Our school counselors offer a vital support system for our students with both academic and personal concerns. The School Counseling Department assists with college and scholarship applications and helps students find summer programs that support their interests. They communicate with each student to create an academic schedule that addresses individual needs in addition to graduation requirements. Those requirements are shown here.
21CCCS Graduation Requirements
22 Total Credits
Career & College Readiness* – .5 credit
English, Math – 4 credits each
Science, Social Studies – 3 credits each
Additional Math, Science or Social Studies– 1.0 credit
Health/PE – 1.5 credits (1 credit of Health and .5 of PE)
Electives – 6 credits
*Completion of a culminating project is required. 21CCCS requires all students to complete elective “Career and College Readiness” to meet the requirement.
*Students must also meet the Act 158 Pathway to Graduation Requirement.
Foreign Languages Offered:
Mandarin Chinese I
Mandarin Chinese II
AP Courses Offered:
English Literature & Composition
Our School Counseling Department is also able to provide our alumni with official transcripts. Please click here to submit the High School Transcript Request Form. If you have any questions, please contact us at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Homeless Student Resources
21CCCS believes homeless youth should be able to maintain access to an appropriate public education. The links below provide additional information and resources to help families or children in homeless situations. Please contact Ashley Cooke at 610-514-6211 with any questions.
Information For Parents (English)
Information For Parents (Spanish)
Educational Rights of Children and Youth Experiencing Homelessness
Basic Education Circular – Education for Homeless Youth