Tippecanoe High School Counseling OfficeSCHOOL CEEB#364-995
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Students, during this school closure we still care for your mental health and well-being! Please take advantage of these activities and resources from home. We are still working remotely during school hours and are available via email and google hangout.
AP Exam Update
College Credit Plus Update 4/16From Sinclair Coomunity College: Due to Covid-19 the State of Ohio has made policy changes for the CCP Program. Students may become eligible for CCP if they have a current GPA of 3.0 or higher. We are reviewing this for all new applicants based on information received by your school districts. Students will be notified of their status and if needed, Remote Testing Instructions will be given for those still needing to test. Letters and emails will be going out to students effected by this policy change soon. Please continue to check the Student Information section at www.sinclairprepared.com. If you have more questions after reading the FAQ's contact the CCP office by emailing your CCP Coordinator or our general inbox at firstname.lastname@example.org. Thank you for your patience as we navigate how to best serve our students during this time.From Edison State Community College: Edison State GuidelinesPlease note that the Intent to Participate form can be found below and is due by May 1st. Please review the powerpoint and initial that you have reviewed the program's guidelines. Please scan that to email@example.com . You must have applied to the college of your choice by May 1st.
The School Counseling Department takes an active role in providing academic, career and personal development support and assistance to all students at Tippecanoe High School.
Counselors work with students, parents and teachers to enable students to make the most of their opportunities and educational experience at Tippecanoe. Counselors facilitate individual, as well as group programs, to enable students to become aware of responsibilities, skills, resources and abilities needed to become lifelong learners, productive workers and successful citizens.
Students are encouraged to take advantage of the counseling services at Tippecanoe and consult their counselor with their social/personal concerns as well as career and college plans. When students need to see their counselor an appointment will be made as soon as possible during the student’s study hall or at a time that least interferes with the student’s academic classes. If there is an emergency situation the student will be seen without an appointment.
All teachers are encouraged to refer students to the counselors whenever there is a concern or need. In addition, counselors are available to assist teachers whenever needed. Counselors will upon request prepare an academic profile of the student, including applicable ability/achievement test scores, grade history, etc.