Southern Garrett

High School
Slider image 1 of 10. SGHS Marching Band
Marching Band
at Tailgating
Slider image 2 of 10. Spirit week at SGHS
Spirit Week
Color Wars
Slider image 3 of 10. Fall Homecoming
Fall Homecoming
Court at the Dance
Slider image 4 of 10. SGHS Cheerleaders
Cheerleading
Slider image 5 of 10. SGHS Football
Slider image 6 of 10. Spirit week at SGHS
Spirit Week
80s Day
Slider image 7 of 10. Fall Homecoming
Fall Homecoming
Dance
Slider image 8 of 10. SGHS Football
Football
Team Captains
Slider image 9 of 10. SGHS Cross Country
Cross Country
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Student and Parent Resources

 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 

Resources for Maryland Assessments and Testing
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 

 Guidance Needs Senior Email Addresses 

Attention seniors and parents of seniors: If you are interested in receiving information throughout the school year regarding college and scholarship information, and other important senior related news, please e-mail your counselor so your name can be added to their mailing lists.

Last names A-La, email Denise Steinkirchner at denise.steinkirchner@garrettcountyschools.org

Last names Le-Z, email Beverly Sincell at bev.sincell@garrettcountyschools.org 

 

Current Students Transcript Information 

Are you a current student and needing a Transcript?  The Guidance Office asks that you give them 3 days notice, especially if they need to meet a deadline!!  Your cooperation in this matter is greatly appreciated. 
 
Follow these steps to request a transcript:

Fill out a request to see your counselor--checking off 'Transcript'. The following items are needed when you are called in to see your counselor:
  1. A list of the school(s) where you want transcripts sent.
  2. $1.00 for each transcript you request.
  3. Counselor Recommendation form, if needed.
  4. Application (and essay if required), unless you applied online.
Note:  Give teachers at least a week to complete recommendations.  Once you have collected all your recommendations, turn these into the Guidance Secretary.
 
Guidance will then mail completed packets to each school. Please allow a week for Guidance to process everything.

Graduates Needing Transcripts
If you are a graduate and are in need of transcripts, complete the Transcript Request Form. Transcript Request Form
 
 
 

Still considering to which colleges you should apply? Consider applying to at least three colleges, one of them being a "sure bet" for acceptance and for scholarships. Lets say you are offered acceptance to two of the colleges and good financial aid and scholarships. You can always turn down an offer. But , if you wait to see if you get into your "1st choice", but then don't, you might have missed opportunities to get good financial aid from another college.

Want a good college search engine? Go to www.collegeboard.com . Click on "Finding the Right College". On the right side of the screen, click on "College Search".  On the left side of the screen, click on "Advanced Search". Click on the first item, "The Type of School". The screens will then follow consecutively through the whole selection process.  Select "no preference" in the finances section, because some schools may actually become more affordable once they make a financial aid offer.

If you have difficulty narrowing down college choices after this process, then you might want to see a guidance counselor to help.


 

Selective Service Reminder 

Male student registration must be completed by the 18th birthday. This may be done on the Selective Service web site at www.sss.gov or by completing an HS7 card form from the guidance department or US Post Office. 

 

 

Child Find Announcement State and Federal laws require that the Garrett County Board of Education provide free and appropriate educational programs for all children with disabilities living in Garrett County. Services which can be provided by the Board of Education include evaluation and direct services in speech and language therapy, physical therapy, occupational therapy, developmental skills for preschools and academic help for children of school age.  These services are provided through the Special Education programs to all students who qualify. If you know of any individuals with a disability ages birth through twenty-one years of age who are not receiving educational programs, please contact:

Ms. Jennifer Kotulak
Supervisor of Special Education
Garrett County Board of Education
40 South Second Street 
Oakland, MD  21550
301-334-7655

 


Homework Procedure Established A new homework procedure has been established at Southern Garrett High School. Students who are absent for three days or more will be able to request the Guidance Office to collect assignments. However, parents and students will have to wait 24 hours from the time of request to allow teachers ample time to assemble the work. In addition, students absent for one or two days will not be able to request assignments through the Guidance Office. 

Students still have two days for each day absent to make up work assigned during their absence. Assignments that were due the day on which a student is absent are due on the next day the student attends school.