Welcome to the High School Guidance Department


PA Free Enterprise Week: Grades 10 and 11: 

PA Free Enterprise Week

TeenU: After school, teen-driven support group: Information (Click Here)


Pennsylvania Governor’s School for the Sciences: 5-week summer residential program hosted by Carnegie Mellon University: Apply Here


Update from PA Treasury

PA Treasury’s Consumer Programs, which consists of the PA 529 College and Career Savings Program, Keystone Scholars, and the PA ABLE Savings Program, are increasing outreach activities and adding three team members. Elementary and secondary school counselors are invited to tell parents about Keystone Scholars,  a $100 investment for education savings available to all PA children born after January 1, 2019. Email or call 717-772-5000 to be connected to a specialist in your area.

School professionals and community organizations are especially encouraged to learn about the PA ABLE Savings Program (PA ABLE), a savings account for people with disabilities that helps individuals and their families save without affecting eligibility for benefits. Visit or call 855-529-2253 to coordinate an informational session in your district today.

Joint Apprenticeship & Training Committee:  Application

PHEAA (College Funding) Informational Webinars

Deep Dive into Credit Related to Education Funding

Tuesday, January 11th – Noon; Tuesday, January 20th – Noon

Learn about Education Loans – Which Loan is Right for Me?

Thursday, January 13th – 6:30PM; Tuesday, January 18th – Noon



COLLEGE PLANNING: Things You’ll Need To Know 

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Attention all students:

Promotion Requirements for all grades (from the Student Handbook, Page 29)

To advance a grade level, a student must have attained the following credits:

Major (Core) Credits                    Total Credits

Grade 9 to Grade 10                                 3                                              6

Grade 10 to Grade 11                              6                                              12

Grade 11 to Grade 12                              9                                              19


The Guidance Department is available to help you with a multitude of issues. Our counselors and administrative professionals work with students, families and staff in the process of academic planning, college and career development and the personal growth of each student. We have three counselors available to meet with students and parents:

Matt Lehman Amy Veach Lynn Aurand
Students with last names beginning: A-G Students with last names beginning: H-P Students with last names beginning: Q-Z

You can call the guidance office at (570) 372-2237 or fax to the same number. Ms. Danna Ritter (Guidance Secretary) will be happy to speak with you and connect you with the appropriate counselor.

Mental Health Resources

During this stressful time it is always “OK” to ask for help.  This link will open a document that provides information about resources that are available to you at this time. Mental Health Resources

Internship Opportunities

Check back as new opportunities are posted periodically when received in the Guidance Office!

Request a Transcript

Please use the appropriate links below when requesting your transcripts.

Parchment Account Log In Parchment Account Creation Alumni Transcript Request
For ALL existing account holders Current Students ONLY Non-account holders ONLY