• If you would like to contact the guidance department please call the guidance office secretary, Ms. Brenda Miller, millerb@fairfield.k12.pa.us at 717-642-2034.  Summer office hours are Monday through Thursday from 7:30 a.m. to 2:30 p.m.

    Updated Announcement from the HS Guidance Office - 5/28/2020:
    Tentative schedules for incoming 9th grade students have been made, they are NOT posted. In order for students to receive their schedule they must complete the following google form: https://forms.gle/9tkAHYbqQgKQHA5u6  by Wednesday June 3rd at 3pm. Once students complete the form, they will be contacted individually regarding their schedules either by text or email.  If students are aware of changes they want to make (for example: changed their mind on a course they signed up for) they can enter that information on this form so that I can fix their schedule before giving it to them. Students who have no changes to make, will still receive their schedule and should just enter "Nothing" or "NA" in this question. This is the same form students will use if they decide later they want to make additional changes.   At 3pm on June 3rd any student in any grade may complete this form and request to have their schedule sent or changed. After June 3rd all students will be contacted in the order that their submission was received.

    SAT School Day
    SAT School Day is tentaively offered for September 23rd pending COVID-19 and return to school.  Cost is $52.00 or $8:00 for students who have free and reduced lunch.  To sign up call the Counseling Office or email Brenda Miller at millerb@fairfield.k12.pa.us 

    The Fairfield High School Counseling Program is designed to assist students with academic development needed to make the transition from High School in to post-secondary choices.  In addition, the program is set up to help students realize and achieve personal/social, academic, and career-related goals.  A proactive, preventative approach to counseling is stressed; however, counseling is also provided during and after crises.  During times of need, the program also assists students with minor emotional troubles which may be affecting their academics.  Referral sources for longer-term counseling are available upon request.