Keep track of all upcoming guidance events.
College-bound juniors and seniors, make plans to attend the financial aid night with your parents on September 30 at 7:00PM at Edgerton High School in the Commons.
The Mental Health Awareness campaign #YouAreEnough kicked off last week with decorated sidewalks, locker notes, and self-care reminders. It is important to remove the stigma associated with mental illness, and the best way to do that is by learning more about it. Remember to celebrate one another all year long as we draw attention to the importance of good mental health.
Interesting in learning more about area manufacturing? Eight upperclassmen have the opportunity to attend this local event.
Are you a sophomore who is interested in developing your leadership skills? Participate in this nationally recognized leadership program. Applications are in Mrs. Stark's side office, and are due November 26, 2019.
Earn a scholarship of up to $30,000 by competing in the Voice of Democracy audio competition on your thoughts about "What Makes America Great." 9th through 12th grade students are eligible. Deadline is October 31st.
Parents in the Know! helps give parents the tools to raise their kids substance free. This is the first article in a two part series on how to help your child manage mean relationships.
Parents in the Know! helps give parents the tools to raise their kids substance free. This is the second article in a two part series on how to help your child manage mean relationships.
The ASVAB Career Exploration Program helps young people identify their skills and interests, explore occupations, and develop post-secondary plans to realize those goals. Sign ups are in Mrs. Stark's side office. The ASVAB is scheduled for November 6th in the morning at school.
Text 4hope to 741741 for a free, confidential crisis text line that is available 24/7.
Work with a memory care resident to create beautiful, abstract art.
Ensuring the American Dream for Future Generations on Horatio Alger Association Students…
Graduation requirements have changed for the Class of 2023 and beyond. Click for updated information from the Ohio Department of Education.
Graduation requirements have changed for the Class of 2021 and 2022. Click for updated information from the Ohio Department of Education.
As a student who entered grade 9 between July 1, 2016, and June 30, 2017, you have multiple pathways to earn a high school diploma so that you can move on to your next steps in education or a career.