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The trend has been to move away from standardized tests in admission and focus on a holistic process, like considering extracurricular activities, said Paul Francis, executive director of the Washington Council of Presidents.

SAT, ACT requirements waved for incoming class of 2021

MADYSEN MCLAIN, Evergreen roots editor January 29, 2021

After College Board SAT tests were canceled across the country because of the pandemic, the Washington Council of Presidents worked with universities to dismiss SAT and ACT score requirements for the class...

Palouse Pathways Founding Director Peggy Jenkins said the group has held virtual events recently, which has brought more traffic than usual.

Rural students’ path to higher education

ELIZA CALLIS October 8, 2020

One Pullman High School student expressed interest in nuclear engineering. Later down the road, Palouse Pathways introduced him to a nuclear safety manager at the Idaho National Laboratory. Collin...

Classes at Pullman High School began Aug. 31. Students say classes are more populated and teachers are more flexible than last school year.

Students speak about high school experience amid pandemic

HUNTER ORCUTT, Evergreen reporter September 16, 2020

As local COVID-19 numbers continue to rise, students attending high school discuss adapting to online learning, missing social interaction and worrying about the pandemic. Not being able to attend physical...

Ray Acuna-Luna, project director of Cougs Rise, said Cougs Rise has two different programs to help high school students transition to higher education: Coug Tracks and the Bridge Program. 

Cougs Rise staff members continue to help high school students during pandemic

ANDREA GONZALEZ, Evergreen reporter July 17, 2020

The Cougs Rise summer programs moved online due to COVID-19, but staff members are trying to create a student experience closest to the one they would have had in person.  Ray Acuna-Luna, project director...

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