Scott High School will offer a FREE Financial Aid Workshop to help students and parents learn more about the aid to pay for college. The workshop will be held on Thursday, February 12th, 2015. Please contact Amy Cabell to make an appointment at acabell@k12.wv.usClick here for more information. (This is for Scott High School Students ONLY).

ATTENTION ALL PARENTS AND SENIORSAll appointments are taken for the February 12th FAFSA Event held at Scott High School.

Don’t worry Parents and Seniors! You have one more opportunity to get FREE, confidential support in completing the FAFSA.   College Goal Sunday-February 15, 2015

College Goal Sunday is an opportunity for students and families to receive FREE, confidential support in completing the FAFSA. College Goal Sunday workshops will be held on February 15, 2015 from 1 to 4 p.m.

College Goal Sunday workshops are offered at multiple locations across West Virginia. You may sign up and see locations by visiting

The nearest location for Scott High parents and students will be at the Southern West Virginia Community Technical College on the LOGAN campus.  From 1-4pm.

Anyone who is interested in attending college should complete a FAFSA – that includes high school seniors, adults looking to start or return to college, and current college students. Parents will need to attend with their child.

Financial aid experts from West Virginia’s colleges volunteer their time to provide this free service. College Goal Sunday is your chance to sit down with an expert and get answers to any financial aid questions you might have. It doesn’t matter what college you attend or are planning to attend – you are welcome at any site location.

In order to complete the FAFSA at a Scott High School, you and your parents must bring several documents, including your current federal tax records. If your current tax records are not available, please bring your previous year’s records (but please note, you will have to edit your FAFSA again later if you use information from the previous year).

Please bring:

*Your driver’s license (if you have one)

*Your Social Security number

*Your parents’ (or guardians’) Social Security number

*Current tax records, including W-2 forms and filed tax returns for: •You

*Your parents/guardians

*Your spouse (if you are married)

*Your current untaxed income records, including: •Child Support

*Worker’s Compensation

*Untaxed Portions of Pensions

*Any other untaxed income you may have received

*Information about your/your parent’s investments and bank account balances

*Your alien registration or permanent resident card (if you are not a U.S. citizen)

If you have any questions, please email Amy Cabell at


2015 yearbooks are currently available for purchase online and from Ms. Quisenberry in Room 204. The cost is currently $55 per book but will increase to $65 on March 2. If you wish to purchase a name or icon, please make those orders online at  Type in the name of the school and the city and it will bring up the school and the order form.

Check out the updated Scholarships page and the Counselors’ News for information about exciting opportunities and scholarship availability.

Anyone with pictures of school events, such as homecoming festivities or other activities that can be used for the 2014-15 yearbook, please email them to  Be sure to include what the pictures are in the subject line.

Scott High School follows the Boone County Dress Code policy, listed on the Dress Code page.  Students almost always know when they have crossed the line!  Please encourage your kids to dress appropriately for school.

Check out the Bell Schedule. Here is a printable version of the Scott High Daily Bell Schedule.

All students will be required to pay for any 2nd breakfast. You will not be allowed to charge. Seniors with outstanding breakfast bills will not receive their diplomas until they are paid in full.

Parents are encouraged to join the Scott High Local School Improvement Council, the Band Boosters, the Athletic Boosters, and to help with Student Council activities.  Children still need your involvement, even though they are in high school.  Extra help is always welcome!

All bus pass requests must include the student’s first and last name, student ID#, homeroom teacher’s name, and a parent/guardian phone number for verification. Bus passes will not be issued without all of this information.