Second Semester Schedule Change Procedure & Added Sections

Student schedules will be available for viewing on Friday, January 28th in StudentVue. Even if students think they can see their second semester schedule now, they are not accurate until officially published on 1/28. 

Once students review their next semester schedule, they may request a change with their School Counselor via the link that will be posted to the counseling website on January 28th. This link will remain open until 3 pm on February 11th, which is 10 school days per policy. Below are the only reasons they may request a schedule change:

  • -Duplicate classes
  • -Open Period
  • -Missing graduation requirement
  • -Running start schedule adjustments

Students are not to change yearlong classes without extenuating circumstances and teacher involvement in previous interventions.

We try to minimize disruptions for the students and teachers as best we can and will communicate these changes with students. 


Counseling News & Updates

Message of Support for Trans Youth and Resources

In light of recent national events concerning health care for trans youth, the counseling team and mental health provider at Inglemoor want to express our concern and care for trans students at IHS.  We know that trans youth frequently experience exclusion, lack of representation, and concerns over physical safety, and that these challenges are often serious obstacles to mental/emotional well-being.  The counseling staff at IHS is committed to supporting our trans students.  Please reach out to counseling staff if you are concerned for any student facing these challenges.

GLSEN Resources

NSD Incident Reporting Resources

If Students are in Need of Some Support Socially/Emotionally Please Access the Following:

Ideas for coping and getting help:

  • Call or talk with a supportive family member (mom, dad, aunt, uncle, guardian) or another trusted adult.
  • Call Teen Link: 206-461-4922, 6:00-10:00 pm nightly, staffed by teens.
  • Text Teen Link: Wednesday’s 6pm-9:30 pm, 866-833-6546.
  • Call or talk with a supportive friend.
  • Go on a walk, write in a journal, play with a pet, listen to music or do an activity that is safe that you enjoy.
  • Crisis Line: 1-866-427-4747, to speak with an adult crisis expert.
  • National suicide prevention crisis line: 1-800-273-TALK (8255). They will route you to a crisis center near you.
  • Dial 911 if you have an emergency and need help.

Reasons to see your Counselor

  • Personal/social issues.
  • Graduation requirements.
  • Credit retrieval options.
  • Outside resources.
  • College guidance.
  • Attendance issues
  • SBAC questions
  • SAT/ACT questions
  • Substance abuse issues
  • Study strategies

Meet the Team

Students are assigned to a counselor alphabetically by the student's last name. Need to make an appointment with your counselor? Call 425-408-7219 or email

Your 21- 22 Viking Team

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Building Hours

7:30 a.m. - 3:30 p.m.
Monday - Friday




IHS Counseling Calendar

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