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Guidance

 Welcome to the Woodland Hills Junior Senior High School Guidance Webpage 

We encourage students and parents to access the many sources of information available through the Guidance Office either on line or directly through the school. Resources available include: Guidance Calendar, scholarship information, college and financial aid information, SAT/ACT testing dates, NCAA, FAFSA information and procedures for ensuring that college applications are processed and sent in a timely manner.
 

To reach a counselor or guidance secretary, please refer to the following information:

 

 

EMAIL

EXTENSION

Grade Level    7 & 8

 

 

Counselor: Mrs. T. Weaver

weavtr@whsd.net

x5138

Secretary: L. McNutt

mcnuli@whsd.net

x5126

 

 

 

Grade Level 9 (K-Z) & 10

 

 

Counselor: Ms. A. Shannon

shanas@whsd.net

x5136

Secretary:   R. Schoenthal

schoro@whsd.net

x5130

 

 

 

Grade Level 9 (A-J) & 11

 

 

Counselor: Mr. J. Brand

branje@whsd.net

x5132

Secretary:   R. Schoenthal

schoro@whsd.net

x5130

 

 

 

Grade Level   12

 

 

Counselor: Mr. C. O’Grady

ograco@whsd.net

x5124

Secretary:   R. Schoenthal

schoro@whsd.net

x5130

 

UPDATES:
 
2018-2019 WHJSHS Curriculum Guides

 

2018-2019 Forbes Road CTC Program of Studies Booklet


 
RECENT NEWS AND EVENTS:
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
REMINDER:

 

 

 
 
 
-Paying For College Resource Guide: 2017-2018 (Includes Scholarships, Internships, Fellowships, Resource Books, and Websites)
 
 

Additional Info

College Board Code:

393659

 

Curriculum Guides:

2018-2019 WHJSHS Curriculum Guides

2018-2019 Forbes Road CTC Program of Studies Booklet


NEWSLETTERS:
 

Scholarship Information:

Pennsylvania College and University Scholarships

Free Scholarship Searches: At this site you will find the links to more than 40 free scholarship search sites.

Paying for College Resource Guide: 2015/2016 (Includes Scholarships, Internships, Fellowships, Resource Books, and Websites)

Official Transcripts:

Information

Forms:

Activities Update Form:
College Admissions Calendar:
College Visitation Form:
Job Shadowing Form:
Parent Brag Sheet:
Release of Information Form:
SAT Testing Dates:
Student Brag Sheet:
Teacher Recommendation Form:

LINKS:

Bridges: A career and education planning device that is available to both students and parents. Students are able to obtain valuable information as they explore all their career options and make plans for their post secondary education and training.

Pacareerzone.org: Assess Yourself, Explore Job Families, and Budget Your Life


College Board: Register for the SAT and SAT practice; Plan for College, Find a College, Apply to College, and Pay for College.

Education Planner: Helps students and their families discover, decide, prepare, select, apply, and pay for their post secondary education and training.

FAFSA: Free Application for Federal Student Aid

FAFSA Forecaster: Provides you with an early estimate of your eligibility for federal student aid.

Federal Student Aid Gateway: The source for free information, guidance and tools for federal student assistance.

NCAA: National Collegiate Athletic Association: Eligibility center for college bound student athletes.

PHEAA: Pennsylvania Higher Education Assistance Agency

Websites for Post Secondary Education and Scholarships:

CAREER CENTER:

Building and Construction Trades: Apprenticeship programs through the Builders Guild of Western Pennsylvania.

Career Center Information

Career Center Standards

Career Link Pittsburgh: Offices Downtown, Forest Hills, Robinson Township, and Southside

Imagine Pittsburgh: Imagine your opportunities, Over 20,000 jobs and internships available now.

National Center for Education Statistics: U.S. Department of Education Institute of Education Sciences.

Pennsylvania Career Education and Work Standards:

  1. Career Awareness and Preparation
  2. Career Acquisition (Getting a Job)
  3. Career Retention and Advancement
  4. Entrepreneurship

Pennsylvania Career Guide

Pennsylvania High Priority Occupations 2014-2015: Job categories that are in demand by employers, have higher skill needs, and are most likely to provide family sustaining wages.

Pennsylvania Occupational Wages

Three Rivers Workforce Investment Board: Informs decision making on local and regional development to ensure that current and future market needs of businesses and job seekers are met.