Medical Lake School District

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Medical Lake High School
PO Box 128

200 East Barker Medical Lake, Wa 99022
(509) 565-3200
Fax (509) 565-3201

Counseling & Career Center
(509) 565-3270
fax (509) 565-3271

Mr. John McSmith
Asst. Principal/Athletic-Activities Director Mr.Chris Spring
Living a set of values which includes honesty, respect for others and a sense of personal responsibility.
Welcome to
Medical Lake
High School
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High School Summer
 Office Hours
June 16-27
7:00am -3:00pm 
Building Re-opens Aug 18th 
School start/dismiss 
8:00 a.m. - 2:23 p.m.
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Please contact
John McSmith
Chris Spring
Ann Everett
for additional information during summer break
 ATTENTION Choice Students
Choice forms are a required form.
If you are joining MLHS for the 2014-2015 school year the form must be returned
prior to participation in athletics and other school events.
 Counselors will be checking that this obligation is met prior to making any requested schedule changes.
mail to
Medical Lake School District
PO Box 128
Medical Lake, Wa. 99022
or fax to 565-3102
for questions contact 565-3123
Welcome back to MLHS
We are proud you are a Cardinal!
Cardinal Pride
AP & Honors Classes
Please click on the link for the summer homework:


NEWTECH Summer Skills Academics

NEWTECH Skill Center is once again hosting our Summer Skill Academies, when students may come try out one of our many programs, explore a trade, and earn .5 elective credit on their high school transcripts per session. Students who will be enrolled in grades 9 - 12 during the 2014/2015 school year are eligible to attend.

Their open house is Wednesday March 12th from 5:00-7:00PM. Students who attend the open house event will be first to be placed in programs; all other forms that are faxed or mailed in will be processed after that night on a first come, first serve basis.

Information about summer school and the enrollment forms are available on their website at www.

June Skills Academy: June 23- July 11 (no classes July 4)
July Skills Academy: July 14- July 31
Classes run 7:30am - 2pm

Programs Offered:
*Computer Game Design
*Graphic Arts
*Tourism and Hospitality
*Collision Repair
*Medical Careers
*Culinary Arts
*Cyber Security
*Mobile Electronics
*Criminal Justice
*Broadcast Media
*Automotive Technology
*Molecular Diagnostics

Drug Free
Permission Slips
WDFY Advisor
Mrs. Wilbanks

SAT Prep Website

Here is another resource for students to use in preparation to take the SAT
If your student is stronger in science they should consider taking the ACT. The spring dates are as follows:

June 14, 2014 (Register by May 9, 2014)

You can register online at

Juniors should be practicing and studying to take the SAT sometime in the spring of 2014. The test dates are as follows:

June 7, 2014 (Register by May 9, 2014)

You can register online at

Testing Information
SAT and ACT Test Dates
Here are the registration and test dates for the SAT and ACT for the 2013-2014 school year. You can register for the SAT at or the ACT at

SAT Dates:
June 7th (Registration deadline May 9th) (Late registration May 23)

ACT Dates:
June 14th (Registration deadline May 9th) (Late registration May 23rd)

PSAT and PLAN Tests

The counseling center will be administering the PSAT (practice SAT) and PLAN (practice ACT) tests this October. The PSAT is typically taken Junior year and the PLAN is typically taken during the Sophomore year, but students are encouraged to participate in both tests if they are interested.

The PSAT will take place in the high school auditorium Wednesday October 16th at 8am. The test fee is $14 and can be paid to Ms. Renee in the front office.

The PLAN will take place in the high school auditorium Wednesday October 30th at 8am. The test fee is $14 and can also be paid to Ms. Renee in the front office.

There are 100 of each test and they will be given on a first come first serve basis. These tests are important because they allow students to practice and learn their areas of strength and weakness to better prepare for the SAT and ACT. High scores on the SAT and ACT will help strengthen college applications and open doors for scholarships. The SAT and ACT tests are only required for students planning on attending a 4-year university after graduation.

Please contact your student's counselor with additional questions:

Lori Wilbanks
Class of 2016 & 2017
(509) 565-3274

Nicole Rippee
Class of 2014 & 2015
(509) 565-3275



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Last Modified on June 24, 2014