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The mission of the West Middlesex Area School District is to equip all of its students for successful futures in an ever-changing society.
The Jr/Sr High consists of grades 7-12. Students are exposed to classes in the following content areas: Technology, World Languages, English, Math, Science, and Social Studies. West Middlesex also offers higher level, Dual Enrollment and Advanced Placement classes. The Dual Enrollment and Advanced Placement classes are made available to students through a partnership with local colleges and universities. Students also have an opportunity to attend classes at the Mercer County Career Center while also taking classes at West Middlesex.
Ms. Tracey Warner serves the West Middlesex Area School District as the Middle School and Senior High School Counselor.
She is available to meet with students, parents, and teachers in regards to a number of issues that may include a student's academic progress, social development, and emotional well-being.
Specific services that the guidance department offers include the following:
Each year it is the goal of the Guidance Department to ensure that West Middlesex students clearly understand the scheduling process and the courses for which they are scheduling. By adhering to an efficient timeline, student will receive ample opportunities to examine their academic plan, seek the support of counselors and teachers, review their decisions, and if necessary, make changes prior to the end of the current school year. Below is the tentative scheduling timeline:
Spring Semester through Summer
First 10 Days of Fall Semester
First 15 Days of Fall Semester
First 10 Days of Spring Semester
After the drop/add period, students may request course changes ONLY for the following reasons:
Any other circumstance that results in students dropping a class may result in an F (failure) on their permanent record card and transcript. The failure will be calculated into their final grade point average and class rank. Students must make all schedule changes before the mandated deadline. Any student who wishes to be excused from a class because he/she finds the material presented objectionable to them for moral, religious, or ethical reasons, may be excused from that class or unit, as deemed permissible by administration and with faculty and parent input. An alternative assignment will be given for units missed.
West Middlesex Area School District
3591 Sharon Rd
P: (724) 634-3030 F: (724) 528-0380
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