Welcome to the Student Services page on the Glenelg High School website. This page is meant to provide students and their families with key information to supporting student success and a positive/healthy high school experience. Below is a breakdown of caseload by counselor. Please feel free to contact your designated counselor any time. Also listed below is a link for a few Essential Resources. Please take a quick look. Students new to Glenelg High School should be sure to scroll down to "Gladiator on the Horizon Information Form for New Students" for information about our student mentor program.
Feel free to contact our office by phone at 410-313-5535 or by counselor e-mail if you have questions or concerns.
The registration window for the 2018 AP Exams is now open. To register for AP exams students must complete the “2018 AP Exam Registration & Fee Waiver Request” survey available in Naviance. In order to avoid late fees all AP Exam registration forms must be turned in to Student Services no later than 3pm on Thursday, March 15th. No registration forms will be accepted after 3pm on April 13th. Please read the registration directions provided below in their entirety before beginning your registration.
Access Naviance from the GHS website homepage under Essential Applications (located at the bottom of the page).
Students will be starting the college application process. Counselors met with them through Naviance lessons to introduce this information. The infornation shared with students is included in the PPT presentation given at Senior College Planning Night.
Please call (410) 313-5535 and set up appointments to meet with your counselor to discuss any questions and plans for college.
Student Services is holding a College Planning Night for Juniors on Thursday, March 15th from 6 to 8pm beginning in the school's cafeteria. A brief overview of the search and application process will be provided along with breakout sessions offering more in depth information on different aspects of the college process. Breakout sessions include:
College Entrance Exams - Rebecca Mason, Score More Test Prep
Inside the Crystal Ball: Demystifying the College Admissions Process - Kelly Farmer, Stevenson University
Financial Aid - Isaiah Ellis, Maryland Higher Education Commission
Gail Jacobson and Graham Jacobson (2012 GHS Alumnus and 2016 Columbia University graduate) - College Essay Writing, Application-to-offer.com
Howard Community College Honors Programs - Aaron Alder, HCC
Military Scholarship Opportunities - Sgt. Erik Puente, United States Marines
To view powerpoint used during presentation click HERE
Please sign up in Naviance to meet with college admissions reps visiting Glenelg or to register for College Essay Workshops.
For more information on finding money for college visit our "Paying For College" page. Also check out the information shared by Howard Community College's Financial Aid office.
Welcome to Glenelg High School, we are pleased to have you as part of the Glenelg family. In hopes of making your transition to Glenelg as smooth as possible, we encourage you click on the HCPSS link below for additional information about Canvas. Parents and students have access to the Canvas Learning System, which includes the grade book (assignments and assignment scores).
Click here for the Canvas Student Orientation PowerPoint.
Congratulations on your upcoming transition to Glenelg High School! We are so excited that you will soon be joining the Gladiator family at GHS. Our goal is to arm every student with the information they need to make the transition to high school as easy and as enjoyable as possible. With that in mind, we match every student new to GHS with an upper classman mentor (an 11th or 12th grader) based on similar interests. Your mentor will communicate helpful information to you throughout your first year, as well as support you or help you find additional support in whatever way is needed. Once you have completed the survey located on the Student Services link of the Student Services tab we will begin the mentor match process for you. You will have an opportunity to meet your mentor at the 8th Grade Visit Day on June 7th.
Naviance is a comprehensive K-12 college and career readiness platform that enables self-discovery, career exploration, academic planning, and college preparation. Naviance is used to help students explore their interests and strengths and develop a course of study that matches long-term goals with an actionable plan. During the summer we encourage students to extensively explore the following topics.
View Roadtrip Nation Video Archive
Explore Careers of interest
Review Course Selections and 4 year plan
Review completed assessments for overlapping careers
Parents: You have a designated Naviance account, as well, which will allow you to view (only) each your students' Naviance information, assessments and activities. To set up your parent account please contact your child's designated counselor to request your personalized registration code. Once you have your code you can access Naviance through the GHS homepage (located at the bottom of the page).
Interested in receiving career training while working full-time? An apprenticeship might be right for you. Click here for a brief video about Maryland Registered Apprenticeships.
For comprehensive information about apprenticeships access the Maryland Apprenticeship and Training Program (MATP) through the State of Maryland Department of Labor, Licensing and Regulation here.
Degrees and Certificates:
Learn more about degrees and certificates offered at Howard Community College.
Considering joining the Military:
Learn how to enter the United States Military as an officer or enlisted member or for information on Military Service Academies.
The Glenelg Boosters Club is sponsoring three SAT Prep Courses at Glenelg High this school year. These courses are designed to prepare students for the upcoming SAT tests that will be held at Glenelg High School. Hard copies are available in Student Services.
Glenelg hosted an 8th Grade Scheduling Information Night on Thursday, January 4th, 2018. Parents and students wishing to learn more about the high school scheduling process can access the evening's presentation below.
Click here to access the power point used during the event.
Work permits are now done completely online. You can complete the process at https://www.dllr.state.md.us/childworkpermit