Welcome to the High School Guidance Department


PHEAA – Financial Aid Webinars:

Learn about education loans – which loan is right for me

I’ve found the schools I’d like to attend and after filing the FAFSA, State Grant Form, Scholarships and researching higher education costs and calculating the funding gap, I see that education loans are a necessity but where do I go from here?  What loan programs are available?  What are the advantages and disadvantage of the various types?  Join Financial Aid experts Linda Pacewicz and Dan Wray of the Pennsylvania Higher Education Assistance Agency (PHEAA) for a 1 hour webinar to review the different borrowing options and examine the details associated with each option.  Linda and Dan will answer your questions as you sort out the information and make decisions that are right for you and your family.

 October 5th Tuesday – Noon, lunch and learn;     October 14th Thursday – 6:30pm;      October 21st – Noon, lunch and learn

Financial Aid Timeline – know what to do when

Follow financial aid experts Linda Pacewicz and Dan Wray of PHEAA’s PAForward program as they guide you along the exciting (and sometimes bumpy) road to an affordable higher education.  The journey will begin before high school and end in the land of education loan repayment – or maybe even education loan forgiveness.  One thing is for certain: it’s never to early to start preparing for a successful higher education experience.  This 1 hour presentation will provide the starting points and web resources- for effective research before, during and after your student makes postsecondary decisions.  Know what to expect and to plan for it is the key.  Failing to plan, is planning to fail!

October 12th Tuesday, 6:30pm;     October 19th – Noon, lunch and learn;     October 28th, Thursday, 6:30pm

Register at or —   PHEAA webinar events


SUN Tech Open House Information: CLICK HERE

PHEAA Financial Aid Information CLICK HERE

Greater Susquehanna Valley Chamber of Commerce’s Business and Education Essay Contest Application CLICK HERE



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 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

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