Transcript requests for current seniors should be made in person by completing a transcript request form in the guidance office or log in to your Naviance account by clicking on Naviance
Transcript requests for graduates should be made in writing and mailed, faxed, or delivered in person to the main high school office.
For state financial aid, FAFSA, and NCAA Clearinghouse information click here.
The High School Guidance Office strives to support students, parents, and teachers in implementing our school’s mission of equipping the next generation by pursuing a Christ-centered world and life view. Services provided by the guidance office include administration of all testing for grades 7 through 12, coordinating teacher and student class schedules, maintaining student records, and producing quarterly student report cards.
The guidance office strives to maintain an open door policy to provide confidential counseling to students and parents as issues arise. In every situation, God’s view of life, as we understand it in Scripture, serves as the guiding principle for sound professional counseling.
A primary focus of the guidance office is to assist students in the college search process. In this process, information and activities are provided which include a major college fair and financial aid workshop. College recruiters are hosted on campus throughout the year to meet with seniors as well as underclassmen. Additionally, the office is available for individual assistance at every stage of the college application process.
For ACT and SAT testing information and preparation resources, go to testing information. For college planning and to find when college recruiters will be on campus, go to college information. Financial assistance information can be found at scholarships and financial aid.
If you still need some assistance in deciding the career path or goals for your life, Useful Links may be of some help.
April Dye, High School Counselor
Guidance Office: 662-349-5085
High School Office: 662-349-5073