2024-2025 Warren G. Harding High School Scheduling and Course Guide

 

Are you wondering about the course & program offerings at WGH?  Click on the icon to your left to access the catalogue of course offerings and information on a number of our programs.

Graduation Requirements for the WGH Class of 2024 can be found by clicking on the link below:

 

In order to receive college scholarships of any kind, student need to complete the FAFSA(Free Application for Federal Student Aid).  To learn more about this process watch the video below:

Attention Transcript

If you are a current student at Warren G. Harding High School and need your transcripts, click here for directions on how to obtain them through Naviance.

If you are a past student please call the guidance office at 330-841-2316 ext. 2488 for assistance in retrieving your transcripts.

 

Click Here to sign up for Progress Book.

 

Warren City School's W Logo as a link to request a Progress Book account.

SAT/ACT Test

When signing up for the SAT or ACT use Warren G. Harding High School Code 365-335

Guidance News Letters

Click on the links below to get the full PDF version of the Guidance department’s newsletter:

FEBRUARY 2024 NEWSLETTER FROM GUIDANCE

Click on the links below to view archived newsletters:

JANUARY 2024 NEWSLETTER FROM GUIDANCE

October 2023 Newsletter from Guidance

November 2023 Newsletter from Guidance

December2023 Newsletter from Guidance

 

Attention Seniors!

2022-2023 Application and Financial Aid Overview

     Before applying for postsecondary education, take a look at this video explaining some important considerations.  And remember, watch the whole video before you ask any questions:)

Senior Information

 
 
Military Career Information: Are you interested in a full or part-time career with the Military?  Click HERE to learn more!
 
*Within 5 years, could make $38.63/hour AND get paid while you train!
 
*Could earn a debt-free college degree while training!  
 
 
FAFSA resource guide   The FAFSA – What is it?  Why do I need it?  How do I fill it out?  Click HERE!
 
FAFSA Follow-up Guide I completed the FAFSA; what do I do now?  Click Here.
 
 

Cement Masons and Plasterers ApprenticeshipThey often will work with you, even if you don’t have a diploma yet!   Can earn $26.68 hourly plus benefits upon completion of the apprenticeship.   

Are you interested in Joining the Military after graduating?  Click here to read about the steps you must take if you want to enlist

Read about the different careers available through the military.  

Scholarship Information

Scholarship application with pen, notebooks and papers

Keep an eye on this page for Scholarships offered to the Class of 2023: 

  • Minority seniors planning a college or university next year
  • Minimum GPA 2.75
  • 1 teacher recommendation letter required
  • 1 community member recommendation letter required
  • Formal letter detailing the student’s educational goals required
  • Awards vary
  • Seniors planning an Ohio college, technical, or trade school
  • Planning a career in the natural gas or related energy field (sometimes construction is a related field)
  • Minimum GPA 3.0
  • 2 recommendation letters required
  • 250-500 word essay, explained in the application
  • Resume required
  • OH resident or planning an OH college, technical, or trade school
  • Career goal in the natural gas and oil industry (construction, engineering, natural resources can count for this)
  • Minimum GPA 2.5
  • Resume required
  • 1 page essay explained in application
  • 12 different awards of $1,500 non-renewable
  • Awards for students planning to attend Kent, Kent Trumbull, Akron, or YSU
  • Awards for students who have a savings club account with 717
  • Minimum GPA 3.0
  • Resume required
  • Essay (varies by application)
  • 2 recommendation letters required
  • $2,500
  • Parent or legal guardian must be an OAPSE member, must submit copy of membership
  • Students planning any 2 or 4 year university, college, trade school in any field of study
  • Essay “How has OAPSE been a part of my family’s life”
  • 2 recommendation letters required
  • 6 awards of $1,000 each
  • Minimum GPA 2.5
  • Students planning any 2 or 4 year university, college, trade school in any field of study
  • Resume required
  • Essay (300 words)  “Why I need scholarship help”
  • 1 recommendation letter required
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(There are 2 Community Foundations, this is the one that is based in Sharon, PA)
  • Online application
  • 1 application for more than 260 locally administered scholarships
  • Various criteria and awards
  • Deadline 3/1/24
due to Sue Mizik in 3219 by 2/26/24
  • No minimum GPA
  • Short essay (less than 500 words)
  • Cover sheet with parent/guardian signature required
due to Sue Mizik in 3219 by 2/26/24
  • No minimum GPA
  • Short essay (less than 500 words)
  • Cover sheet with parent/guardian signature required
due to Sue Mizik in 3219 by 2/26/24
  • Any student with a current IEP or 504 
  • No minimum GPA
  • Short essay (less than 500 words)
  • Cover sheet with parent/guardian signature required
  • Mahoning Valley Powers Scholarship-due to Sue Mizik in 3219 by Feb 5.
    • Seniors planning YSU next year
    • Must complete the FAFSA
    • No minimum GPA or essay
    Nick Frankos Memorial Scholarship–due to Sue Mizik in 3219 by 3/11/24
    • Senior athletes planning college next year
    • 300 word essay
    • 2 letters of recommendation
    • Resume required
    • College participation in athletics not required
    Trumbull Co Wolves Club–due Feb 26 to Sue Mizik in 3219
    • College bound seniors from any high school in Trumbull Co
    • 2 recommendation letters 
    • resume
    • 300 word essay “Why I Need Scholarship Help”
    • Awards vary
    • Finalists may be asked to interview
    Trumbull Co ACIM Scholarship–due Feb 26 to Sue Mizik in 3219
    • Italian American high school seniors in Trumbull Co
    • 2.5 minimum GPA
    • 2 recommendation letters
    • resume
    • Awards vary
    Richard T Naples Education Found–due March 25 to Sue Mizik in 3219
    • Any graduating senior planning college or trade school or current college students
    • Minimum 2.5 GPA
    • $1,000
    • resume
    • 2 recommendation letters
    • Parent signature must be notarized in person (Ms. Kagarise in the main office can help with that)
     
