Meet Your Counselors
The vision for the School Counselors at Tygarts Valley Middle/High School aligns with the vision of all counselors in West Virginia, “that the training, support, skills, and knowledge that they provide will assist all West Virginia students to reach their fullest potential and successfully manage their lives as healthy, responsible, competent and productive citizens who respect themselves and others.” The school counselors will address needs and concerns specific to current Tygarts Valley Middle/High School students to assist all students in reaching their highest potential and becoming healthy and contributing members of society.
What classes do I need to graduate?
Revised 2014 - Students Graduating before 2020
Revised 2016 - Students Graduating 2020 & beyond
What are the approved Experiential Learning (work-based) Sites in Randolph County?
What form do I document my 10 hours worked?
What career-pathways does Randolph Technical Center Offer?
What should be in my portfolio?
Senior Portfolio Requirements
Junior Portfolio Requirements
PEP (Personalized Education Plan)
What is it? & Why Do I Need It?
PEP to be added soon
What Do YOU want to Do AFTER YOU GRADUATE?
Career opportunities in West Virginia
CFWV - free web-portal for WV Students career exploration and postsecondary planning
Interested in College or Vocational School?
What college is right for me?
What vocational school is right for me?
How do I apply for financial aid?
What do I need to do if I want to play sports in college?
House Bill 2535 or “Jamie’s Law” passed during the 2015 Regular Legislative Session. Jamie’s Law requires public middle and high school administrators to disseminate and provide opportunities to discuss suicide prevention awareness information to all middle and high school students by September 1st of each school year.
Click here to view education and resources available.
Tygarts Valley Middle/High School is committed to supporting 21st century teaching and learning. Given the pace at which new Web 2.0 tools emerge, such as blogs, wikis, and podcasts, our staff recognizes the need to implement a comprehensive program to teach the safe, effective and ethical use of these digital age technologies to staff, students, and parents.
Click here to view sites and resources that can be used to educate and learn about Internet safety.