This page provides valuable links for students in the following areas.
Student Support-In addition to the special education program, student assistance program, and life skills programs that are offered at the high school, three areas for student help have also been developed. These include the Study Center, the Math Lab, and the Writing Lab. Click the links to find out more information about each of these support centers.
Student Handbook-This handbook includes information about all of the high school procedures and policies. Click here to view the student handbook.
"Normal" Bell Schedule-All periods are 47 minutes in length. Students eat 4th, 5th, or 6th period lunch (as determined by their schedule) in either of the three cafeterias. Students normally have the same homeroom teacher for their four years of high school.
| 8:00 - 8:10 |
| Period 1
|| 8:15 - 9:02|
| 9:07 - 9:54|
| Period 3
|| 9:59 - 10:46|
| Period 4
|| 10:51 - 11:37|
| Period 5
|| 11:42 - 12:28|
| Period 6
|| 12:33 - 1:19|
| Period 7
|| 1:24 - 2:11|
| Period 8
|| 2:16 - 3:03|
Work Permits (Located in High School Guidance Office: Room 527)
Work permits can be acquired from the high school guidance office on the 5th floor of the high school (Room 527). Be sure to print and complete all forms necessary for issuance of a work permit. Work permit applications (PDE 4565) can be downloaded here. Additional detailed instructions for filling out your work permit application can be found here. Please contact Deb Clark (412.344.2053) or Cyndee Fournier (412.344.2062).
Activities Office-This page includes information about the clubs and activities that go on at the district. It also has information about the high school dances and any other miscellaneous activities at the school. Click here to visit the Activities Pages.
Community Service-A wide assortment of community service activities can be found on our community service pages.