Every school provides guidance and counseling services to all students. Read 324P - School Guidance and Counseling Programs.
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
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
Dual Enrollment - Information, tuition fees and forms for Fall 2022 and Spring 2023.
Financial Aid - Learn more about student aid and find helpful resources.
Local Scholarship Form - The Local Scholarship Form is closed until next year.
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.
Need to see your Counselor?
Use the Student Request Form to request to see your School Counselor. They will send a pass when they are available to speak with you.
Seniors who need transcripts will need to see Mrs. Hahn in order to get a Transcript Release Form. Seniors under 17 will need to get a parent's signature before returning it to Mrs. Hahn. Students and parents can then request transcripts through Scribbles.