2021-2022 SCHEDULING NEWS

Student scheduling for students in grades 8-11 for the 2021-2022 school year will begin on Monday, March 29, 2021.  The video below will give parents/guardians some in-sight on the scheduling process.  If you have any questions please contact the THS Guidance Office at 814-827-2715 ext. 1425.

STUDENT INSTRUCTIONS FOR SCHEDULING 2021-2022

Students, please watch the video/tutorial on how to enter course selections for the 21-22 school year. Each student received an email with more detailed information for their specific grade level. All students will meet individually with their School Counselor to review course selections.
Students will need to schedule 8 credits/classes. Some courses are .5 credits, so please pay attention to that. Most students will choose 5 core courses and 3 elective courses. If you are taking a double period course next year, such as Chemistry or Physics I, you will schedule 5 core courses and 2 electives. VTC students will schedule their 4 core courses (no Social Studies as an 11th grader) and their VTC program as their elective course, which will add up to 7 credits. Every student, even VTC, will also need to schedule 4 alternates, which are your second choices for electives (in case your first choices are not available).
Face to Face Students – You should have seen this presentation in person, but if you were absent, please watch the presentation and enter your course selections in PowerSchool. You will meet in person to review your course selections with your School Counselor.
Building Online Students or ROC Students (who plan to return face to face next year) – Please watch the presentation and tutorial and enter your course selections in PowerSchool. You can utilize the course selection booklet to see a description of courses available (which is the pink booklet that was mailed to you). You will receive a call or invite to a Google Meet to review your course selections with your School Counselor.
Building Online Students or ROC Students (who plan to be ROC next year) – You do not need to do anything at this time. If you plan to be a ROC online student next year, please let me know. Your courses are inputted differently, so you will be contacted by your School Counselor toward the end of the school year to schedule your core courses and electives. 

TMS 8th GRADE STUDENTS SCHEDULING INFORMATION FOR THS

The video listed below is for all current 8th grade students at Titusville Middle School who will be entering 9th grade at Titusville High School for the 2021-2022 school year.  If you have any questions regarding this video or scheduling your student, please call the Titusville Middle School Guidance Office at 814-827-2715 ext. 2425 or the Titusville High School Guidance Office at 814-827-2715 ext 1425.

INSTRUCTIONS AND SCHEDULE BOOKLET

The following information explains how to schedule your student(s) for the 2021-2022 school year on-line.  In the first article  you will find the instructions of how do this and the second article is the course description book.  If you have any questions please contact the THS Guidance Office at 814-827-2715 ext 1425.

How to Enter Course Request in PowerSchool (Students) (3)

2021-2022 HS Course Description Booklet

Latest High School News

TITUSVILLE HIGH SCHOOL NATIONAL HONOR SOCIETY INDUCTION

Despite the Covid restrictions, Titusville High School was still able to proceed with their National Honor Society induction ceremony after school on Thursday, March 4th.  With the lessening of Covid restrictions by the Governor earlier in the week, students, families, administrators, and counseling staff were able to continue with this tradition through a combined in-person and virtual program.  The ceremony was live streamed to the District’s FaceBook page which assisted those students at home who could not attend in person to participate, as well enabling additional family members and friends to watch the event. The oath of membership was led by Joe Banner, NHS president.  He was assisted by Abigail Vinson (Vice President), Lindsay Sines (Secretary), Campbell Sines (Treasurer), and Tammy McHenry (Club Advisor) as they reviewed the four pillars of the organization.  The pillars are scholarship, leadership, character, and service, which were each symbolized by a lit candle.  This was the 63rd consecutive year for Titusville High School’s participation in the national program to honor students who have met the entrance criteria. This event coincided with the 100th anniversary celebration for the beginning of the National Honor Society program.  Over the past year, the THS chapter of NHS was able to volunteer by virtually reading Dr. Seuss books to young children for the Elementary Schools for Read Across America, assisted with the Thanksgiving Food Drive at Save-a-Lot, and worked in conjunction with the Climate Club for a roadside/Drakewell trail cleanup event sponsored through PennDot.  The following juniors and seniors were inducted into the Titusville chapter: (Seniors) Cole Harvey, Hunter Holcomb, and Rebecca Reinecke (Juniors) Kolin Baker, Clark Bromley, Baylor Brooks, Cathereen Byler, Sarah Cole, Alexa Drake, Wayne Elslager, Cole Endres, Madison Foote, Jay Fry, Sydney Green, Gavin Griffin, David Hauptman, Audrey Herman, Julia Johnson, Garrett Knapp, Chandler Last, Parker Los, Ella Matteson, James Necessary, Luke Nicolson, Madelynne Reed, Beckham Roberts, Samuel Ruot, Athena Schmidt, Anna Smith, Cassidy Sprong, Isabella Sutley, Lilly Tucker, Olyvia VanCise, Laney Weaver, Samuel Wright, Conan Young and Duncan Young. (Photo courtesy of Uriah Sampson and live stream courtesy of Robert Cartney and Uriah Sampson).


THS SENIORS – The 2020-2021 Scholarship Booklet is ready.

THS Scholarship Book 20-21


NEW FUNDRAISER to benefit Titusville High School.

Rite Aid has begun a new fundraiser to benefit THS.  If you shop with Rite Aid and are interested, please click on the link below to subscribe.  No extra purchases are necessary.

https://rxfundraising.com/s/?id=TitusvilleSHS  


PLEASE make sure you have completed your students BACK TO SCHOOL UPDATE.


IMPORTANT SENIOR INFORMATION: Please check the School Guidance Office page to get details.


Tech Information for Students and Parents

Tech support phone for students/parents at home
Tech support can be reached by calling 814-827-0977 – This is for students or parents that are at home and need tech support. If the student is in the building we would prefer they go through their teacher so we can look at the issue onsite.   This number will ring until either one of us picks up or the caller hangs up.
Tech support email for students/parents

Tech support can be reached by emailing student-tech-help@gorockets.org – This is for students or parents who are at home and need tech support. If the student is in the building we would prefer they go through their teacher so we can look at the issue onsite.

This is the quickest way to contact us, especially in the first week or two of school since we will most likely not be in our office very often.
The information above is for any student/parent that needs tech support that is either on the hybrid learning model or building online.  ROC students have their own way of getting help.

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