College & Career Center - N106

  • Welcome to the RHS College and Career Page.

    The College & Career Center is located in N106 and is open to any student.

    Get help with resume writing, job applications, career exploration, college applications, and post-high school opportunities.

    Stop by and visit.

Scholarship Information for Seniors


The Free Application for Federal Student Aid application has changed for the Class of 2024 and current college students.

To ensure you will have access to free Federal Pell Grants, College Bound Scholarship, and Washington State Need Grants, please apply early. Every student will be eligible for federal loans, and many students can decline these as they have enough funding to support their college plans. See Mrs. Gwinn with questions. 

Step One: Both parent and student must create an FSA ID: please go to and create an account. This is your “online signature” and is required to complete the FAFSA. It takes a few days to process, so do it before you plan to complete the application.

Step Two: Gather the materials you will need to complete the FAFSA. You will need your social security number, birthdates, current emails, copies of filed taxes completed in 2022, and banking information.

Step Three: Log into the FAFSA application and complete. The Class of 2024 will be complete the 2024-2025 FAFSA Application.

TIP: You will select colleges and give them access to your financial information during the FAFSA process. FAFSA doesn't provide funds - it only allows the colleges you want to attend to create award letters for you based on your personal financial information. Every college you are admitted to and included on the FAFSA application will create an award letter for you. Please don't commit to a college until you know how much they are offering you. Four-year colleges will have award letters to you prior to May 1 (Decision Day). The community colleges will not provide award letters until late Spring or early Summer. 

Need FAFSA Completion Help? 

Reach out to Emily Gwinn @ or call 509-354-6603.

You can also find resources for community-supported events here: FAFSA Opens Doors |


FAFSA Friday Events

  • SchooLinks (8th-12th Grade)

    SchooLinks is the district’s college and career readiness software. Every student in 8th-12th grade has access to the platform via the SchooLinks button on their school’s Digital Tools page. If the student is not on a school computer, their login is their student ID number and their password is their eight-digit birthdate.

    SchooLinks provides:

    • Career Assessment
    • College Search
    • Career Search
    • Scholarship Search
    • Course Planning
    • Year-round support and live chat to SchooLinks support, colleges, and career professionals.


  • Contact

    College & Career Center
    Emily Gwinn

Emily Gwinn - CCR

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