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Welcome to the web page of the high school counseling program. This web page is designed to keep you updated on information related to school counseling activities and provide resources for students and parents. The high school counselor is Mary McKee. We hope that you will visit this page often as it will be updated on a regular basis. If you need to contact the counselor, please call the high school at 419-752-3354 or email Miss Mary McKee mmckee@south-central.org. If you have ideas or comments about the content of this web page, please don't hesitate to contact Miss McKee.

Transcripts

If you are a past South Central High School student and need a transcript sent on your behalf, please contact the high school office at 419-752-3354 or you may email the school counselor, Mary McKee at mmckee@south-central.org. Please provide your date of birth, year of attendance or graduation, and what email, fax, or postal address you would like the transcript to be sent to. Also, please provide your maiden name, if applicable.

If you are a current high school student and need a transcript sent, please get a transcript request slip from the high school office, fill it out, and turn it back into the office. Be sure to list any colleges you are applying to and where you would like it sent to (email, fax, postal address). 

Please allow for time for transcript requests to be processed and sent out.

Scholarships

Seniors, please frequent the Scholarships page to see if you qualify and apply for scholarship opportunities throughout the year. "Other Scholarships" often have deadlines that vary, so be mindful of some application windows closing before others. 

Local scholarships, those only given to SC students, will be posted on March 1st, 2020.  The application deadline for local scholarships is April 20th at 3pm.

Please see Miss McKee with any questions about scholarships.


Student Resources: How to Get a Government Job

Student Education Employment Program
Website run by the federal government to assist students in finding employment opportunities 

Student Temporary Employment Program (STEP) & Student Career Experience Program(SCEP).
Website run by the federal government to assist students in find temporary employment and various other types of employment.

Public Service Fellows Program
Website that links students with public service opportunities and works with the Partnership For Public Service.

Federal Service Student Ambassadors
Website that provides information on federal jobs and internships

Federal Jobs by College Majors
Website that shows many federal job opportunities by college majors.

Internships
Website run by the federal government advertising internships.

Volunteer Service
Website that shows many volunteer opportunities within the federal government