Mrs. Jamie May
Mrs. Jamie May is the Secretary to the School Counselor. Some of her duties include:
- Grading – Report cards/progress reports, etc.
- Transcripts, etc.
- Applying to college/financial aid, etc.
- Registrar/Student file maintenance
Mrs. May can be contacted in the following ways: Phone = 570-673-5134 ext. 339 or email firstname.lastname@example.org
for 4th MP of 2020-2021
|HONOR ROLL LIST 4th marking period|
|Honor Roll(s)||Grade||Last Name||First Name|
|First Honor Roll||7||Benson||Kylie|
|First Honor Roll||7||Colton||Isaiah|
|First Honor Roll||7||Gowin||Riley|
|First Honor Roll||7||Lee||Brenna|
|First Honor Roll||7||McGhee||Emmalee|
|First Honor Roll||7||McRoberts||Alexis|
|First Honor Roll||7||Pepper||Leland|
|First Honor Roll||7||Rockwell||Carson|
|First Honor Roll||7||Taylor||Reed|
|Second Honor Roll||7||Ault||Maxwell|
|Second Honor Roll||7||Crawley||Luke|
|Second Honor Roll||7||Jackson||Blake|
|Second Honor Roll||7||Landis||Kyli|
|First Honor Roll||8||Allen||Ava|
|First Honor Roll||8||Bastion||Audrey|
|First Honor Roll||8||Chaapel||Ashlynne|
|First Honor Roll||8||Colton||Zachariah|
|First Honor Roll||8||Engel||Tyler|
|First Honor Roll||8||Fitch||Benjamin|
|First Honor Roll||8||Frisbie||Lakota|
|First Honor Roll||8||Guindon||Thomas|
|First Honor Roll||8||Kitchen||Kendall|
|First Honor Roll||8||Landis||Madisyn|
|First Honor Roll||8||Pepper||Addilyn|
|First Honor Roll||8||Saltsman||Kylie|
|First Honor Roll||8||Schoonover||Isabel|
|First Honor Roll||8||Seeley||Aleecia|
|First Honor Roll||8||Vermilya||Lyle|
|First Honor Roll||8||Ward||Holden|
|First Honor Roll||8||Wesneski||Logan|
|First Honor Roll||8||Wile||Simon|
|First Honor Roll||8||Zeigler||Julian|
|Second Honor Roll||8||Halbfoerster||Audrey|
|Second Honor Roll||8||Kelley||Oliver|
|Second Honor Roll||8||McNeal-Buchanan||Madison|
|Second Honor Roll||8||Wesneski||Quincy|
|Second Honors Roll||8||Girardi||Trinity|
|Second Honors Roll||8||Mazza Wright||Sky|
|Second Honors Roll||8||Perry||Addison|
|First Honor Roll:||9||Bryington||Nicholas|
|First Honor Roll:||9||Drever||Lucas|
|First Honor Roll:||9||Driscoll||Mara|
|First Honor Roll:||9||Inman||Carrie|
|First Honor Roll:||9||Kapichok||Natalie|
|First Honor Roll:||9||Kilbourn||Kathryne|
|First Honor Roll:||9||Kilmer||Kylee|
|First Honor Roll:||9||Knecht||Kimber|
|First Honor Roll:||9||Landis||Cohen|
|First Honor Roll:||9||Parker||Addison|
|First Honor Roll:||9||Sakers||Raegan|
|First Honor Roll:||9||Sakers||Ryland|
|First Honor Roll:||9||Ward||Hudson|
|First Honor Roll:||9||Wesneski||Morgan|
|Second Honor Roll:||9||Joralemon||Kayla|
|Second Honor Roll:||9||Kinner||Maekenzi|
|Second Honor Roll:||9||Mahosky||Jason|
|Second Honor Roll:||9||Route||Lance|
|Second Honor Roll:||9||Walker||Peytin|
|First Honor Roll:||10||Allen||Austin|
|First Honor Roll:||10||Bellows||Weston|
|First Honor Roll:||10||Brackman||Hunter|
|First Honor Roll:||10||Butcher||Allyson|
