Student Services

2023-2024 Course Registration

WPHS Students and Families,

Please view the following presentation with important information about school counselors, opportunities for advancement, registration considerations, and course selection process for the 2023-2024 school year. 

WPHS COURSE SELECTION PRESENTATION

After viewing the above presentation, students can complete the 2023-2024 course selection form. Students are encouraged to speak with their parents and teachers regarding recommendations and explore course offerings. Students must complete the grade specific Google form below.  Upon completion of their course selection, school counselors will be meeting with students individually through their English class to discuss graduation requirements, post-secondary goals, course selection, and to answer any other questions.  Please keep in mind:

  • The course selection form must be complete by all non-IB students. 
  • The form must be accessed through students’ OCPS email address. 
  • Students may only submit the form once. 
  • Students needing to change their course selection(s) after submission should reach out to their school counselor.

Class of 2026: 10th Grade Course Selection Form

Class of 2025: 11th Grade Course Selection Form

Class of 2024: 12th Grade Course Selection Form


WE ARE HERE TO HELP


Students at Winter Park High School have access to a wide range of resources through the Student Services office that can greatly facilitate their high school experience and set them up for success. School counselors support students through academic counseling.  They provide information about course selections and options, tips for avoiding academic pitfalls, and much more. They also assist students with personal issues affecting their academic performance. More specifically, each student has an opportunity to meet with their counselor multiple times throughout the school year to make sure they are graduation ready and that they have a post secondary plan in line with their goals for the future

All students are assigned a ninth grade or main campus school counselor based on the initial letters of their last name. Students and families may make an appointment with their assigned school counselor through our Student Services office or by emailing them directly. Counselors will be available for walk-in general questions every day during both lunch periods, before and after school.

If you are in crisis, here are some available assistance options:

  • Mobile Crisis Response: Direct Line: 407-720-0281 or Call 211, press 1 for the crisis help line OR Text 898-211 your zip code and type ‘requesting mobile crisis’
  • Crisis Text Line (www.crisistextline.org): Text HOME to 741741
  • 988 Suicide and Crisis Lifeline provides 24/7, confidential support to people in suicidal crisis or mental health-related distress.
  • Call 911 for any cases of emergencies

Behavioral Health Resource

Charlie Health provides mental health and substance related treatment to young adults and teens and will remain open over the upcoming holidays.

 Their team has immediate availability for new admissions to help teens and young adults get the support they deserve.
Charlie Health can help our families prioritize their mental health and creating long term healing, together.
Please do not hesitate to reach out them:
Phone - (866) 491-5196
Fax - (406) 720-7793

 

Student Services Docs and Links

Freshmen Campus Information

Course Selection Guides

2023-2024 Course Description Catalog

 

Forms
Print and take to teachers or guidance

Senior Autobiography

Order and Pay for Transcripts

HOPE Waiver

Helpful Links

Skyward
Information

Find My Bus

Free/Reduced Lunch Information

Community Connect - Community Resources


College Planning

NCAA Information

OCPS Career and Technical Education


Letters of Recommendation
Contact your school counselor directly for letters of recommendation
 

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Directions for Requesting Accommodations for AP/SAT/PSAT/ACT Exams
Before a student can receive testing accommodations for AP/SAT/PSAT/ACT — such as extended time — their request for accommodations must be approved by the Testing Agency.