Career & College Counseling
Helpful College Weblinks
The Clyde-Savannah Junior Senior High School Counseling Office is dedicated to improving student success by delivering programs that address students' academic, career, and personal/social needs. The School Counseling Program is an integral part of Clyde-Savannah’s Junior Senior High School's academic program. Through the Counseling Office students can gain knowledge on applying to college, as well as information about how to apply for scholarships.
The following links will take you directly to the listed school's application website:Common App - College application management tool
Honor Roll Criteria
Principal's Honor Roll 93 and aboveHigh Honors 90-92.9Honors 85-89.9A student with a grade of Incomplete (I) or a Failing grade in any subject area is ineligible for Honor Roll. Students must be enrolled in 5 courses plus Physical Education. All courses are used to compute quarter/final average
Hello Clyde-Savannah High School families!
The process for picking classes for the 2021-2022 school year has begun and is a bit different this year. Students will find the course catalog and registration forms in their "class of" google classrooms, or at the link below. I am asking for all registration forms to be filled out and submitted by Wednesday, January 13, 2021. Parents are encouraged to assist students in choosing classes for next school year. All course descriptions can be found in the course catalog. Once the registration form has been submitted, a letter will be sent home outlining the classes your student has chosen. This letter will need to be signed by the parent/guardian and student and returned to Ms. Bliss in the counseling office. If you have any questions, please feel free to call or email Ms. Bliss. Students can also call or email Ms. Bliss or come to one of the zoom sessions that have been set up from 11am-Noon on the following dates: December 16, 17, 18, 21, 22 and again on January 4-13 (Monday-Friday).
Course selection for students grades 8 through 11:
Students will receive a copy of the requests they made during January and February. These requests were made in conjunction with teacher recommendations and student interests.
Due to the complication of the scheduling process, students have until March 31st to make changes to these requests. After March 31st, the only requests that will be honored are due to failing a class, meeting a prerequisite for a more challenging course, or change in diploma type for a more advanced diploma. Schedules were made based carefully on the number of requests received for each course. Because of this involved process, we appreciate your cooperation in adhering to these deadlines.