Welcome to the Shelby Senior High School School Counseling Department web presence!
This section is here to help students and parents gain information about events, scholarships, and tests to ready students for after high school experiences.
Shelby High School's two counselors are Mrs. Edie Lerback (A-J) and Ms. Bobbi Weaver (K-Z). As school counselors, we believe our role is significant in creating a personal welcoming environment for each and every student. Our goal is to ensure our students have the support needed to maximize their potential as learners. We can accomplish this by addressing their development in the areas of academic performance, social-emotional wellness and career exploration through pro-active programming, outreach, and support. The school counseling department welcomes your questions or concerns.
If you have any questions or concerns please don't hesitate to contact one of the school counselors by phone at 419-342-5065 or email at firstname.lastname@example.org or email@example.com.
Seniors, be sure to click on the Scholarships link to the left. State and National scholarships are added as soon as the Guidance Office is notified of their availability.
College Credit Plus
If you missed the Jan. 19th CCP meeting,
view the full presentation below or here
If interested in pursuing College Credit Plus next school year, pick up a Letter of Intent and CCP Checklist from the SHS Guidance Office ASAP.
Phase I Scholarships were given to seniors on November 8; those were due January 13, 2017.
Phase 2 Scholarships - there will be a homeroom meeting Jan. 24th in the PAC for seniors attending SHS. Mrs. Lerback will visit Pioneer to explain Phase 2 scholarships to Pioneer seniors on Jan. 31. For seniors not in either building, the hand-out explaining Phase 2 scholarships will be available to everyone on this page under Guidance Forms and call the Guidance Office with any Phase 2 questions.
PHASE 2 UPDATE: see Phase 2 link for new details for Shelby Little League Scholarship, Paul Douglas Hamilton Scholarship, and NEW Cryder scholarship.