If you have any questions or would like to schedule a specific appointment time with your counselor, please email your counselor or stop in at the Guidance Office and speak with Mrs. Vail.
Working papers can be obtained through the school district in which you reside.
Mrs. Vail keeps an updated list of scholarships for seniors in Naviance Family Connection. Click on the colleges tab. Scroll to scholarships & money, then click on scholarship list. Most of them are local scholarships.
Students can expect an email from the College Board with instructions on how to access their PSAT scores in mid-December.
Welcome to your final year of high school!
If you’re not in the habit of checking your email daily, you should start doing so this year. Colleges and your school counselor will be sending emails with important information about your college and scholarship applications on a regular basis.
By now, you should have started your college applications. As a reminder, we encourage all seniors to have their college applications submitted before the Thanksgiving holiday.
All transcript requests and teacher recommendation requests must be submitted through Naviance.
Your Junior year is the time to focus on your academics, as these will be the most recent grades when you submit your college applications. Additionally, now is the time to begin exploring your college options in-depth. Log into your Naviance account regularly and keep an eye on the calendar on the Guidance website so that you’re aware of the colleges that are coming to visit you here at Notre Dame. If you see a college that you’re interested in, please be sure to register to attend the visit.
Sophomore year is the perfect time to begin exploring what careers you may be interested in after high school.
Naviance is an excellent resource for finding information on colleges and careers.
Welcome to your first year of high school! We hope you have your best year yet!
The grades you earn this year can set the tone for the rest of your high school experience. When you apply to colleges as a senior, they will see the courses you took and the grades you earned as a freshman. Do your best, and don’t be afraid to ask for help!