Hopkinton High School Counseling Department
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Thank you to all who attended our
Post Secondary Planning Night!
Check out the Post Secondary Planning link for more information and presentations from the February 28th workshops and don't forget about these two upcoming events:
Woburn SEPAC College Fair
Wednesday, March 27, 2019 from 6-8 pm
Woburn Memorial HS Cafeteria
88 Montvale Ave, Woburn, MA
Learn about Continuing Education for students with learning differences.
Open to all students.
Transitioning to College: Expert guidance and
advice for parents of high school students with
ADHD, Learning Disabilities and
Autism Spectrum Disorder (Level 1)
April 6, 2019 from 9:00 am - 4:00 pm at Hotel Indigo, Newton, MA
Five experts will provide detailed answers to the following questions:
*What college options exist for children with disabilities?
*What accommodations are available for children with disabilities?
*How can I prepare my child to manage his or her medical needs?
*How can I help my child succeed socially in college?
*What legal issues should I consider?
For more information on the program or registration, click here.
If you missed the October 3rd Junior Parent Night meeting, you can find the entire powerpoint presentation here.
Visit Naviance or the Counseling Office for scholarships. There are an abundance of local and national scholarships available to graduating seniors. Don't miss out!!!
The Counselor Assignments for Grade 9:
A-Cof: Michael Flanagan firstname.lastname@example.org
Coh-G: Patrick O'Brien email@example.com
H-Li: Kristen Wurster firstname.lastname@example.org
Lo-Pan: Kiely Murray email@example.com
Pat-V: Cheryl Elder firstname.lastname@example.org
W-Z: Adelaide Greco email@example.com
March 8: Registration deadline for April ACT exam
March 9: SAT Exams given at local schools
March 22: Early Release
April 5: Registration deadline for May SAT
April 13: ACT exam given at local schools
April 15-19: NO SCHOOL, Spring Vacation
The Education Cooperative (TEC) Internship Programis a career exploration program supporting junior and senior high school students. These unpaid internships enable students to: clarify career goals and future academics; understand career paths and what having a job is really like; strengthen a college application and/or resume; gain confidence and life skills; and make potential contacts for a future job search.