Alumni who would like to request a transcript to be sent to a school, a job, or the military, may do this in person at the Guidance Office or fax a request to (908)245-6609. Please provide your name at the time of graduation, the year you graduated, and the name and full address of where the transcript should go.
Students/Families interested in registering for the 2016-2017school year, may stop by to pick up a registration packet. It is important that all new students have their grades, testing scores, as well as their medical form sent directly to our office from the transferring school. This will help in expediting the registration process. In addition, each student must bring in his/her birth certificate as well as proof of residency in Roselle Park. If the home is owned by the family, the deed must be shown, 2 current utility bills with the name of the family as well as the address, and a Auto or Insurance Card with the Roselle Park address. If the home or apartment is rented, the current lease with the names of the occupants must be provided in addition to the two utility bills and Auto or Insurance card.
REGISTER FOR SELECTIVE SERVICE:Early submission of registration information to Selective Service by 17 -year old male students will automatically result in registration when they turn 18. (www.sss.gov) FEDERAL LAW REQUIRES ALL MEN LIVING IN THE U.S. TO REGISTER WITHIN A MONTH OF THEIR 18TH BIRTHDAY. This can be done by using the internet. Register via the Selective Service System's web site. (www.sss.gov) By registering with the Selective Service, a young man satisfies a legal obligation, protects his eligibility for certain programs and benefits (i.e., student financial aid (student loans), job training, government employment).
ROSELLE PARK HIGH SCHOOL GUIDANCE SERVICES
Commitment ·Caring ·Cooperation ·Communication ·Confidentiality
We are committed to providing caring, responsive, knowledgeable support to foster the academic, emotional and social development of each student.
SERVICES AND ACTIVITIES
College and Career Advisement: Classroom Workshops, One-to-One Counseling, Computer Software, Parent Presentations, RPHS College/Career Fair, Off-Campus College/Career Fairs, Special Career Presentations, Career/College Resources, Armed Forces Visitations.
Academic Counseling: Individual Meetings, Small Group Presentations, Course Scheduling, Monitoring of Academic Progress and Intervention, Status Reports, Affirmation Sheets, Progress Reports, Report Cards
Testing Assessment: High School Proficiency Assessment (HSPA), Practice HSPA Assessments, Self Directed Search Career Interest Inventory, PSAT, SAT Reasoning and SAT Subject Tests, Advanced Placement Test and AHSA(Alternative HSPA Process).
Individual Counseling,Life Skills Groups and Crisis Intervention: Personal and Small Group Counseling, Substance Abuse Programs, Crisis Intervention.
Scholarships, Financial Aid and College Application Processing: Preparation and Distribution of Scholarship Opportunities, Coordination of Nomination for External Leadership, Community Service and Recognition Programs, Parental Financial Aid Workshop, RPHS Scholarship and Awards Committee.
Parent Programs: Back-to-School Night Participation, High School Orientation for 8th Grade Parents, Financial Aid Workshop, Going to College Workshop for Junior Parents, College/Career Conferences, Teacher/Parent Conferences, IEP Meetings.
SCHOLARSHIP INFORMATION: Scholarships.Com Provides a free search of an enitre database of scholarships. They update on a daily basis. To link to Scholarships.Com just go to www.scholarships.com/link where you'll find the image and text links you'll need in order for students and parents to go ini the right direction when they are looking for money for college.