Southington High School Profile
2017-2018 Program of Studies updated Jan. 18, 2017
2016-2017 Program of Studies
Advanced Placement Program Advantages PowerPoint
Junior Planning Night Presentation
2016 Financial Aid Night with Barnum Financial Group
Post Secondary Planning and College Application Process
SHS Club List
SAT Prep Summer Enrichment
College Application Checklist
2017-2018 Course Selection Sheets
Course Selection Process Timeline
Course Credit Worksheet
Grade 9 Course Selection Worksheet
Grade 10 Course Selection Worksheet
Grade 11 course Selection Worksheet
Grade 12 Course Selection Worksheet
NCAA Eligibilty Center
2015-2016 NCAA Eligibile Courses
2016 Division I Academic Requirements
2018 Division II Academic Requirements
The Southington Public Schools' Comprehensive School Counseling Program is designed to address the developmental needs of all students. Through a planned and sequential program, each student will develop his/her individual potential in the areas of academic, personal/social, and career development. Beginning with the class of 2009, every Southington High School Student will develop a transition portfolio with the assistance of his/her school counselor. Respectful of individual differences, the program assists and supports students as they begin to understand themselves, develop decision making and problem solving skills, and plan for the future. Counselors function in a number of different capacities: counselor, consultant, teacher, manager and role model. Counselors work as a team in conjunction with teachers, administrators, parents and the community to assist students to be successful academically, and to develop into productive members of society.
2015-2016 SCHOOL COUNSELORS
JULIE ROBERTSON Ninth Grade Academy Counselors
DIRECTOR OF SCHOOL COUNSELING JESSICA ANTHONY MARK BUGNACKI GEOFFREY DAVIS DAVID GLEBALEE ANN MILLER
ELIZABETH VIENSJESSICA WALLACE
Nicole MonteiroDiane Angelillo
*Students will remain with their assigned counselor from grade 10 through graduation*
Southington Safe School Tipline – 860-637-2006
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