Shelton High School

To provide a learning environment which challenges students to be responsible, respectful, productive life-long learners. Serving students in grades 10 through 12 in Shelton School District. Graduation Matters Shelton

​​C.S.I. - Climber Success Initiative

All students are assigned to a grade level class called C.S.I. in which they will work with an advisor during all three years at Shelton High School. The advisor will implement the Career Guidance Washington - Career and College Readiness curriculum for the following purposes:

  • To formulate a Shelton High School and Beyond Plan.
  • To graduate from SHS by meeting Graduation and Credit Requirements.
  • To participate in various SHS Building Tasks.

CSI is a Pass/Fail class.  Students receive a grading criteria sheet with the required CSI elements in September for the quarter and semester. All items on the criteria sheet must be completed for a Pass.

Sophomore Year
High School and Beyond PlanSophomores begin working toward the plan by completing activities from Career Guidance Washington, along with other online career exploration site. In the spring when seniors present their Beyond High School Plan  sophomores will watch presentations and see what the expectations are for this state requirement.
Graduation RequirementsStudents and advisors check content area grades throughout the year.  Periodic performance and attendance checks help students understand what they need to do in order to fulfill all of the credit requirements for graduation. Teachers, parents and students work together to register for classes in the spring so that the student is able to take what he or she needs and wants.
SHS Building Tasks Throughout the year students have various SHS building tasks that are completed during CSI.  These tasks may include ASB and class elections, the Healthy Youth and Site Council Surveys as well as assemblies and AIDS education. 


 

Junior Year
High School and Beyond PlanJuniors build on the previous Career Guidance Washington activities completed during the sophomore year by choosing a job shadow in the community that may connect an interest area with a real world job site.  Students are expected to meet with the job shadow host prior to the shadow day, interview the host while on site and complete an evaluation of the experience.  Juniors will receive a guidance department calendar during CSI, listing SAT/ACT sign up deadlines and testing dates.  All students interested in furthering their education after high school are encouraged to sign up and take these tests. Juniors will continue to work toward their SHS and Beyond High School Plan. In the spring when seniors present their Beyond High School Plan  juniors will watch presentations to better know the expectations of this state requirement.​
Graduation RequirementsStudents and advisors check content area grades throughout the year.  Periodic performance and attendance checks help students understand what they need to do in order to fulfill all of the credit requirements for graduation. Teachers, parents and students work together to register for classes in the spring so that the student is able to take what he or she needs and wants.​
SHS Building Tasks - Throughout the year students have various building tasks that are completed during CSI.  These tasks may include ASB and class elections, the Healthy Youth and Site Council Surveys as well as assemblies and AIDS education. 
 
Senior Year
High School and Beyond PlanSeniors are required to present a Beyond High School plan as per the WA state and Shelton School District graduation requirements.  This plan will be combined with the student’s portfolio, which will contain a personal statement, evidence of searching for a plan, letters of recommendation, best works from high school and the student’s test scores. Students interested in attending post high school education may choose to submit this portfolio to be considered for community scholarships. In the Beyond High School Plan students are expected to provide detailed information outlining what the student intends to do after leaving Shelton High School.  This may include letters of acceptance to a college or tech school, a letter from a future workplace employer, military letters or other documentation of a plan.
Graduation RequirementsStudents and advisors check content area grades throughout the year.  Periodic performance and attendance checks help students understand what they need to do in order to fulfill all of the credit requirements for graduation.Students lacking required credits are referred to their counselor for additional learning opportunities and credit retrieval options.
SHS Building Tasks - Throughout the year students have various building tasks that are completed during CSI.  These tasks may include senior class meetings, the Healthy Youth and Site Council Surveys as well as assemblies and AIDS education. 

 
For additional information on CSI, please contact Christen Carey at 360-426-4471 EXT 16724 or email at ccarey@sheltonschools.org.

 

​​The Shelton School District does not discriminate in any programs or activities on the basis of sex, race, creed, religion, color, national origin, age, veteran or military status, sexual orientation, gender expression or identity, disability, or the use of a trained dog guide or service animal and provides equal access to the Boy Scouts and other designated youth groups. The following employee has been designated to handle questions and complaints of alleged discrimination: Linda Arnold, Director of Human Resources. 360-426-1687. 700 S. 1st Street; Shelton, WA 98584. Complaint procedure can be found on this website under Board Policy #3210 (students) and #5010 (employees).