|Counselor Name – e-mail / phone extension||Students Last Name|
|Autumn Cole||Social Workeremail@example.com||20140|
|Kayla Dinkelmann||Social Work Counselorfirstname.lastname@example.org||20121|
|Dave Lewis||Social Workeremail@example.com||20142|
|Kristy Mitchell||Social Worker Counselorfirstname.lastname@example.org||20109|
Other Support Staff
|Liz Bray||Speech Pathologistemail@example.com||20143|
|Paul Jackson||Guidance Secretaryfirstname.lastname@example.org||20130|
|Mary Emerick||Special Education Secretaryemail@example.com||20108|
Guidance Office Fax: (618)-659-1744
- EARLY GRAD FORM
- Junior Grad form
- Worker’s Permit Applications can be picked up in the Guidance Office
- Interrelated Cooperative Class : Information Application
- Creating Entrepreneurial Opportunities: Edwardsville CEO
- Collinsville Area Vocational Center : CAVC Application 2022-23
Students should involve parents, teachers, and guidance counselors to insure their course selections are appropriate to their needs and interests.
In general, schedule changes are discouraged after school has begun. However, special circumstances may arise.
Track Changes: Students may request track changes from one ability level to another at any time during the first or third quarters. Parent permission and the permission of the respective teachers are required before a track change can be made.
Dropping a Course for a Study Hall: Students may request to drop a course and add a study hall at any time during the first five weeks of a semester without penalty, providing a study hall is not already in their schedule. If a student does have a study hall and still wishes to drop a course, a grade of “F” and no credit for the course will be reported and calculated for the student’s semester report card. Parent permission is required to drop a course and add a study hall. If a student drops a class after five weeks into the semester, a grade of “F” will be reported.
Section Changes: If a student wishes to make a section change, at least one of the following criteria must be met:
the student has taken and failed a course with the assigned teacher.
the student has had a documented conflict with the assigned teacher; or
the student has been enrolled into the wrong course for the intended subject area.
UPCOMING COLLEGE VISITS
Sign up for college visits by visiting the Guidance Office
- Saint Louis University, March 14, 9:20 -3rd Hour
- Greenville University, March 14, 11:50 – 5th Hour
- University of Alabama, March 14, 12:50 – 6th Hour
- University of Health Sciences and Pharmacy in St. Louis, March 17, 11:50 – 5th Hour
- Indiana State University, March 22, 9:01 – 3rd Hour
- McKendree University, April 13, 9:20 – 3rd Hour
- Horatio Alger Association Scholarships (Various Deadlines)
- Beta Sigma Psi Scholarships (Various Deadlines)
- 2023 NROTC Scholarship (Jan. of 2023)
- December 2022 Scholarship Newsletter (Various Deadlines)
- 2023 Scholarships for Minority Students (Various Deadlines)
- US Department of Veterans Affairs – Health Professionals Scholarships Program (HPSP) (Various Deadlines)
- Edwardsville Community Foundation Scholarships (Jan.31)
- ECF Scholarship List & Descriptions 2022-2023
- (available to pick up in the guidance office)
- ECF Scholarship List & Descriptions 2022-2023
- Scott Spouses’ Club Scholarship (Feb. 1)
- Community Bankers Association of Illinois Annual Essay Scholarship (Feb. 4)
- Future of STEM Scholars Initiative (FOSSI) Scholarship (Feb. 15)
- IAA Foundation Scholarships (Illinois Farm Bureau) (Feb. 15)
- 2023 Illinois School Counselor Association (ISCA) – Post-Secondary Scholarship (Feb. 17)
- Vantage Credit Union – Quest for Education Scholarship (Feb. 17)
- YWCA – Josephine Markley Beckwith Future Leader Application Package (Feb. 23)
- ASMC LoL High School Scholarship Application – 2023 (Feb. 24)
- Farm Credit 2023 Agriculture Scholarship (Feb. 28)
- IL Pork Producers Scholarships (Mar. 1)
- Township Officials of Illinois Scholarship Fund (Mar. 1)
- Quest for Education Scholarship (Mar. 3)
- Illinois Chemical Education Foundation Scholarships (Mar. 5)
- Southwestern Electric Cooperative Scholarships (Mar. 10)
- Illinois Society of Professional Engineers Scholarship Application (Mar. 11)
- Association of the US Army St. Louis Gateway Chapter Annual Scholarship (Mar. 12)
- Kathryn G. Hansen Scholarship (Mar. 14)
- Horatio Alger Association Scholarship (Mar. 15)
- Illinois Sheriffs’ Association Scholarship (Mar. 15)
- NAACP-Education Grant Program (Mar. 20)
- Buffalo Soldiers Motorcycle Club Scholarship (Mar. 25)
- AKA Scholarship Application 2023 – Final Fillable (Mar. 31)
- Alton Memorial Hospital Health Equity Scholarship (Mar. 31)
- DCFS Scholarship Program Student Application (Mar. 31)
- Dietrich Bank Scholarship (Mar. 31)
- 1st MidAmerica Credit Union 2022 Scholarship Program (Mar. 31)
- IL Masonic Children’s Assistance Program – Cowen Vocational Scholarship 2022 (Mar. 31)
- Metro Area Professional Organization Scholarship (Mar. 31)
- N. G. Cowen Scholarship (Mar. 31)
- Professional Women in Building (Metro East) Scholarship Program (Mar. 31)
- Union Contractors Council Scholarship Program (Mar. 31)
- Heneghan and Associates’ Scholarship (Mar. 31)
- Mathis Marifian & Richter, LTD Scholarship (Mar. 31)
- Delta Sigma Theta Sorority, Inc – East St. Louis Alumnae Chapter (Mar. 31)
- Alpha Kappa Alpha Sorority 2022 Scholarship Application (Apr. 1)
- Men’s College Scholarship (Apr. 1)
- Springfield Diocesan Council of Catholic Women Scholarship (Apr. 1)
- Midwest Members Credit Union Scholarship (Apr. 1)
- 2022 STL Isaac Bruce Foundation Scholarship (Apr. 1)
- Foundation for Fraternal Excellence – Men’s College Scholarship (Apr. 4)
- MM&R LAW CAREER SCHOLARSHIP (Apr. 4)
- Kellsie’s Hope Foundation Nursing Scholarship (Apr. 8)
- Illinois Federation of Business Women – Metro East (Apr. 7)
- Lincoln School Alumni Foundation Grant Application 2023 (Apr. 8)
- Metro Area Professional Organization (Apr. 14)
- Lynne F Solon Foundation Scholarship Application (Apr. 15)
- Whitley Sue Hedger Memorial Scholarship (Apr. 15)
- Junior Service Club-Edwardsville/Glen Carbon Scholarship (Apr. 18)
- HAI Group Resident Scholarship Program (Apr. 28)
- Metro East Pride of Southwestern Illinois Scholarship Application 2022 (Apr. 29)
- 2022 Knights of Columbus High School Scholarship Application (Apr. 30)
- Knights of Columbus Eldred N. Adamson Memorial Scholarship (Apr. 30)
- 2023 oxyGEN Scholarship Program (Apr. 30)
- AFCEA Grant Application (May 2)
- AFCEA Scholarship Application (May 2)
- Build Your Dream Scholarship (May 5)
- Illinois State Tuition Waiver- Air Force ROTC @ SIUE (May 31)
- PB & J Scholarship (May 31)
- Charles Schweizer History Essay Contest – War of 1812 (May 31)
- Anderson Hospital Auxiliary Scholarship (Jun. 4)
- Anderson Hospital Medical Staff Scholarship (Jun. 4)
- Madison County CSBG Scholarship (Jun. 24)
- Finney Injury Law Scholarship (Jul. 1)
- Flight 300 Program Application 2022 (Jul. 6)
Miscellaneous Scholarship Sites
- American Welding Society Scholarships
- Lewis & Clark Community College Scholarships
- College Scholarships for Online Students
- Golden Apple Scholars Program
- Going Merry Scholarship Search
- STEPS (Student Training & Education in Public Service) Scholarships
- Illinois Scholarship Website
- National merit Scholarship Program
- APIA Scholars Program
- Scholarship Guidance Online Scholarships
UPCOMING MILITARY VISITS
A display table with a recruiter from the listed military branch will be in the lobby during all lunch periods on the dates below.
