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Information and Announcements

 Grading Scale
  A=  94-100%
B=  85-93%

C=  76-84%
D=  70-75%
            F=  69% and below

Honor Roll =  91-95.999%
High Honor Roll =  96-100%

****A student will not achieve Honor Roll if they have a D, F, or Incomplete in that grading period.****
Requesting Transcripts
If you need a copy of your transcripts, call 724-479-8026 ext. 3126 or e-mail Erin Collins at with the following information:
* first and last name at graduation
* year of graduation
* address that you need the transcripts sent to
* a phone number you can be reached, in case of any questions
For Mount Aloysius (College in the Classroom) Transcripts us the form at the bottom of this page to request them once you have finished the course.
College In The Classroom
Attention all students taking AP courses - Students who are interested in participating in College in the Classroom through Mt. Aloysius must complete the application online this year at . Payment is due when you complete the registration. The deadline to register is Sept. 30th. 
Looking for enrichment opportunities for your 7th or 8th grader? 
The Johns Hopkins Center for Talented Youth (CTY) offers enrichment learning opportunities for students who have scored in the top 5% on national or state standardized tests. If your child has earned an advanced score on the PSSA he/she may be eligible for this program. For more information go to


Do you know the difference between a Liberal Arts College and a State University?  

This link may be helpful when you are trying to decide what the best fit is for you!

Liberal Arts vs. National Universities


Helpful Web Site for students looking into colleges:
Any student enrolling in a NCAA Division I or II College or University needs to register at the NCAA Clearing House.
Representing BDHP

What service will this NEW and revamped Crisis Intervention Department be able to provide?
Licensed Mental Health Crisis Intervention services provided by highly trained Crisis Intervention Specialists:

**Are you or someone that you know in crisis?
**Do you or the person that you care about need someone to talk to and/or someone to offer guidance in overcoming your immediate crisis needs?
**Feeling hopeless, helpless, or worthless?
**Are you or someone that you know talking or thinking about suicide?

Armstrong-Indiana Crisis is available to help.
Referral Services (community resources, guidance in obtaining services)

Don’t know where to turn?
Contact Armstrong-Indiana Crisis for resources and guidance.
Pre-Screening for Mental Health and/or Drug & Alcohol treatment needs

Contacting Armstrong-Indiana Crisis for help is FREE and CONFIDENTIAL.

Armstrong-Indiana Crisis, now housed in The Open Door, can help!
Suicide Intervention (by telephone and walk-in)

WALK-IN: M-F 8am-8pm; Weekends 8am-4pm at;
The Open Door
334 Philadelphia St.
Indiana, PA 15701

PHONE: 24/7 (including holidays)

Crisis Intervention Department



Career Training in jobs like Business Clerical, Legal Secretary, Accounting Clerk, Home Health Aide, Electrician, Medical Secretary, Carpenter, Plumber, Bricklayer, and MANY MORE.

Job Placement Services!

Call 1-800-460-6184 for more information.

Grants Available

$500 grants are available to those students who have parents that are deployed. These grants are for sports equipment that is needed for the student to be able to participate in a sport. For details go to:

Career Opportunity
 Mental health and substance abuse careers require a variety of educational degrees and skills. The job market is booming, and most of the careers in behavioral health care have an earning potential higher than the national average salary.