about what their program entails and how you can get involved. Make sure to pick up your lunch and head to the Career Center to hear various ways to take part in the program.
Interested in joining the military? Stop by one of their tables during A or B lunch this Wednesday and find out information from various branches!
If you are a junior and you have questions about testing please read the following article: