Student Services

Welcome to Student Services:

Student Services is comprised of School Counselors, School Social Workers, and the School Psychologist.  The Student Services team works collaboratively to best help students in the areas of academic achievement, personal/social development and career services, as well as providing responsive services.

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Upcoming Events

SCHEDULING FOR 2017-2018:

Scheduling for the 2017-2018 School Year is open!  Students can fill out their schedule now and will officially hit the "submit button" in their English classes on January 25, 2017.  January 25, 2017, is "Course Submit Day."

Video on How to Schedule use this link.

Video on What to Schedule use this link.

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Scheduling Tips

Website:  www.careercruising.com/login/spasd

UsernameL  SPASD-XXXXX (Student ID#)

Password:  MMDDYYYY (birthday)

Click on "Choose My Courses"

  • Semester Study Halls - Type in Keyword:  "Study."  Select Study Hall A for Semester 1 and Study Hall B for Semester 2.
  • Quarter Study halls opposite Traffic Safety:  Type in Keyword  "Q1 or Q2 etc."
  • Compacted and Bundled Courses are under their own discipline.
  • Scheduleing Alernates:  Students must fill all alternate course boxes before they will be able to submit.
  • Sign-Off Sheet:  After students submit, a "Sign-Off Sheet" will appear.  Students dol not need to turn this in, but can review it for their benefit.

Students and families may attend the Course Expo on January 24, 2017, from 5-7 pm at the High School Field House to find out more about the coureses being offered!

Thank you, and please contact your school counselor with any additional questions.

 

Past Events

PSAT

Students who registered for the PSAT will take the test on Wednesday, October 19th.  These students will report to the field house at 7:45 am.  Please bring two Number 2 pencils and a calculator.  Please remember to ask your teachers about the work you will miss that morning.

This test gives students practice for taking the SAT, a college admissions test required by some colleges, and is often the first step in the scholarship search process.  The test is largely intended for juniors.  For more information, please visit https://collegereadiness.collegeboard.org/psat-nmsqt-psat-10

 

Senior Planning Meeting 

On September 15th during 3rd hour, all senior students were invited to hear a presentation put together by the Sun Prairie High School counselors about post-high school planning.

Topics discussed included, but were not limited to application
processes, sending transcripts, sending ACT scores, letters of recommendation, and searching for scholarships.  Attached is the presentation that your student saw today with links to important websites. Please review the presentation and do not hesitate to contact your student's counselor with any questions.

Some important links from the presentation:

To send a transcript use www.parchment.com

To send an ACT score use www.actstudent.org

To view the SPHS Scholarship Page use (updated daily) http://www.sunprairie.k12.wi.us/schools/high/scholar2.cfm

 

The attached documents include:

1. Senior Planning Meeting Presentation

2. College Goal Wisconsin (workshops that help students and families fill out the FAFSA for financial aid)

3. CareerCruising Login (including how to get access to free and comprehensive ACT Prep)

4. SPHS Academic Resources

 

Senior Planning Meeting Presentation 

2016-2017 College Goal Wisconsin

Career Cruising Login

SPHS Academic Resources

Post-Secondary Planning Guide

 

 

Thursday, September 22nd:  Wiscsonsin Education Fair (WEF)

2nd Hour for Juniors

3rd Hour for Seniors

Evening Session:  6:30-8:30 pm for students, parents, and others from the community

Location:  Sun Prairie High School Field House

The program will provide an opportunity to obtain information about the program of approximately 120 different post-secondary schools.  Representatives of universities, colleges, tehnical and vocational colleges, trade schools, and the military will be present to talk about a variety of education opportunities. 

No formal sessions will be held; rather, the students and parents will be free to move about the area, spending as much time as possible with individual representatitves.

Students planning to attend must register on-line at www.gotocollegefairs.com.  After completing the registration form, the student should print and bring the barcoded pass to the fair.  College representatives will scan the barcode to receive student data that is always correct, complete, and legible. 

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