Guidance

The Guidance Department offers a wide variety of services including:  personal counseling, registration of classes, curriculum planning for students, career assessment, college selection, scholarship information and testing services.  It is our goal to equip students with positive approaches in decision-making and problem solving.  School counselors: For academic or scheduling questions students with the last name starting with A-D see Malinda Brown; E-K see Garry Finch; L-R see Jeaneen Bohanan; S-Z see Dana Smith. Director of Student Services: Dr. Jennifer Jewell; Secretary: Tina Winkler

Follow our office updates on Twitter: @mthscounseling

Learn more about our Guidance Team by clicking HERE.

Need Help?  Access mental health resources by clicking HERE.

Guidance Announcements

 

ASVAB Test: January 24, 2018 at 8am-12pm.  Sign-up in guidance.

ICC Placement test at MTHS:  February 6 & 7, 2018. Sign-up in guidance. You must apply to ICC to take the placement test before the test.  Apply at  https://icc.edu/apply/   Who should to take it: Seniors that plan to attend ICC. Take the Math and Reading test.  See link to see if you are exempt based on your SAT/ACT score http://icc.edu/around-campus/files/ICC-Do-I-Need-A-Placement-Test.pdf    Juniors and sophomores that will take dual credit classes 2018-2019 school year. Reading test only required

Illinois Regional College Fair at Bradley University
Thursday, March 22, 2018
6:00 p.m. – 7:30 p.m.
Renaissance Coliseum (1600 West Main Street)
Please visit the event website to see a list of registered institutions: bradley.edu/collegefair.

 

Transcript Requests
To make it easier for you to request transcripts, MTHS has partnered with Parchment to provide secure online transcript ordering available 24/7.  For most colleges, this process is free.  If you request a transcript and it costs money, please feel free to contact Tina Winkler (twinkler@mths.us) and she will gladly send a hard copy via mail.  Test scores are on the transcript; however, you can request to have NO test scores.

October 1: Seniors going to college next year need to fill out the FAFSA-“Free Application for Federal Student Aid.” All students must fill this out to be considered for state and federal financial aid programs (this includes student loans and grants).  Colleges also use this to determine financial assistance and scholarships.  Apply online at https://fafsa.ed.gov/​

Upcoming College Visits are scheduled in the Guidance Office with Miss Tina. Please stop by the Guidance Office as soon as possible to sign up to receive a pass to visit with a representative from their college admission offices on the dates below. The reps will meet in the Guidance Office with interested students to discuss topics such as academic programs, campus life, financial aid and admission procedure of their college. Sophomores, Juniors and Seniors are welcome to meet with the college reps.

The following Colleges and Universities will be at MTHS:

See Daily Announcements for full list of colleges visiting:  http://www.mths.us/daily-announcements/

See below for campus virtual tours:

http://www.youvisit.com/colleges