 
 
 
 

Guidance Information

A quick look at Testing here at WGH:  WGH Testing

ACT Vs. SAT:  Act-Sat-Comparison-Chart 

Types of Financial Aid:  WGH  Loan Info

Financial Aid Lingo:  WGH Financial Aid Lingo

Guidance Forms

There are many forms used by our Guidance Counselors when assisting students.  Copies of these forms are available in the Guidance Office (3104) as well as in PDF form below:

Honors Diploma

PE Waiver

 

Guidance Department Staff

Counselor
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Guidance Secretary
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Counselor/Test Coordinator
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Counselor
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Special Education Services

Transition to Work
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Supervisor of Special Education
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Case Manager
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Special Education Secretary
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Grade Level Status

For the official records, credits earned determine grade level placement. Grade level placement will be determined in the following manner:

      • Freshman 4.75 credits and below
      • Sophomore 5 – 10 credits
      • Junior 10.25 – 16.75 credits
      • Senior 17 or more credits

NCAA Resources

Warren G. Harding High School Graduation Requirements:

Graduation Requirements include the specific Credit Hours  described below PLUS an assessment as also described below:

21 Total Credits:

      • Four (4) credits in English
      • One half (.5) credit of Health
      • Four (4) credits in Math – must include 1 unit of algebra II or the equivalent of algebra II.
      • One half (.5) credit of Physical Education – ½ unit requires (2) PE classes.
      • Three (3) credits in Science (Physical, Biology) – Science units must include 1 unit of physical sciences, 1 unit of life sciences, and 1 unit advanced study in one or more of the following sciences: chemistry, physics, or other physical science; advanced biology or other life science; astronomy, physical geology, or other earth or space science.
      • Three (3) credits in Social Studies (World Studies, U.S. History, Government) – Social Studies units must include 1 unit of American History and 1 unit of American Government.
      • One half (.5) credit of Financial Literacy (embedded in American Government course)
      • One (1) credit Fine Arts
      • Five (5) Elective Credits

Assessment Options: End of Course Exams, ACT, SAT,or Industrial Credentialing

  • End of Course Exams (5points available on each exam):
    • 4 Pts from ELA I and ELA II
    • 4 Pts from Algebra I and Geometry
    • 10 Pts from Biology (or Physical Science for the class of 2018 only), American History, and American Government.
    • 18 Total Points
  • ACT
    • A score of 22 in Reading
    • A score of 18 in English
    • A score of 22 in Math
  • SAT
    • A score of 480 in EBRW
    • A score of 530 in Math