Counselor's Corner

Apprenticeship Information and Vocational Skills: Information specific to apprenticeships in WA state and vocational programs for students with an IEP

Assessments: Free career and personality assessments

Basic Needs: Assistance with food, clothing, and housing and many other basic needs in Monroe and Snohomish county

College and Vocational Information: Programs to give you both hands on education and other college options, including information about the tests required for admission and tools to help you make decisions about your future education

College Financial Aid: This is the first step in preparing to continue your education. Everyone can find out what options are available to pay for college here.

Counseling and Community Resources: Provided solely for the purpose of locating a mental health professional service and not endorsed by the Monroe School District. Includes how to find a counselor and contact information for free phone consultations with counselors.

Crisis Support (Phone, Chat, or Text): Are you hurting or do you know someone who is? Whether you have an urgent need or an ongoing crisis, start here.

Employment Resources: Job search tools and information needed to get a job such as food handler's permit.

High School Options: Links to U3, Lake Washington Technical College, Job Corps and Washington Youth Academy

Legal Support

Mental & Physical Health: Low cost dental care, community health, and tips on how to be healthy

Preparing to "Adult": From getting your drivers license to understanding taxes and regulating your emotions, these links can get you started living as an independent adult.

Running Start: Earn college and high school credit at the same time, without having to pay for college classes.

College Terms to Know

Graduation Expenses Scholarship of up to $200


Pregnancy & Parenting Support