Seniors - Final Week Wrap-Up

Device and Materials Turn-inAll district-issued technology is due June 6th. Return your assigned devices to room 765 on Monday June 6th, or the library, main office or room 712B before Friday June 3rd. The device is expected to come back with no damage and with its bag and charger together. Note that a few students may have multiple devices checked out to them. Now is a good time for your senior to find the bag, charger, etc. so it is ready to be returned. If you no longer need the items, please return them as soon as possible to avoid fines. At the end of Monday, June 6, all devices that have not been returned will be converted to fines on your account which may affect eligibility to participate in Graduation.

Senior Breakfast Tickets: Tickets will go on sale during the week of May 9th and the cost will be $10. Tickets can be purchased at the ASB Bookkeeper’s window or online using the Touchbase system.

Graduation Items: Cap & Gown packages, graduation announcements and other items ordered from Jostens are available for pick up in the Counseling Office from 8:00am to 3:45pm. If these items still need to be ordered, please go to the BHS Class of 2022 link on the Jostens website.

Senior Timeline

Please check the timeline frequently as dates and times will be updated with current information as soon as it is available.

Name for Diploma and Commencement Program

The deadline has passed to fill out the request form so that your preferred name will be listed on your diploma and in the commencement program. Your legal name will be used on your diploma. There may still be time to request a specific name for the commencement program. If you did not fill it out, please contact Erin Person ( in the Counseling office.

Bothell's Senior Week   - Bothell's Senior Week, with our graduation partner Josten's, is from October 25th - 29th, 2021.  During this week, Josten's will be offering special deals and discounts for seniors purchasing their caps, gowns, stoles, tassels, and other memorabilia, such as graduation announcements, rings, apparel, etc. if you chose to do so.  All of these items can be purchased using the link provided.  The only required items that students must have to walk at the graduation ceremony in June are their cap, gown, tassel, and stole.  If there are any financial hardships that prevent you from purchasing the required items, please reach out to Erin Person at 

Need a Transcript?

If you need an unofficial transcript, which is a record of all high school classes you’ve taken, they are uploaded for you to Student Vue.  Transcripts are helpful to access when completing college applications.  Look for the documents tab in Student Vue - it’s there!


Preparing for Senior Year and Life After High School

Senior Presentation 

Check out the slides presented to seniors in their civics classes.

College Application Help.  Click here to view a document that has links for application help to popular in state and out of state 4-year colleges/universities.

Letter of Recommendations Document

Need Assistance?  For assistance with a college application question please reach out to your counselor or BJ Dawson.

11th & 12th Grader's Guide For Navigating College Admissions and Financial Aid - English Version

11th & 12th Grader's Guide For Navigating College Admission and Financial Aid - Spanish Version

12th grade "What you need to know"

12th grade "Career and transfer planning" information

Washington Council Higher Education Handbook.  This handbook provides descriptions of two and four-year public and private, non-profit institutions of higher education in Washington State and other important information.