Our wonderful guidance department is fully committed and dedicated to assisting every student achieve maximum success and helping our students reach their college goals. If you cannot find what you are looking for on this page or just need to have someone to listen to or discuss a concern, please contact one of our staff members; we are here for you!
Use these websites to your advantage. We want to provide you with the resources we think will promote your academic success. The first is Khan Academy. This website offers tutorials for math and science lessons. They are really well-done, easy to follow, and detailed enough for students to pick up on information they may have missed during class. The second site is Consumer Reports. This site offers the latest data available on colleges.
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Gwen Hodson - Director of Guidance
Meylissa Stanley - Counselor
Students, we strive to help you prepare for advancement through each grade level and ultimately graduation and on to higher learning. We are serious about your success. The information on this page will help you remain focused on the reason you are here: to do well in high school and gain the knowledge you will need to excel in your studies and reach your goals.
A student determines his/her own progress toward graduation and receiving a diploma by completing required coursework, earning the necessary credits, and meeting the Graduation Qualifying Examination requirement. We only promote a student when he/she meets the necessary requirements or has completed the goals and objectives of an Individualized Education Plan (IEPL). It is the student's responsibility to keep in contact with his/her counselor and teachers to ensure that he/she is meeting all requirements. Information about credits and course requirements is available in the guidance office. A counselor will be pleased to answer any questions.
The Indiana State Board of Education allows students four options regarding course and credits for earning their high school diploma. They are as follows: