Hours & Information:
Phone: 386-822-6909 Ext. 23310
Student Services are available to students from 8:00am - 4:00pm daily.
Parents are asked to make appointments for the date and time they wish to have a conference by visiting the counselor page & clicking on the "website" link next their their counselor.
Students are assigned counselors by grade level with the exception of IB students.
Registration is from 8:15 am – 11:00 am Monday through Friday by appointment only.
Guidance News & Updates
*Seniors, click here for your Bright Futures Application.
YPP Community Service Workshops: Please see Mr. Delbrey
Training is mandatory prior to logging any hours. Please see below for more information on YPP Community Service Workshops.
In addition to meeting the Standard High School Diploma requirements, in order to earn the scholar designation, a student must satisfy the following requirements:
- 1 credit in Algebra 2
- Pass the Geometry EOC
- 1 credit in Statistics or an equally rigorous mathematics course
- Pass the Biology EOC
- 1 credit in Chemistry or Physics
- 1 credit in a science course equally rigorous to Chemistry or Physics
- Pass the U.S. History EOC
- 2 credits in the same world language
- Earn at least one credit in AP, IB, AICE or a Dual Enrollment course
In addition to the meeting the Standard High School Diploma requirements, in order to earn the merit designation, a student must satisfy the following requirement:
- Attain one or more industry certifications from the list established under s.1003.492. Florida Department of Education Industry Certifications
Florida Seal of Biliteracy
The Florida Seal of Biliteracy identifies students who have attained a certain level of proficiency in at least 2 languages by high school graduation. Its purpose is to recognize students who have learned language(s) in school, as well as those who have acquired language(s) outside of school.
The intention is to encourage our 21st century students to be prepared with the skills that will benefit them in the global marketplace, to recognize the value of world languages and cultures and to honor the diverse languages and cultures within our own community.
Students who have attained the Gold or Silver Seal of Biliteracy will receive the appropriate seal(s) for their diplomas. The following designations will also be printed on their high school transcripts:
- “G” for Gold Seal of Biliteracy
- “S” for Silver Seal of Biliteracy
- “B” for students who have earned 2 or more Seals of Biliteracy (demonstrated
proficiency in 2 or more languages, in addition to English).
- Gold Seal of Biliteracy: 4 or 5 on FSA plus 4 credits (3.0+) in a world language or the appropriate score on any of the approved assessments or portfolio.
- Silver Seal of Biliteracy: 3 on FSA plus 4 credits (3.0+) in a world language or the appropriate score on any of the approved assessments or portfolio.
YPP COMMUNITY SERVICE WORKSHOPS
YPP COMMUNITY SERVICE WORKSHOPS ON SELECT THURSDAYS
***Training is mandatory prior to logging volunteer hours***
More information can be found on the YPP Community Service Hours Training Page
Navigating your Financial Future
The Selective Service System and the registration requirement for America’s young men provide our Nation with a structure and a system of guidelines which will provide the most prompt, efficient, and equitable draft possible, if the country should need it. America’s leaders agree that despite the success of the All-Volunteer Force, registration with Selective Service must continue as a key component of national security strategy.
More info at: www.sss.gov
WHAT IS THE DIFFERENCE BETWEEN THE ACT AND THE SAT?
- Difference between the ACT and SAT EDITED.pdf (217.4 KBs)