SHS Guidance Office
Welcome to the
Senior High Guidance Page!
Please use the links below to find helpful information related to scheduling, scholarships, senior projects, testing, and career planning.
Please click here for more information and links to scheduling forms.
Interested in attending LCCTC next year?
Any current 9th or 10 graders can visit their website for application or more information: www.lcctceagles.com.
Check out some of the shops here: https://www.lcctceagles.com/shops
Financial Aid and Scholarships
Follow this link for more information related to current scholarship opportunities and financial aid.
College Visits and Job Shadowing
Please submit a Post-Secondary Visitation / Job Shadow Form to the Guidance Office for approval for a college visit or job shadowing during the school day. NOTE: The form should be submitted (top section completed) PRIOR to visit or job shadow, and returned (bottom section completed) AFTER visit or job shadow.
College and Career Fairs
Check here for updated information related to career exploration activities for students.
For current sophomores (Class of 2025): The Business and Industry Career Fair 2022 will be held in person on October 13, 2022.
For current juniors and seniors (Classes of 2024 and 2023): Click College and Career Visit Schedule 8-30-22 to see who will be coming to Shenango and SIGN UP for Visits!
Are you interested in learning more about the United States Air Force:
Check out this video!
Are you interested in learning more about the United States Army Reserve college benefits?
Check out this link: Request Information | goarmy.com
Meet one of our area recruiters: Staff Sgt Champine
Class of 2023: Here is your SHS Senior Project Full Packet-Class 2023
The Keystone Exams are end-of-course assessments designed to evaluate proficiency in academic content. Students must demonstrate proficiency on the Algebra I, Literature, and Biology Keystone Exams to graduate or fulfill one of the other pathways provided to graduate. Students will be offered multiple opportunities to take the Keystones throughout their high school careers. Here is an infographic provided by the Pennsylvania Department of Education that outlines Pathways to Proficiency.
WINTER KEYSTONE EXAM INFORMATION (JANUARY 2023)
Testing Schedule is as follows:
Thursday, January 5th: Keystone Literature
Tuesday, January 10th: Keystone Algebra
Wednesday, January 11th: Keystone Biology
All testing will occur in the Information Center and Conference Rooms to minimize distraction and interruptions. Students will be provided with testing location information when we return from the holiday break.
Each exam is comprised of two modules. Students will be asked to complete one module in the morning session and one module in the afternoon session. All students will eat during “B Lunch” on the testing dates. Attendance is extremely important on these dates, as time is limited to make-up any missed modules.
General information related to the Keystone Exams appears here: Keystone Information for Parents and Guardians-Winter 22-23, as well as information about electronic devices and testing. Students will be reminded that electronic devices should not be brought to testing locations, and that any devices will be collected prior to testing.
In addition, the “Test Takers Code of Conduct-Winter 22-23” will be reviewed with students prior to testing, as it is essential that students understand the importance of each point.
Please do not hesitate to contact Mrs. Cavalier or Dr. McCormick with any questions or concerns at 724-658-5537.
View the 2022-2023 College Admissions and Advanced Placement Testing Calendar for more information related to PSAT, SAT, ACT, and AP Exams (deadlines, fees, registration).
We are very excited to announce the implementation of “SmartFutures,” Career Readiness programming for our students. Utilizing developmentally appropriate activities, counselors will assist students with finding their career pathways and compiling a career portfolio full of information related to interests and strengths; career acquisition, retention, and advancement; and post-secondary training opportunities. Watch for more information as we begin implementation of SmartFutures this year with students and families.
Here are some other great resources related to Career Exploration and Planning:
PA CareerGuide-25th edition
PA Career Zone
Career One Stop
To request an official high school transcript, or an unofficial copy of your transcript, please contact the Guidance Office at 724-658-5537, ext 3500, or email your request to email@example.com or firstname.lastname@example.org.