|First Honor Roll:||10||Fitch||Gracie|
|First Honor Roll:||10||Fleury||Isaac|
|First Honor Roll:||10||Frisbie||Dylan|
|First Honor Roll:||10||Gleckner||Laney|
|First Honor Roll:||10||Gleckner||Lexie|
|First Honor Roll:||10||Hartford||Jillaney|
|First Honor Roll:||10||Kulp||Olivia|
|First Honor Roll:||10||Luner||Kylie|
|First Honor Roll:||10||McRoberts||Camille|
|First Honor Roll:||10||Morgan||Samantha|
|First Honor Roll:||10||Niemczyk||Laci|
|First Honor Roll:||10||Ostrander||Marissa|
|First Honor Roll:||10||Page Jr.||Dale|
|First Honor Roll:||10||Parker||Riley|
|First Honor Roll:||10||Payne||Anna|
|First Honor Roll:||10||Route||Aubree|
|First Honor Roll:||10||Spencer||Gabrielle|
|First Honor Roll:||10||Stone||Delaney|
|First Honor Roll:||10||Stone||Donovan|
|First Honor Roll:||10||Taylor||Brenen|
|First Honor Roll:||10||Thoren||Carolyn|
|First Honor Roll:||10||Tomlinson||Tabitha|
|First Honor Roll:||10||Ward||Molly|
|First Honor Roll:||10||Wesneski||Keri|
|First Honor Roll:||10||Williams||Aislyn|
|First Honor Roll:||10||Williams||Kaley|
|Second Honor Roll-||10||Ferguson||Bailey|
|Second Honor Roll-||10||Willow||Ashlynne|
|Second Honor Roll:||10||Carpenter||William|
|Second Honor Roll:||10||Henson||Mackenzie|
|Second Honor Roll:||10||Palmer||Aiden|
|Second Honor Roll:||10||Phillips||Vivianne|
|Second Honor Roll:||10||Porter||Mikal|
|Second Honor Roll:||10||Resavage||Forrest|
|Second Honor Roll:||10||Walmsley||Kaiden|
|First Honor Roll:||11||Allen||Mya|
|First Honor Roll:||11||Baldwin||Alexis|
|First Honor Roll:||11||Beers||Theresa|
|First Honor Roll:||11||Begg||Sarah|
|First Honor Roll:||11||Bobb||Tessa|
|First Honor Roll:||11||Byler||Chester|
|First Honor Roll:||11||Cole||Dustin|
|First Honor Roll:||11||Ditzel||Emily|
|First Honor Roll:||11||Eagleberger||Megan|
|First Honor Roll:||11||Foust||Conner|
|First Honor Roll:||11||Gilbert||Trisha|
|First Honor Roll:||11||Hess||Marissa|
|First Honor Roll:||11||Kitchen||Cooper|
|First Honor Roll:||11||Kropf||Melanie|
|First Honor Roll:||11||Landon||Kylie|
|First Honor Roll:||11||Martin||Rachel|
|First Honor Roll:||11||Mays||Morgan|
|First Honor Roll:||11||Morse||Gavin|
|First Honor Roll:||11||Rockwell||Ashton|
|First Honor Roll:||11||Shay||Katie|
|First Honor Roll:||11||Skipper||Michael|
|First Honor Roll:||11||Urban||Reed|
|First Honor Roll:||11||Ward||Emmi|
|First Honor Roll:||11||Williams||Caiden|
|First Honor Roll:||11||Williams||Olivia|
|Second Honor Roll-||11||Shultz||Mason|
|Second Honor Roll-||11||Zeigler||Alexia|
|Second Honor Roll:||11||Chaapel||Hunter|
|Second Honor Roll:||11||Davis||Conner|
|Second Honor Roll:||11||Fitch||Madison|
|Second Honor Roll:||11||Fuller||Hali|
|Second Honor Roll:||11||Gowin||William|
|Second Honor Roll:||11||Hughes||Kerrick|
|Second Honor Roll:||11||Smith||Felicity|
|First Honor Roll:||12||Bellows||Cameron|
|First Honor Roll:||12||Chaapel||Abigail|
|First Honor Roll:||12||Chamberlain||Lillian|
|First Honor Roll:||12||Cole||Brandon|
|First Honor Roll:||12||Covert||Gracie|
|First Honor Roll:||12||DeKnecht||Evert|
|First Honor Roll:||12||Ditzel||Emily|
|First Honor Roll:||12||Gleckner||Lauren|
|First Honor Roll:||12||Halbfoerster||Heidi|
|First Honor Roll:||12||Jannone||Tyler|
|First Honor Roll:||12||Kelley||Reagan|
|First Honor Roll:||12||Landis||Evan|
|First Honor Roll:||12||Landis||Isaac|
|First Honor Roll:||12||Larson||Maya|
|First Honor Roll:||12||Lehman||Miah|
|First Honor Roll:||12||Machmer||Emma|
|First Honor Roll:||12||Martell||Carmya|
|First Honor Roll:||12||Mead||Gracie|
|First Honor Roll:||12||Morse||Zoey|
|First Honor Roll:||12||Mosher||Brittany|
|First Honor Roll:||12||Phillips||Jordan|
|First Honor Roll:||12||Schoonover||Joel|
|First Honor Roll:||12||Shay||Jillian|
|First Honor Roll:||12||Smith||Lylah|
|First Honor Roll:||12||Smith||Rjae|
|First Honor Roll:||12||Weiskopff||Courteney|
|First Honor Roll:||12||Wengerd||Adam|
|Second Honor Roll-||12||Denham||Oceanna|
|Second Honor Roll-||12||Engel||Ethan|
|Second Honor Roll-||12||Knapp||Benjamin|
|Second Honor Roll-||12||Route||Carter|
|Second Honor Roll:||12||Gies||Cambria|
|Second Honor Roll:||12||Nybeck||Taylor|
|Second Honor Roll:||12||Pepper||Cy|
|Second Honor Roll:||12||Vroman||Bradley|
|Second Honor Roll:||12||Williams||Tyler|
Below are some additional resources for college readiness and tips.
Educational information and resources helping students determine their best career path options.
Another great resource for your students would be the College Resources by Major:
3/2/2021 Early Start Program at Mansfield University (ESP)
The Fall 2021 registration date is March 29, not May 29.
Early Start Program (ESP) Summer 2021 classes begin Monday, May 24, 2021 or Thursday, July 1, 2021.
The direct link to the ESP application for NEW students is https://apply.mansfield.edu/early-start-program/. You may also access the Early Start Program application by clicking on the Apply button located on any Mansfield webpage.
For currently enrolled ESP students, an email from the student to me including the Summer 2021 course information will suffice.
Attached a listing of available online courses for the Summer 2021 sessions. There is a space included in the application form for students to list the course(s) in which they wish to enroll.
Summer 2021 registration will begin on Monday, March 8, 2021.
Looking forward to Fall 2021, registration will begin on Monday, March 29, 2021.
Any students interested in developing their entrepreneurial skills and learning about running a small business?
The 1000 Dollar Experiment, a free weekly video series focused on fostering the skills needed to succeed in business.
See the attached flyer for more details and feel free to respond to this email with any questions.
The first of our free weekly video sessions will be posted on Thursday, March 4 at 7pm EST.
Host of The 1000 Dollar Experiment
PHEAA is offering two (2) virtual FAFSA Overview webinars in March for students and their families who may need help in completing the 2021-22 FAFSA application. This webinar will be very helpful to seniors who have not competed the FAFSA application. The first webinar will be offered on March 3, 2021 at 6:30 PM and the second webinar will be offered on March 24, 2021 at 6:30 PM. After each webinar PHEAA will have staff available to assist students and their families with any follow up questions they may have at that time. Student can call the toll free number at 1-800-722-8289. Details about the webinars and phone number are listed on the attached flyer. I hope you will share this flyer and information to promote these events to your students and their families. Please feel free to contact me if you have any questions.
Higher Education Access Partner – Northeast Region
PA Higher Education Assistance Agency (PHEAA)
717-956-8285 call ot text
Lackawanna College Open House and Instant Decision dates for the months of February and March are below.
Open House: Saturday March 6
Tuesday Feb 16
Thursday Feb 18
Tuesday March 16
Thursday March 18
Denise L. Bump, MSEd, BA
570-265-3449 ext. #2
1/21/2021 Corning Community College SENIORS CHECK THIS OUT!
I am writing to share a bit of exciting news. We have a new scholarship funded by SUNY CCC alum John M. Carroll. This scholarship seeks to identify potential recipient(s) who are heavily involved in student activities and leadership roles (as well as being a fairly strong student). We are also in conversations about how we can balance the scholarship offer with a leadership component which has not yet been finalized.
I am contacting you with the hopes that someone in your senior class comes to mind that you might consider referring to me. If you have a student in mind who has already taken ACE credits, or has already applied for admission - simply letting me know his or her name will suffice. If your student is unknown to SUNY CCC - please either ask that person to give me a call at 607-936-5516 or email me their contact information and I will reach out...
Sophomores and juniors, if you have an interest in business, communication, networking with others, and living on a college campus for a week in the summer, then, the Pennsylvania Free Enterprise Week may be for you. Fill out the PFEW application that is found online. PFEW has reserved spaces for you that are guaranteed until February 26th. If you have any questions, see Mrs. Knapp, Mrs. Segur, or Mrs. Watson.
FORMS / REQUESTS
Letter of Recommendation
If you need a person to write a letter of recommendation, please fill out this form and give it to them so they have something to write about you that is based on your education, activities, awards, volunteer work, etc.
Request for College / Military Visit
If you are a senior student in good standing academically you may use this permission slip to take 3 school days to visit colleges, universities and/or military and all other post secondary education facilities. Please let the office know that you will be out on (date) so that a phone call home is not sent for your absenteeism.
Request for Job Shadowing
If you are a senior student in good standing academically you may use this permission slip to take 3 school days to Job Shadow someone in the field of study you are interested in. Please let the office know that you will be out on (date) so that a phone call home is not sent for your absenteeism.
NORTHERN TIER CAREER CENTER
Click on this link, to learn more about the opportunities at NTCC.
Please view the below power point from the NTCC.
ATTN: 2021 Graduating Students (dual enrollment credit)
If your senior took dual-enrollment credits at CHS through Lackawanna College and/or Keystone College, then your student must request that his/her transcripts be sent from these colleges to the university/college that he/she is attending. On each college’s website, there is usually a form to fill out as well as a fee ($5-$10) to pay. Please make sure that you have paid the credit fees at these colleges but wait to request transcripts until the middle of June to ensure that all grades have been reported. Once these transcripts are sent, your student should receive those credits at his/her college so that he/she does not have to take those classes, and/or the credits may count as electives. Here are the website links:
Thanks for encouraging your student to take dual-enrollment classes, as this is a challenging yet cheaper way to achieve a goal!
HIGH SCHOOL STUDENT ASSISTANCE PROGRAM
The Student Assistance Program (SAP) at Canton Junior-Senior High School aids students who are experiencing difficulty in their academic pursuits. These difficulties may arise from social (peers), emotional (stress), and/or physical (drugs and alcohol) problems. This team is comprised of school personnel who respond to referrals about students who are referred by faculty, administration, parents, other students, or themselves. All information about the referral is confidential. Students are typically referred because they have exhibited noticeable changes in their academics, attendance, and/or behaviors.
Parents and community members are able to refer a student to SAP. If the need arises, you can get a referral form from the right here:
All you have to do is print it out, fill it out, and mail it or drop it off to Jessica Watson at the high school.
After the SAP team gets a referral, they investigate the issue further by gathering information from other faculty members. These faculty members complete a checklist for that student's observable behaviors, which consist of the following: sleepiness, drop in grades, change in appearance, change in social group, lack of interest, etc. After this information is compiled, the team must get parental and student permission so that the student can get the best possible help for his/her problem. The parent also has input by filling out a survey about his/her child, and this helps the team with issues related to the home environment. The SAP program is used as an intervention, not as a treatment or a cure. A referral to the team does not mean that a student is in trouble, but it does mean that he/she is going to get the best assistance possible so that he/she can be successful in his/her academic life. SAPs goal is to see that each student achieves his/her best success in his/her school endeavors.
This year the professionals who have been specially trained to be members of the SAP Team are:
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PENN STATE WILL BE TEST (SAT AND ACT) OPTIONAL THROUGH SUMMER/FALL OF 2023 AND THEN WILL BE REEVALUATED TO SEE IF THEY CONTINUE WITH THE OPTIONAL TESING.
FAFSA Completion Help
To help Pennsylvania families complete the FAFSA® PHEAA has partnered with PASFAA to conduct FAFSA Completion Help Events from October through April. These sessions are free to the public. Review the FAFSA checklist to view a list of the documents/information that families need to complete the FAFSA form.
PA State Grant Application
To be considered for a PA State Grant, students must complete the FAFSA. First-time applicants must also complete the State Grant Form (SGF), which gathers additional information needed for determining eligibility and financial need. The PA State Grant Form User Guide is available for your use in assisting students as they complete the SGF.
Military Family Education Program (MFEP)
Check out PHEAA’s newly launched MFEP webpage to learn about the program’s eligibility requirements, application process, and more.
Public Service Loan Forgiveness (PSLF) Help Tool
PSLF can be a confusing program to navigate, but it can be totally worth it if borrowers qualify. The Department of Education created the PSLF Help Tool to help borrowers understand and navigate the PSLF process better.
PHEAA’s FAFSA Toolkit contains items available for download as pdfs, including flyers, web banners, the FSA ID worksheet, social media posts, a reminder for parents, “I filed my FAFSA” cards, a FAFSA checklist, and FAFSA scam tips. All PHEAA materials and services are available free of charge.
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Test Dates for 20-21 School Year
April 17, 2021
Deadline March 12, 2021, Photo must be uploaded by April 9, 2021
June 12, 2021
Deadline May 7, 2021, Photo must be uploaded by April 9, 2021
With Essay= $68.00
Without Essay= $52.00
FEE WAIVER: If you think you may be eligible for a fee waiver, please stop in the guidance office and check. A fee waiver covers two (2) ACT test. A fee waiver does NOT cover the $30.00 late fee.
9/24/2020 SAT Prep Course
Test Dates for 20-21 School Year
March 13, 2021
Deadline February 12, 2021
With Essay= $64.50
Without Essay= $49.50
FEE WAIVER: If you think you may be eligible for a fee waiver, please stop in the guidance office and check. A fee waiver covers two (2) SAT test. A fee waiver does NOT cover the late fee or change of location fee.
**Remember there are other schools that MAY be offering these test (SAT and ACT) on other dates. Check when you are signing up.
Prep Links: Do NOT pay for anything!!!!!!!!
My name is Dale Campbell. I am an Academy Admissions Partner for the United States Coast Guard Academy. I am reaching out to you as a contact to the guidance department at your high school.
