• FRESHMAN

    9th grade is the start of your high school career. The decisions you make during your high school years will affect your future in so many ways. You have opportunities and support through the many programs we offer at the high school. Whitehall High School offers several clubs, sports and activities in which to get involved. We also offer after school tutoring and transportation for students who may need the additional academic support. The school library is an important resource as you learn to write research papers and work on projects. Talk to your teachers or school administrators if you experience difficulty. Your school counselor is always available to listen and to provide you with support.

    It is important for you to keep track of your grades and activities from this point forward. It is your responsiblity to inform your counselor of your extracurricular and community involvement in order for it to be included on your transcript. Clubs and student groups will advertise meetings throughout the school year. You can access the daily announcements on the WHS Website for club and sport information. Your High School transcript will show all final year grades and a grade point average (G.P.A). Your class rank will also be important information when applying to colleges and universities in your senior year. Your high school transcript will be available to you in the summer after you have completed the 9th grade year. 

    Below are some helpful highlights to keep you on track in your career exploration. Helpful website to check out: EducationPlanner

    • Special Honors and Achievements:
    • Short term goals:
    • Long term goals:
    • Career(s) I am thinking about:
    • Post-High School options
    • Community College /Business/Technical School
    • 4-yr Public College
    • 4-yr Private College
    • Military
    • Job Market
    • Apprenticeship
    • Class rank: out of
    • G.P.A.:
    • Total credits:
    • Sports played:
    • Track Your NCAA Eligibility: Track your personal athletic eligibility for Division 1

    and Division 2 colleges and universities through this useful website.

    The school ID is: 391785; and the School Code is: 721790020.

    See your WHS School Counselor with any questions!

    Also important- Students, start to think about what career you may want to pursue. If students are interested in vocational/technical training, we encourage them to look into the Lehigh Career and Technical Institute (LCTI) on a part-time or full-time basis. Applications can be obtained in the High School Counseling Office or electronically HERE. Helpful facts can be obtained on the website. (Click Here)