Students have been preparing for End-of-Course throughout this year in their various classes. Over the course of a student’s high school career, they are required to take an end of course assessment in the following subjects*:
- Language Arts I (9th grade)
- Language Arts II (10th grade)
- American History
- American Government
The state of Ohio requires an accumulation of eighteen points on these assessments in order to graduate under the test provision. Each test score can earn you up to five graduation points. You must have a minimum of four points in math, four points in English and six points across science and social studies.
This spring the testing schedule will be as follows:
Buses will run a normal schedule on two hour delay day. Students not testing will report to school on a two hour delay schedule. Students can refer to the rosters hung up by the main office to verify what tests they will be taking and their room assignments. Please help insure your student get a good night of sleep and eats a good breakfast in an effort to have them reach their peak performance on each test.
Any questions about the current status of AIR testing and total points for graduation can be directed to your school counselor. The office phone number is (937) 494-2080 and emails are listed below.
CCP / Edison State Community College Rep Sign Up
Parents/Students- Use the Link below to reach out to Christina Raterman regarding CCP credits, eligibility, and pathways.
Please take a look at our Monthly Counseling Newsletter for important information and upcoming dates!
2019 May Newsletter
2019 April Newsletter
2019 March Newsletter
2019 February Newsletter
2019 January Newsletter
2018 December Newsletter
2018 November Newsletter
2018 October Newsletter
2018 September Newsletter
2018 August Newsletter
Scholarships for 2018/2019
Scholarship Flyer (March)
Scholarship Flyer (April)
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**Students, please check your SHS email often! The counseling department will be sending important information to you this way.
Sidney High School Counseling Department Mission Statement:
The mission of the Sidney High School counseling department is to provide counseling to students using a comprehensive curriculum in the domains of academics, college & career readiness, and social & personal issues so that we can prepare our students for their future endeavors.
Sidney High School Counseling Department Vision Statement:
With the latest information on academics, college and career readiness, and social/personal issues, our school counselors serve as a ready resource for Yellow Jacket students who need advice or encouragement. The counseling department also partners with students’ parents, teachers, administrators and our community to make sure the best resources are available to help students become lifelong learners, productive workers, and responsible citizens.
Students are encouraged to take advantage of the resources offered by the Sidney High School counselors. They are welcome to make an appointment with their counselor at any time during the school day.
School Counselor A-F
Direct - 937-494-2001 x1128
School Counselor G-O
Direct - 937-494-2001 x1129
School Counselor P-Z
Direct - 937-494-2001 x1127
Counseling Office Secretary