I wanted to make you aware that the US Coast Guard Academy has a one week summer program for rising seniors called the Academy Introduction Mission (AIM), where they are immersed in the Academy life. The on-line application for this program is now open. The application opens in February, and the deadline for application to this program is 1 April 2019. There are three one-week sessions. Exclusively for students preparing to enter their senior year of high school, AIM is now widely regarded as the most realistic service academy summer orientation program in the country. The program is intense and rewarding. More importantly, AIM will help you to discover if you possess the mind, body, and character to succeed at the U.S. Coast Guard Academy.
The Coast Guard Academy is an academically rigorous, highly selective four year military service academy leading to a bachelor’s degree and a commission in the United States Coast Guard. The Coast Guard Academy is the smallest of the five Federal Service Academies. As such, cadets receive individual attention from the faculty. As well, on graduation there is greater access to graduate school and flight training. Tuition, room, board and a stipend are paid for by the Department of Homeland Security. Following graduation, newly commissioned ensigns have a five year obligation to serve, although 4 out of 5 opt to serve longer due to job satisfaction. This is in part due to the varied humanitarian, regulatory, environmental and border security missions the Coast Guard carries out.
I am a member of the United States Coast Guard Auxiliary, and as such my position as an Academy Admissions Partner is volunteer. I will be happy to answer any questions you might have, meet with and interview prospective candidates, and can assist and advise students in the application process. Additional information and the on-line application can be found at www.uscga.edu. You may also call the Coast Guard Academy Admissions office at 800-883-8724. I can be reached by e-mail at email@example.com.
For information on all the programs for accession to the US Coast Guard, both enlistment and commissioning, go to www.gocoastguard.com. I may be able to answer general questions about enlistment.
Academy Admissions Partner
United States Coast Guard Academy
U.S. Air Force Programs for High School Juniors & Seniors are OPEN for acceptance.
When your students join the U.S. Air Force, they'll automatically be enrolled in the Community College of the Air Force. They'll earn college credits from the very first day of Basic Training and continue to earn credits while they gain on-the-job experience during Technical Training.
The Air Force is committed to providing a high standard of ongoing education, because educated Airmen are great Airmen.
We would like the opportunity to help your students discover their skills, earn a degree, learn to lead and take their career to the highest level.
Contact your local Air Force Recruiter below to discuss the opportunities that await your students and/or refer your students directly so we can help research their future plans and goals.
Aim High…Fly, Fight, Win!
Technical Sergeant Quinton Terrill
Air Force Representative
AIR NATIONAL GUARD
To learn more about opportunities with the https://www.canton.k12.pa.us/wp-content/uploads/2019/09/SKM_30819090513520.pdf, look over this brochure.
Students interested in the Coast Guard Academy
The Coast Guard Academy is an academically rigorous, highly selective four year military service academy leading to a bachelor’s degree and a commission in the United States Coast Guard. The Coast Guard Academy is the smallest of the five Federal Service Academies. As such, cadets receive individual attention from the faculty. As well, on graduation there is greater access to graduate school and flight training. Tuition, room, board and a stipend are paid for by the Department of Homeland Security. Following graduation, newly commissioned ensigns have a five year obligation to serve, although 4 out of 5 opt to serve longer due to job satisfaction. This is in part to the varied humanitarian, regulatory, environmental and border security missions the Coast Guard carries out.
For information on all the programs for accession to the Coast Guard, both enlistment and commissioning, go to www.gocoastguard.com. I am able to answer general questions about enlistment in the Coast Guard.
The Division I and Division II quick reference sheets have been updated to include the redesigned SAT concordance in the sliding scale. As you assist students and families, use these documents to help them better understand the required academic standards their student must meet. The “Division I Academic Requirements” and “Division II Academic Requirements” documents are both found on our Want to Play College Sports webpage under "Initial-Eligibility Toolkit," and on the High School Portal’s Resources Page under “Important New Rules.” Please feel free to download them (below) and share with your college-bound student-athletes and their families.
