Guidance

School Counselors at Homestead High School strive to provide our students with numerous opportunities for academic, personal, career and post-secondary counseling. Students are invited to visit the guidance office regularly.

Homestead High School

Student Services

4310 Homestead Road

Fort Wayne, IN 46814

Phone: (260) 431-2204

Fax: (260) 431-2223

2018-2019 Scheduling

The scheduling materials for 2018-2019 school year will be provided during the December 6th, 2017 Advisory.  Students will receive grade level course selection sheets and have access to the 2018-2019 Course Description Guide online.  Beginning the last week of January, counselors will meet with students during their science class to select courses for next year.  If students do not have a science class, their counselor will send for them beginning January 15th, 2018.   Students must be prepared to select their classes when counselors meet with them. At that time, students will be asked to submit their FINAL course selections.  After submitting their course selections, students may request to change or drop a class (depending upon space available) prior to 2:45 pm, June 6th, 2018After June 6th, only errors in scheduling will be addressed.  Below you will find links to the 2018-2019 course description guide, grade level specific scheduling videos and scheduling worksheets.  
2018-2019 Course Description Guide

2018-2019 Ninth Grade Academy Course Description Guide

Scheduling Worksheet (seniors interested in the Senior Experience should use the Senior Experience Worksheet)
Dual Credit Prerequisites and Qualifiers

Class of 2019
Senior Scheduling Video
  Senior Worksheet
Senior Experience Scheduling Worksheet
Dual Credit Commitment Form

Class of 2020
Junior Scheduling Video
Junior Worksheet

Class of 2021
Sophomore Scheduling Video
Sophomore Worksheet

Announcements

COLLEGE AND CAREER FAIR

On Monday, March 5, 2018, from 6:00 p.m. to 7:30 p.m., Homestead High School will be hosting its Annual College and Career Fair. We anticipate over 80 four-year universities, two-year colleges, and vocational schools located throughout the United States to be in attendance. We have invited representatives from various careers to participate, as well as the Armed Services and financial institutions. The program is open to the public. One junior or senior student, in attendance, will win a $200.00 scholarship.
There is no admission charge.

For students and parents wishing to explore the following colleges: Duke, Georgetown, Harvard, Penn, and Stanford. A meeting will be held in South Bend, Indiana on October 2, 2017 at 7pm. More information on this meeting is available here

Every attempt is made to monitor each student's credit progress and graduation status. However, it is ultimately the parents' and student's responsibility to ensure that graduation requirements are met. It is recommended that you consult at least annually with the school counselor on your course selections and graduation status.

News and Updates

5/14/2018 - HHS Scholarship page has been updated.

AP, DC and Honors Presentation for 8th Grade Open House

The Class of 2018 Junior Video is now available under the Guidance Videos and Presentations Link

For any interested Parents and Students, there will be a Walking Historically Black College & University (HBCU) College Fair on Saturday, October 14, 2017. More information on this event is available here.

College GO! Week is September 25-29, 2017
Please see some of the schools that participate by waiving their application fee below. Complete listing available here

The Class of 2018 Senior Video is now available under the Guidance Videos and Presentations Link

For those interested in pursuing a job in the Welding, HVAC, construction, plumbing or pipefitting careers. Local Union 166 is hosting an apprenticeship open house. For more information, click here

Colleges Visiting Homestead

Instructions for how to sign up
updated 9/20/2017

Date College

Spring Dates for colleges will be coming soon

Programs, Tools & Resources

 

Link to HHS' Transcript Page
Homework Help - Allen County Public Library

The ACPL offers free homework help for students in grades 6-12, Monday, Tuesday and Wednesday from 6-8 pm. Please contact Young Adults Student Services here or (260) 421-1255 for more information.

Homework Help - Rose-Hulman Homework Hotline

Indiana students in grades 6-12 can get free help with math and science on the phone Sunday - Thursday from 7 - 10PM. You can call tol-free at 1-877-ASK-ROSE or submit questions online at www.askrose.org and a tutor will respond to your question. The site also offers educational resources and helpful links.