• School counselors will begin the scheduling process with all students in grades 8 through 11 from the end of February through March.  Several meetings will be held to discuss career choices, course selections, and graduation requirements.  The end result of this process will produce completed course requests for the 2022-2023 school year.  Students will not be allowed to change course selections after April 1, 2022.  Students will meet individually with their school counselor to enter the selections.  The student will be given a proposed schedule at this time to be taken home and signed off on by the parent(s)/ guardian(s).  Please take the time to review the Course Selection Guide ahead of the individual meetings to make the best choices for future classes.

    2022-2023 Course Description Guide

    Juniors interested in learning about the Cooperative Education Program for Senior year can visit Miss Yanko's page for an application and more information. Please note that there are different requirements for CTE and non-CTE students.
    Junior Parent Night Presentation (please click on the icon for narration of various slides)
  • Wondering why you should take an AP course?
    You could save yourself lots of money with AP credits and
    Ask your counselor about both of these opportunities.
    Seniors - interested in CO-OP? Please see here:
    Please note that due to the COVID-19 Pandemic, student placement for Cooperative Education or Diversified Occupations cannot be guaranteed. We will work within the state mandated guidelines set forth at the beginning of the 2020-2021 school year. Please contact Miss Yanko if you have any questions at yankoj@dvsd.org
    DVCA (Delaware Valley Cyber Academy) Orientation Documents. Please print, sign, and return to counselor in order to receive your laptop or chromebook.