Course Registration for 2022-2023
Students registered for courses for the 2022-23 school year during advisor group times on February 1 and 3. Counselors have been working with students who were absent for the online portion, as well as those who were not able to complete the process. It is our desire to create the best possible schedule for each student. When you receive your schedule, please look it over closely, making sure it is good for the entire year. If changes are needed, see your Guidance Counselor.
College & Career Planning Information
Mrs. Leaman is available to meet with Juniors to have conversation about college and career options. Stop in the Guidance Office if you have questions about the college search process, SAT scores, choosing a major, career opportunities, etc. She is also available to discuss course selection for the senior year.
The SAT should be taken by college-bound students in the spring of their junior year or fall of their senior year. The easiest way to register for the SAT is online at www.Collegeboard.com. Students should set up an account with College Board. This will give them access to many tools that are available to support SAT preparation and the college search. There are also helps for parents. This is a recommended site for college-bound students and their parents.
SAT testing dates and registration deadlines are as follows:
Test Date Registration Deadline
May 7, 2022 April 8, 2022
June 4, 2022 May 5, 2022
Any sophomore or junior in learning support who has not been to the guidance office to request the paperwork for SAT accommodations should do so as soon as possible. The process with the College Board can take as long as 8 to 12 weeks. Current educational testing is a requirement for the accommodation request to be approved. It is recommended that educational testing be no more than 3 years old for college services.
Resources Available in the Guidance Office
Scholarship List: The Guidance Office has a list of scholarships. Here is just a sampling of a few that are listed:
- Doris S. Heileman Scholarship
- Everence College Scholarship
- Anna M. Vincent Scholarship
- North Penn Area Scholarship Fund
- Care & Share Thrift Shoppes Student Volunteer Scholarship
- Souderton-Telford Rotary Club Business, Arts, & Humanities and STEM Scholarships
Local Contests: These opportunities are for all high school students!
- The Rotary Clubs Four-Way Test Speech Contest
- Mennonite Central Committee (MCC) High School Essay and Video Contest
- Gettysburg College Second Annual Georges Lieber Essay Contest on Resistance
Coming Soon……Summer Opportunities: We will have information on summer educational, travel, service, and work opportunities for students, such as:
- Academic Programs at local colleges
- Pennsylvania Free Enterprise Week
- Summer Camp opportunities
Students are welcome to stop by the Guidance Office and check out these resources anytime!