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Special Services and Programs at Shelley High School

Confidential Peer Assistance: Natural Helpers is a group of students trained to help students handle problems. All assistance is strictly confidential. Contact a class member for the advisor (Mrs. Dye) for assistance for more information.

Counseling: Shelley High School has two full-time counselors available to assist students in a variety of ways, including career counseling, educational decisions, family and emotional problems. The district school psychologist is also available to assist students. Student support groups are offered to all students.

Concurrent Enrollment: College credit wil lbe given for passing grades in these courses. The cost is $65.00 per credit. Courses offered are: Concurrent English 11, Concurrent U.S. History 11, Concurrent English 12, Concurrent Statistics, Concurrent Calculus, Concurrent American Government. These classes will begin a college transcript. See the counselors for more information. Concurrent classes are taught on a 5.0 grading scale.

Honors Classes: Honors classes offered at Shelley High School include: Honors Geometry,  Honors English 9, Honors English 10, Honors Algebra 2. Recommendation for placement in honor classes is made by the teacher and counselors. It also requires an application to the teacher of the honors class. Honors classes are taught on a 4.0 grading scale.

Extra-Curricular Activities: Shelley High School has a wide variety of clubs and activities available for student participation. We also sponsor a number of athletic and academic teams. Involvement in clubs and activities is strongly encouraged. They are as follows:

SHS Extra-Curricular Activities

Clubs and ActivitiesSports/Athletics
Academics TeamBaseball
Business Professional of AmericaBasketball
Debate TeamCheerleading
DramaCross Country
FFAFootball
Key ClubGolf
Natural HelpersSoccer
Student GovernmentSoftball
YearbookREDS
Track
Volleyball

Attendance Policy: Students must be in class 90% of the time (not more than 5 missed days per semester) in order to earn credit for each course. Local School Board approval may be requested for extraordinary absences. Saturday school may be required of a student to appeal for credits lost due to excessive absenteeism.

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