Announcements and Upcoming Events

HELPFUL VIDEOS - The High School Counselors have made a variety of videos to help you with a variety of topics! Check them out!  

Click here  for a video about COLLEGE PLANNING during Covid-19

Click here for a video about SUMMER TIPS FOR JUNIORS for college planning - Part 1 

Click here for a video about SUMMER TIPS FOR JUNIORS for college planning - Part 2 

Click here  for a video about FINANCIAL AID for college 

Click here for a video about MILITARY OPTIONS for students after high school

Follow this  link for a video on common application and naviance matching

Follow this link for a video on letters of recommendations

Follow this link for a video on transcript requests

Follow this link for a video on college application basics

Follow this link for a video on how to deal with stress



-Wear a mask if you must go out. 
-Keep to a routine. It's tempting to sleep in late but that will only make you feel worse in the long run.
-Complete assignments provided to you by your teachers on Schoology.  Check your email frequently. 
-Stay healthy - eat well, sleep regularly, and drink plenty of water
-Get outside every day for some fresh air! 

If you have any questions or concerns - or just need to talk - please feel free to contact your counselor by email:  

Mrs. Kreider:  [email protected] 
Mrs. Rotz:  [email protected] 
Mr. Rice:  [email protected]

Mrs. McDonald:  [email protected] 
Mrs. Knapp:  [email protected] 
Ms. Jones:  [email protected] 


Crisis Text Line: Text any message to 741-741 to reach a trained individual who can help with many needs.  This Text Line serves anyone, in any type of crisis, and provides free 24/7 support and information.  

Crisis Intervention at Carlisle Regional Medical Center: offers walk-in service 24 hours a day, 7 days a week.  You may also call: 717-243-6005

Pennsylvania 2-1-1 Helpline: Students or Families in need during the COVID-19 school closure may call the Pennsylvania 2-1-1 Helpline sponsored by the United Way by simply dialing 2-1-1 from any phone to talk to a resource specialist for free.  They can provide resources for many needs including: 
-disaster/COVID-19 response 
-mental health 
-employment/financial assistance
-crisis services
-clothing/household items
-community services 


SAT:  Register at
Future dates and registration deadlines are as follows:
November 7th-test date    October 8-registration deadline
December 5th-test date     November 5th-registration deadline
March 13th-test date           February 11th-registration deadline
May 8th-test date                  April 8th-registration deadline
June 5th-test date                 May 6th-registration deadline

If you were registered for the March 12 SAT that was canceled due to weather, you may now take the rescheduled test on Saturday, March 26 here at Carlisle High School. There is nothing you need to do to be able to take the test on this new date. You do not have to re-register. If you cannot test on that date, please contact College Board directly at the customer service number to schedule on a late test date. That number is (866) 756-7346. 


We are awaiting notification from ACT about future test dates.  Cumberland Valley HS is the closest school that typically offers the ACT.  SEE THEIR WEBISTE FOR MORE DETAILS.

Please click the link to left "Transcript Request" to obtain your transcript or to have it sent to a college, coach, or a scholarship. 

Check back in September 2020 for update. 
COLLEGE FAIRS: Check back for update. 

COLLEGE VISIT SCHEDULE: Check back for update.

Students who plan to participate in an intercollegiate sport at a Division I or II college must be registered with the NCAA. They must meet academic and SAT/ACT requirements to be eligible to compete. Registration to the NCAA may be accomplished any time after completion of junior year through senior year. The NCAA encourages online registration at The fee to register is $50.00. Please read the requirements carefully. If your student did not attend Carlisle High School for all four years, you must request an official transcript from their former high school to be directed to the NCAA. Students must submit a transcript authorization release to the counseling center. Also, all academic courses at CHS do not necessarily qualify as NCAA core courses. If you have any questions related to the curriculum qualifications, please contact your student’s counselor.

ASVAB:  If you are in 10th, 11th or 12th grade and are looking for help making career decisions, then the ASVAB (Armed Services Vocational Aptitude Battery) may help.  Anyone can take this test.  You don't need to be entering the military to take the ASVAB.  This test will be offered for FREE at CHS each year in February. Registration happens in January in both counseling centers.