Guidance Department Announcements
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The guidance department has revamped their twitter page! Check it out @case_guidance
We Need You!!
The guidance department is looking for Case High School graduates that are currently in the workforce and would like to come back and speak to current students. Please reach out to us if you would like to share your experiences with our students. Feel free to email firstname.lastname@example.org with any questions.
Please contact Mrs. Cronin at 508-675-0568 X4619 or email@example.com for a transcript request. Please allow at least twenty-four hours for a request to be completed. In some cases a Release of Information form may need to be signed.
Financial Aid Toolkit
The Financial Aid Toolkit, available at FinancialAidToolkit.ed.gov, consolidates financial aid resources and content into a searchable online database, making it easy for individuals to quickly access the information they need.
If any student wants to participate in NCAA Division 1 or II athletics, they need to be certified by the NCAA Eligibility Center. Students must qualify academically and be cleared as an amateur student-athlete. For more information visit www.eligibilitycenter.org.
The school code for Joseph Case High School is:
Students who are not maintaining the standard established by the eligibility requirement completion for interscholastic or extra-curricular activities are placed on academic probation. The minimum standard is 3 C's, 2 D's and full credit in their major subjects. To be eligible for the fall extracurricular activities, a student must have passed at least five (5) full time subjects with a minimum of 3 C's, 2 D's and full credit in their final grades of the previous academic year. Eligibility status does not change until report cards are published. This policy does not include incoming freshman.
All ninth grade students maintaining a D or an F at the mid-quarter of the first marking period will receive a warning notice. This process will be implemented only during the first quarter freshman year.
Ninth-grade students who are failing a core subject will be placed on academic probation. Academic probation is defined as that period of time between mid-quarter and the end of the first term where a student will be allowed to participate but must raise his/her grades to the new standard. If the student does not raise his/her grades by the end of the quarter, he/she will be declared ineligible for all extra-curricular activities. A letter will be sent to the student's parents notifying them of the probationary period and also informing them of the tutorial program at the high school The student will also meet with his/her counselor. All coaches and advisors will be notified of students' academic probation.
For more information please see page 31 of the Student Agenda Book. Parents/Guardians are always encouraged to contact individual teachers if they have particular concerns by calling the main office at 508-675-7483 or e-mail through the schools' website at www.swanseaschools.org.
AP Exams 2017-2018
AP exams will be administered at Joseph Case High School on May 7-18, 2018. The test fee will be announced soon. Students must pay the test fee by October 31, 2017 so the tests can be ordered. Those students taking multiple tests must indicate the subjects of the tests on the check. All checks should be made payable to Joseph Case High School.
For more information please contact Karen Fisher at 508-675-0568 X4617.
Joseph Case High College Visitation Protocol
Date: September 2017
Please scroll to the bottom of the page to view the College Visit Protocol under Informational Links.
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