Welcome to the High School Guidance Department
CURRENT NEWS YOU CAN USE!
PHEAA’s PAForward March Webinar series will cover the following topics:
- Borrowing for Education REGISTER HERE
- Refinancing Education Debt – Is it right for you? REGISTER HERE
PHEAA January 2021 Update CLICK HERE
2021 WINTER KEYSTONE EXAM MAKE-UP SCHEDULE: CLICK HERE
PHEAA December 2020 Update CLICK HERE
SUN AREA Technical Institute Applications for the 2021 – 2022 school year are now available in the Guidance Office or HERE.
JUNIORS: On Friday, January 15th during Seal Time, a virtual presentation by a representative from the PA Free Enterprise Week will be available for anyone interested in this exceptional program. This award winning program, provides an extraordinary opportunity for juniors and sophomores to learn more about the business world, work in a cooperative group, and spend a week on a college campus during the summer. Relationships are developed and college scholarships may be earned as participants experience the responsibilities associated with earning a profit in business, developing and marketing a product, and learning successful business practices from business leaders in Pennsylvania.
Sign up now in the Guidance Office to experience this virtual presentation or send your counselor an email about your interest in the program by January 8, 2021.
Applications are now being accepted for the Pennsylvania Governor’s School for the Sciences at Carnegie Mellon University. DEADLINE is January 31, 2021. CLICK HERE
If you are thinking about attending the SUN Area Technical Institute your senior year here is a great promotional video explaining the programs available for interested students: CLICK HERE
If you missed it, here is the information that was presented by PHEAA for our Financial Aid Night that was held on November 3, 2020! CLICK HERE
12th GRADE COLLEGE PREP CHECKLIST:CLICK HERE
SPOTLIGHT ON MANUFACTURING: Hosted by Pennsylvania College of Technology CLICK HERE
ESSAY CONTEST: This year, the Greater Susquehanna Valley Chamber Commerce Business and Education committee will once again be participating in an essay contest for National Education week. This contest is designed to get students thinking about how schools should best prepare them to be college and career ready after high school.
This contest is open to all high school juniors and seniors in participating schools in the Chamber’s four-county footprint. As an incentive to students, contest winner(s) will receive a cash prize (dependent on sponsorships received). Their winning entries will be published in the November issue of Voice of the Valley, the Chamber’s monthly newsletter available in The Daily Item. This is the Chamber’s way of participating in National Education Week.
The writing prompt, requirements and deadline are all included on the attached application.
Please send the completed essays and applications as a Word document to Chris Lupolt @ firstname.lastname@example.org .
All essays and applications must be received by the Guidance Office no later than Monday October 5, 2020. If an essay is received past the deadline, it will not be included in the judging process.
APPLICATION: Click here
FINANCIAL AID NIGHT! Join us for a virtual Financial Aid Night presentation conducted by PA Higher Education Assistance Agency (PHEAA). This presentation provides an early understanding of the financial aid process. Participants will gain an understanding of the types and sources of aid available to help cover the cost of attendance at post-secondary schools. Participants will also learn how to apply for financial aid, including the Free Application for Federal Student Aid (FAFSA®), which is required to determine eligibility for most student aid programs, such as the Pennsylvania State Grant, Federal Pell Grant, institutional awards, and federal student and parent loans.
PHEAA Financial Aid Presentation
Date: November 3, 2020
Time: 6:00 PM
To attend the webinar: Click here
KEYSTONE INFORMATION! The following link will allow you to access the PDE website containing information about the STATEWIDE HIGH SCHOOL GRADUATION REQUIREMENT: PDE
Information for Parent or Guardians about the Keystone Exams: Click here
Information recently sent to seniors concerning a variety of topics about their final year here at SAHS: Click here
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:
|Chris Lupolt||Robert Whyne||Lynn Aurand|
|Students with last names beginning: A-G||Students with last names beginning: H-O||Students with last names beginning: P-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
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|