Senior Calendars:  Click on the Links below for full PDF versions of the Senior Monthly Calendars:

Attention Transcript

If you are a current student at Warren G. Harding High School and need your transcripts, click here for directions on how to obtain them through Naviance.

If you are a past student please call the guidance office at 330-841-2316 ext. 2488 for assistance in retrieving your transcripts.

 

Click Here to sign up for Progress Book.

 

Warren City School's W Logo as a link to request a Progress Book account.

SAT/ACT Test

When signing up for the SAT or ACT use Warren Harding High School Code: 365-335

Guidance Newsletters

Click on the Links below for a full PDF version of the W.G.H. Guidance Newsletter:

 January 2020

December 2019
November 2019

 

Senior Information

*Within 5 years, could make $38.63/hour AND get paid while you train!
 
*Could earn a debt-free college degree while training!  
*Free construction certifications
*Learn more on March 26
 
FAFSA resource guide   The FAFSA – What is it?  Why do I need it?  How do I fill it out?  Click HERE!
 
FAFSA Follow-up Guide I completed the FAFSA; what do I do now?  Click Here.
 
Choffin Career Center is taking applications for their Dental Assistant program
 
 Ohio Technical College in Cleveland has a formal visit day each month.  See attached flyer for dates and contact info. There are several dates for the fall of 2019.
 

Honors Diploma:  Seniors applying for an honors diploma please have your application in to guidance by January 11, 2020.

The Ohio State University:  The Deadline to Apply for OSU’s Merit scholarships is November 1st.  Click Here for more information.

Cement Masons and Plasterers ApprenticeshipThey often will work with you, even if you don’t have a diploma yet!   Can earn $26.68 hourly plus benefits upon completion of the apprenticeship.   

Are you interested in Joining the Military after graduating?  Click here to read about the steps you must take if you want to enlist

Read about the different careers available through the military. 

Scholarship Information

Scholarship application with pen, notebooks and papersClick on the links below to learn more about the Scholarships offered to the Class of 2020: 

*senior enrolling in a 2 or 4 year college
*2.5 GPA
*Black, Multi-racial, or of Pan-African descent
*Interview required for finalists
*non-renewable, but may apply for a second year
*May NOT be a child of a current Youngstown Chapter member
*Due to Guidance 3/9
 
*several awards on one application
*3.0 GPA (most of them)
*NOT just for women
*targeting students entering teacher, healthcare, and art
*short essay
*must provide proof of college acceptance
*Due to Guidance 2/14
 
*ALL WCS seniors planning any post-secondary training
*Awards vary
*Due to Guidance 1/27
 
*Multiple $800 awards
*Need AND Merit based
*Due to Guidance 3/23 
 
Wolves (due to Guidance March 2, 2020)
*seniors attending a post-secondary institution
*will be asked to document financial need (FAFSA)
*may be asked to interview
 
Wolves ACIM (due to Guidance March 2, 2020)
*seniors attending a post-secondary institution
* must be of Italian-American descent
 
717 Credit Union is offering several specific scholarships. All are due to Guidance by February 24. Scholarships are typically $1,500 non-renewable. All require a 3.0 GPA, essay, and 2 letters of recommendation.
Click Here for general information about the 717 scholarships.
Click on the individual links below for specific scholarship applications:
 
Edge Savings Club–must be a member of the Edge (ages 18-25) attending any accredited post-secondary institution.  Click Here
 
ChaChing Savings Club–must be a member of ChaChing (up to age 17) attending any accredited post-secondary institution. Click Here
 
University specific awards for students attending Akron, YSU, Kent Main or a Kent Branch.  Students do NOT need to be a member of 717, but will open an account upon winning the scholarship. Click on the following links:
 
 
  
 
 

Guidance Information

A quick look at Testing here at WGH:  WGH Testing

ACT Vs. SAT:  Act-Sat-Comparison-Chart 

Types of Financial Aid:  WGH  Loan Info

Financial Aid Lingo:  WGH Financial Aid Lingo

Guidance Forms

There are many forms used by our Guidance Counselors when assisting students.  Copies of these forms are available in the Guidance Office (3104) as well as in PDF form below:

Honors Diploma

PE Waiver

 

Guidance Department Staff

Guidance Secretary
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Counselor/Test Coordinator
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Counselor
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Special Education Services

Transition to Work
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Supervisor of Special Education
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Case Manager
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Special Education Secretary
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Grade Level Status

For the official records, credits earned determine grade level placement. Grade level placement will be determined in the following manner:

      • Freshman 4.75 credits and below
      • Sophomore 5 – 10 credits
      • Junior 10.25 – 16.75 credits
      • Senior 17 or more credits

NCAA Resources

Warren G. Harding High School Graduation Requirements:

Graduation Requirements include the specific Credit Hours  described below PLUS an assessment as also described below:

21 Total Credits:

      • Four (4) credits in English
      • One half (.5) credit of Health
      • Four (4) credits in Math – must include 1 unit of algebra II or the equivalent of algebra II.
      • One half (.5) credit of Physical Education – ½ unit requires (2) PE classes.
      • Three (3) credits in Science (Physical, Biology) – Science units must include 1 unit of physical sciences, 1 unit of life sciences, and 1 unit advanced study in one or more of the following sciences: chemistry, physics, or other physical science; advanced biology or other life science; astronomy, physical geology, or other earth or space science.
      • Three (3) credits in Social Studies (World Studies, U.S. History, Government) – Social Studies units must include 1 unit of American History and 1 unit of American Government.
      • One half (.5) credit of Financial Literacy (embedded in American Government course)
      • One (1) credit Fine Arts
      • Five (5) Elective Credits

Assessment Options: End of Course Exams, ACT, SAT,or Industrial Credentialing

  • End of Course Exams (5points available on each exam):
    • 4 Pts from ELA I and ELA II
    • 4 Pts from Algebra I and Geometry
    • 10 Pts from Biology (or Physical Science for the class of 2018 only), American History, and American Government.
    • 18 Total Points
  • ACT
    • A score of 22 in Reading
    • A score of 18 in English
    • A score of 22 in Math
  • SAT
    • A score of 480 in EBRW
    • A score of 530 in Math