Army: March 7
Navy: March 9
Air Force: March 14
Marines: March 16
Army National Guard: March 23
Daily Class Schedule
Period Time Minutes
0 6:30 – 7:15 45
1 7:20 – 8:20 60
2 8:26 – 9:20 54
3 9:26 – 10:20 54
4 10:26 – 11:50 84
5 11:56 – 12:50 54
6 12:56 – 1:50 54
Four (4) Lunch Periods
|Lunch||Time of Lunch||4th Period Class|
CAVC, Math, NO Nelson, CASTLE/FLS, SED ICC Classes
|10:20-10:50 (30)||10:56-11:50 (54)|
Social Studies, Performing Arts/Art, World Languages, Study Hall
|10:40-11:10 (30)||10:26-10:40 (14)
Business/Applied Tech, English, Health, Driver’s Ed
|11:00-11:30 (30)||10:26-11:00 (34)
ASSEMBLY DAY SCHEDULES
Period 1 7:20-8:04 (44)
Period 2 8:10-8:54 (44)
Period 3 9:00-9:44 (44)
Period 5 11:56-12:32 (36)
Period 6 12:38-1:14 (36)
Assembly 1:20- 1:50
Period 1 7:20-7:59 (39)
Period 2 8:05-8:44 (39)
Period 3 8:50-9:29 (39)
Period 5 11:56-12:25 (29)
Period 6 12:31-12:59 (28)
Assembly 1:05- 1:50
Period 1 7:20-7:54 (34)
Period 2 8:00-8:34 (34)
Period 3 8:40-9:14 (34)
Assembly 9:20 -10:20
Period 5 11:56-12:17 (21)
Period 6 12:23-12:44 (21)
Assembly 12:50- 1:50
The ACT (American College Test) is required for admission to many colleges and institutions including all state supported universities and some public community colleges in Illinois. Illinois high school students who want to compete for Illinois State Scholar Awards must take this test in their junior year. The ACT assessment format is comprised of four tests: English, Mathematics, Reading, and Science Reasoning. It will provide four test scores and a composite score plus two sub-scores in English and Reading and three sub-scores in Mathematics. For additional information, visit ACT Website linked below.
Quick Links: ACT Website
ADVANCED PLACEMENT TEST
These tests are given in several subject areas. In previous years tests in Advanced Placement English, Calculus, Advanced Chemistry, Honors Programming, and others have been given. Students who score well may be able to obtain college credit and/or proficiency out of certain courses. Check the EHS web site for more information as the year progresses.
Quick Links: AP Exam Information · AP F.A.Q.
The ASVAB (Armed Services Vocational Aptitude Battery) test is used by the military to help determine your abilities in both academic and vocational areas and must be taken if you wish to enter the armed services.
ASVAB Testing is not just for students interested in joining the military!!
The ASVAB Career Exploration Program includes a validated aptitude test (ASVAB) and interest assessment. The results are used to guide career exploration using our career planning tools.
Students who want to take this test must sign up in the guidance office. Watch the EHS announcements for sign up dates.
Next test date: April 1, 2022
Quick Links: ASVAB Test – Today’s Military ∙ ASVAB – Career Exploration Program
The PSAT (Preliminary Scholastic Aptitude Test)/NMSQT (National merit Scholarship Qualifying Test) is required for all students who wish to be considered for a National Merit Scholarship. A very high test score is required to become a semifinalist. This is also the test African-American students must take to compete for scholarships from the National Achievement Program for Outstanding African American Students. The PSAT/NMSQT is a multiple-choice test that measures verbal and mathematical reasoning ability important for success in college. It is recommended that this test be taken in the junior year. This test is not required for college admission.
Registration is done by the student in the guidance office.
Quick Links: PSAT/NMSQT Information · PSAT/NMSQT Prep
The SAT (Scholastic Aptitude Test) is given on several Saturday test dates throughout the year. The SAT is required for admission to certain colleges and universities. Most institutions will accept or prefer scores from junior year testing (spring and summer before senior year). A few schools require it to be taken in the senior year, no later than December. Some institutions requiring the SAT also require one or more achievement tests for admissions. Students should refer to each college’s catalog for specific information about which tests are recommended.
All Juniors will take the SAT on March 23, 2022. There is no need to sign up.
Quick Links: SAT Information ∙ SAT Test Prep
For students who graduated in 2017 or after, submit your request here.
For students who graduated before or in 2016, submit a request here.
Be sure to select ‘transcript request’.
Include what your name was at the time of attendance, your graduating year, and where you would like your transcript sent.