High School Counseling
Northeast College Tour
October 4th - 10th, 2015
The Fall College Tour will be heading to the Northeast with stops in Boston, Syracuse, and Pittsburgh. Departing October 4th and returning October 10th, this 7 day and 6 night tour will visit a variety of great schools including Harvard, Northeastern, Boston College, Rensselaer Polytechnic, Syracuse, Penn State, Carnegie Mellon and many more!.
Northeast College Tour Flyer
The cost to attend will remain $2,150 and includes airfare, hotel, bus, and daily food allowance. The tour is only open to rising sophomores, juniors, and seniors that hold a minimum cumulative 2.5 grade point average. Registration is online only and payment can be made in full by credit card at the time of registration or by cash/check with a $750 initial deposit due by June 22nd. Use the registration link below to register.
SCHEDULE CHANGE INFORMATION FOR HIGH SCHOOL STUDENTS ONLY
***Schedule changes WILL NOT be made for teacher preference***
Schedule changes for first semester will run from Monday, August 10th and 11th from 8:00 to 3:00 PM and during the first 6 day cycle of the first semester.
Appointments on August 10th-11th are first come first served and will be handed out beginning at 7:30 AM. Beginning on August 12th students may come into the counseling office to pick up an appointment slip from their counselor.
For any schedule changes made beyond the first 6 days of the semester, please note our school’s withdraw policy in regard to how these changes are noted on the school’s transcript:
W – Indicates that a student attempted the class past the add/drop deadline, but withdrew prior to the 6th week of the course. No grade is recorded and there is no negative effect on the Grade Point Average. Colleges may require an explanation for a course withdrawal.
W/Fail – Indicates that the student withdrew from the course after the 6th week. This notation carries with it the same effect as an “F” grade and has a negative impact on the GPA.
The Counseling Department's goals and objectives are to provide needed services to all students and to utilize community resources in helping students solve problems, further their education, and make realistic plans for the future. This is done through individual and small group counseling. Each student should have a minimum of one counseling session during each semester, but counselors are available to students and parents as often as necessary.
For complete up-to-date information on summer programs please review the options on www.enrichmentalley.com which is a web site free to users.