Stay on top of critical college application and recruiting information, standardized testing helps, and scholarship leads—all in one place.
- Course Descriptions
- Big Future
- Educational Trip/Job Shadowing Request
- Join the Military
- Release of Info to the Military
- Transcript Request
Financial Aid Resources
Paying for college requires planning. Know what to expect and how to get help.
- Sallie Mae
- Trip to College
- U.S. Department of Education
Scholarship opportunities are everywhere. Visit these sites to help you get started.
- Elk County Community Foundation
College Entrance Exams
Standardized testing can strike fear into the most intelligent and confident of students. However, with preparation and knowledge of what to expect, students can conquer this hurdle.
PLAN FOR SUCCESS
Planning for the future while working on finishing high school requirements can be a challenge. Our Guidance Department is here to help, from guiding you through a graduation plan to helping you register for college and providing resources and ideas for college funding.
At JAHS, our small environment is an advantage for students as they prepare for college. We take the time to focus on each student’s individual goals and work closely with families to ensure students know which important steps to take towards college.
School Code: 391950
At Johnsonburg Area School District, we are dedicated to providing a safe learning environment, free from bullying and harassment. If you feel threatened or know of an unsafe situation, please report it. You can do so anonymously on the Safe to Say website or by calling 1-844-Saf2Say.
Learn more about our harassment policy on our Bullying & Harassment page.
Protect Your Mental Health
The Johnsonburg Area School District has partnered with Dickinson Center to provide on-site mental health support for students. Our mental health specialist, Racquel Brechtel, will provide both outpatient treatment and supportive counseling in individual, group, or family settings to help students deal with depression and anxiety, impulse control, anger, grief, relational pressure, bullying, and much more. If you have questions about this service, please call Tonya Wolfe, the program supervisor, at (814) 389-4515, option 2. Or you may contact our school counselor, Rachelle Kastner.