Student-Athlete Profile Account
When the NCAA Eligibility Center redesigned its registration website at www.eligibilitycenter.org , one of the most significant enhancements was the creation of the profile account. The profile account gives college-bound student-athletes the opportunity to make the best decision about their college choices earlier in their high school careers. Students may now choose from the traditional certification account for those wanting to attend and compete at Division I and II schools, or a free profile account for those attending Division III schools and students who are not yet sure at what school they want to attend and compete.
Registration for a profile account is free and easy. Students should expect 10 to 20 minutes to complete a profile account. Also, if a student with a profile account decides to compete at the Division I or II level, they can easily transition their profile account to a certification account. (A registration fee of $80 (domestic/Canada) or $135 (international) is required to begin the certification process.) Please encourage your freshmen student-athletes to register for a free profile account.
- The Guide for the College-Bound Student-Athlete is our most comprehensive student resource
- Our Initial-Eligibility Brochure provides a general overview of NCAA Eligibility Center requirements.
- Students can learn which NCAA division may be right for them by Comparing the three NCAA divisions.
High School Transcript Upload
To date, over 18,000 high schools have used the transcript upload feature available through the High School Portal to send more than 897,000 transcripts to the Eligibility Center.
We encourage you to continue using the upload feature for all preliminary and final transcripts for your students, as it significantly reduces processing time for student accounts. As a reminder, only transcripts in a PDF file format may be uploaded through the High School Portal. Any other document types will not be reviewed and could potentially hold up a student's evaluation. Also, when students register with the Eligibility Center, the student must accept the terms and conditions, which provides broad permission for all schools to share official high school transcripts and academic records with the Eligibility Center. Please click here to access a video tutorial on how to upload transcripts to the Eligibility Center.
Test Score Submission
For a student's academic certification to be processed, the student must have ACT or SAT scores submitted to the Eligibility Center directly from the testing agency. Test scores on a high school transcript will not be used. Students may take the ACT or the SAT an unlimited number of times prior to full-time collegiate enrollment, and the best score will be used in the final academic certification. Test scores are matched to the student's Eligibility Center account by name, date of birth and address.
Note: If a student took the SAT prior to or during March 2016 and then takes the current (redesigned SAT), the Eligibility Center will not combine section scores from the pre-March 2016 version and the current (redesigned) SAT when determining a student's initial eligibility. The Eligibility Center will only combine section scores from the same version of the test. Because the current SAT varies in design and measures different academic concepts than the previous SAT version (March 2016 and earlier), a numerical score on the current test may not be equivalent to the same numerical score on the redesigned test.
Please refer to the Division I and Division II Academic Requirements Brochures above, to help your students determine the core-course grade point average needed that meets their SAT or ACT sum score.
Free NCAA/NFHS Partnership Initial-Eligibility Online Course
The NCAA Eligibility Center, in partnership with the National Federation of State High School Associations (NFHS), has updated the NCAA Initial-Eligibility Course available through nfhslearn.com Counselors and coaches can visit NFHSLearn.com and complete the FREE initial-eligibility course. This interactive course familiarizes viewers with Division I and II academic requirements, as well as the Eligibility Center’s registration and certification processes required for college-bound student-athletes. It’s a great tool for you and your colleagues. Please pass it on!
Did you know Penn State Wilkes-Barre offers academic and non-academic services to students who qualify as first generation college students, meet financial guidelines, and/or are students with disabilities?
Penn State Wilkes-Barre is one of two PSU campuses which offers Student Success Services (SSS), a federally funded TRIO program, sponsored by the U.S. Department of Education. Program services include but are not limited to academic advising, math and writing tutoring, a textbook resource program, financial aid assistance, career counseling, academic, cultural and social activities, and campus transitioning.
If you have high school seniors who may benefit from applying to Penn State Wilkes-Barre, a small campus dedicated to student success, please contact the admissions office at 570-675-9238 and speak with an admissions counselor. For more information on the program, visit the Wilkes-Barre Student Support Services Page.