School Counseling

  • Every school provides guidance and counseling services to all students. Read 324P - School Guidance and Counseling Programs.

    Mission

    We are dedicated to helping students:

    • find success in all aspects of their high school experience
    • stretch themselves academically
    • prepare for their future educational and career pursuits
    • develop good decision-making skills that will last a lifetime

    Counselor Assignments

    A counselor is assigned to each student to help him/her address the academic, career, and personal needs of adolescence.

    Mr. Kevin Unger
    9th Grade (A-Z)

    Mr. Gary Arthur, Director
    10th-12th Grade (A-B)

    Ms. Allison Seabright
    10th-12th Grade (C-Je)

    Mrs. Wendy Zubi
    10th-12th Grade (Ji-Ra)

    Mrs. Kama Dawson
    10th-12th Grade (Re-Z)

    Additional School Counseling Staff

    • Mrs. Heather Hahn, Registrar
    • Mrs. Kim Stautzenbach, Secretary
    • Mrs. Nikki Mongan, Accountability Specialist
    • Mrs. Liz Sarra, Career Coach
    • Mr. Mark Raines, Student Support Specialist

    Resources

    Dual Enrollment - Information, tuition fees and forms for Fall 2022 and Spring 2023.

    2022-23 Senior Parent Presentation

    Financial Aid - Learn more about student aid and find helpful resources.

    Local Scholarship Form - The Local Scholarship Form is closed until next year.

    Senior Checklist

    Senior Email Sign Up for Parents - receive weekly emails on scholarships, college visits, etc. 

    Student Scholastic Records Access Roster - School officials who may access student records without prior authorization.

    College/Military Visits - Representatives from colleges, trade schools, branches of the military, etc. visit our school to provide information and answer student questions.

    Scholarships for Seniors - Learn more about scholarship opportunities for seniors.

    Scholarships and Programs for Underclassmen - Learn more about scholarship opportunities for underclassmen.

  • AP Exam Registration

    From October 10-21, students may register to take Advanced Placement (AP) exams. 

    The cost of taking each AP exam is $97.  The final payment will be due before March 10, 2023.

    AP exams will be administered during the three-week exam window of May 1-4, May 9-13, and May 17-19, 2023. Transportation to and from the exam site will be the responsibility of the student/family. Additional details regarding the testing process will be shared in the spring. For more information, contact the School Counseling Department or visit www.collegeboard.org.