This website is designed to provide valuable resources for students and parents regarding academic success, personal/social wellness, and information about college and career readiness.
Please explore this site and use what you find freely. Don't be afraid to contact our office if you still have questions!
With so many deadlines and college representative visits, this site will help you stay on track with important dates and events. All SAT/ACT dates and registration deadlines will be displayed, as well as important School Counseling Department events. This will be regularly updated! See Announcements below!
College Planning Information
This page has lots of information about college planning and the college application process. This includes links to other valuable online resources.
This page explains the transcript process and the website Parchment, which EPAHS uses to send academic records to colleges and universities electronically.
This page explains basic information about scholarships and financial aid. There will be updated scholarship information posted regularly, so please check back frequently for new opportunities!
PSAT 10 Registration Form
East Pennsboro Area High School will be offering the PSAT 10 on February 22, 2017. Any 10th grade students interested in taking the PSAT 10 need to register in the Counseling Office by Friday, February 10, 2017. Registration costs $16 and each student needs to fill out a registration form, available here (attached) or in the Counseling Office.
PennLive Best and Brightest Award Application Open!
The PA Media Group – The Patriot-News and PennLive – will honor 20 high school seniors as the Best & Brightest to represent the potential of the class of 2017.
This is our 25th year of honoring these exceptional students.
Recipients are featured in The Sunday Patriot-News in May and in a photo gallery, videos and profiles on PennLive. Students, families and school officials also are invited to an awards reception.
Applications are due by 4:30 p.m. Monday, March 6, 2017, at our office, 2020 Technology Parkway, Mechanicsburg. A postmark of that day is acceptable.
To be eligible, a senior must have at least a B or 3.0 grade point average although a grade point average below 3.0 because of extenuating circumstances does not preclude participation.
Seniors must attend a public or independent high school or be home-schooled or attend cyber school in Adams, Cumberland, Dauphin, Franklin, Juniata, Lancaster, Lebanon, Perry or York county. Local residents attending schools in other counties or states are not eligible.
Selection is based on academic achievement, extracurricular activities and service to school, peers and community as well as an autobiographical essay and two letters of recommendation.