• Welcome to the Warren Hills High School Guidance Department!

    Request an appointment with your counselor by clicking on your counselor's name below:

    Mr. Arminio

    Ms. Bracey

    Mrs. O'Neal

    Ms. Polak

    Winter 22/23 Important Dates:

    December (date TBD) - 9th Grade NAVIANCE Career & College Planning Classroom Presentations

    December 3rd - SAT @ WH Register Here

    December 6th & 7th - Lunchtime Common App Workshop (12th graders)

    December 8th - Progress Report MP2

    December 10th - ACT Register Here

    January (date TBD) - 10th Grade NAVIANCE Career & College Planning Classroom Presentations

    January 18th - 9th Grade Scheduling Night

    January 19th - End of MP2

    February (date TBD) - Next Year Scheduling Begins

    February 10th - Deadline to Register for March SAT Register Here

    February 11th - ACT Register Here

    February 21st - Progress Report MP3

    Important Reminders:

    1. Please see Mr. Kavcak’s video regarding the new Bell Schedule: Bell Schedule Video

    2. How to use the new SmartPass system: SmartPass Student Video

    3. The passing grade is 65% and above.

    4. Utilize morning resource time to meet with your teachers from 7:25 AM to 7:45 AM.

    5. Be sure that you’re  on time and attending classes to avoid missing instruction time or potential credit loss. Remember, every 3 tardies equals 1 absence. Students who are 15 minutes late to class or miss 15 minutes of class time will be marked absent from that class. Students should have no more than 18 unexcused absences for full year courses and 9 unexcused absences for ½ year courses.

    6. Access your Genesis parent portal and Google Classroom to check grades frequently. If you are having trouble logging into the parent portal, please email: technology@warrenhills.org

    7. Please be sure to review the Dress Code.

    8. Student Athletes: Be sure you are maintaining passing grades to remain eligible to play your Fall & Winter sports!

    Schedule Changes:

    • Semester 1 courses must be added during the first two weeks of the school year.

    • Students may withdraw from courses without a notation on the transcript during the first two weeks of the school year.

    • A grade of “withdrawal” (W) will be given to students who withdraw from a course after the first two weeks of the course.  Students must withdraw from full-year and first semester courses prior to the MP1 mid-marking period progress report and second semester courses prior to the MP3 mid-marking period progress report.

    • A grade of “withdrawal failing” (WF) will be given to students who withdraw from a course after the above window.