• Welcome, Class of 2022!

  • Welcome to the Counseling and Student Services and academics information for seniors at SRMHS!

    Here, you can find information on the credits needed in order to graduate from high school; test preparation resources for the SAT and ACT; information about colleges, universities, and scholarships; guidance on how to request transcripts, and more.

Senior Meetings With Counselors

Please choose a date to meet with your counselor to prepare for graduation and beyond! Over the upcoming two weeks (September 13-24, 2021), we would like to meet with each of you for an individual conference of about 30 minutes. During this time, we will review your high school transcript and discuss your remaining requirements for graduation, as well as your post-secondary plans. We will also share some useful resources as you prepare for higher education, the military, and/or the workforce. 

Your parents are welcome to VIRTUALLY attend as well, so be sure to choose a time that works for them. Virtual students will receive a Google Meet link to attend.

  • Senior Night Resources

    Our counselors presented useful information for seniors as they plan for their futures beyond high school graduation. Below are the presentations they shared, in both English and Spanish.

If you are having trouble viewing the document, you may download the document.


    • Ms. Shaw - last names A-D -
    • Ms. Hall - last names E-K -
    • Ms. High - last names L-P -
    • Mr. Kuhn - last names Q-Z - 



  • Be sure to schedule your senior conference appointment with your counselor! Look for an email with instructions to sign up for a time. 

    And, please complete the Student Information for Counselor Form before meeting with your counselor.

  • Graduation Requirements: WCPSS requires a minimum of 26 credits to graduate.

    • 4 credits = English 1, English 2, English 3, & English 4

    • 4 credits = Math 1, Math 2, Math 3, Math 4 or one other DPI-approved math related to career goals

    • 3 credits = Earth/Environmental Science, Biology, a physical science

    • 4 credits = World History, American History 1, American History 2, Civics, & Economics

    • 1 credit = Healthful Living

    • 6 credits = CTE, Arts, Second Language

    • 4 credits = Electives (of your choice)

    • = 26 credits TOTAL