School Counseling

Congratulations Class of 2020

As we recognize the largest graduating class of New Hampshire Scholars in the program's history, it undoubtedly will go down as the most unique set of circumstances that schools and students have faced.

Terms such as remote learning, stay at home, and social distancing will be ones the Class of 2020 won't soon forget. But the 5,611 New Hampshire Scholars persevered through all of the challenges and are somehow better prepared for their next adventure.

Thank you to all of the counselors, teachers, administrators, and community partners who worked hard to recognize students virtually and in person. When students are presented their diploma wearing their NH Scholar gold medallion, it will all be worth it.

Among the many who want to congratulate the NH Scholars Class of 2020 are these tremendous supporters. Watch their special video messages.

And a special message from one of our NH Scholars graduates:

To share a link of the videos with students and families, please use one of these pages: http://www.nhscholars.org/special-congratulatory-video-messages-to-class-of-2020/ or http://www.nhscholars.org/resources/videos/

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School Counseling News

  • TBA

Academic Support

After School Make-Up & Extra Help Schedule

Monday

Business

Social Studies

Special Education

Tuesday

World Languages

Mathematics

Wednesday

Science

FACS

Guidance

Tech Ed

PE/Health

Thursday

Art

English

Music

NJROTC

Friday

None

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Counselors

See Staff Directory for contact information

Beaulieu, Renee

A, B, D, N, P, Q

Bilodeau, Cindy

R-Z & Director of Guidance

Glass, Eli

G, H, I, J, M & ALF Program

Moylan, Alicia

C, F, O & STEAM Program

Doherty, Sarah

E, K, L & Special Programs

U.S. Selective Service System

Please Remember:

It takes just 45 seconds to register online at SSS.gov

It's the law and registering can save a man a lifetime of headaches. Benefits lost by failing to register include access to:

*college loans and grants

*job training programs

*all federal, and postal employment, and many state, municipal and contractor jobs

*delays in citizenship processing up to five years

Online and print material is available at https://www.sss.gov/Resources/Resources


Do You Have Enough Credits?

You need 4 credits to be a sophomore

You need 9 credits to be a junior

You need 15 credits to be a senior

NEED FAFSA HELP?

Name: Heba Shabaka

Where: Guidance

When: Every Friday starting from 10/18...AS OF 3/13/20, THIS HAS BEEN SUSPENDED BY UNH UNTIL FURTHER NOTICE

Time: 9:00-1:00

Free FAFSA help!

Heba is a sophomore at UNH Manchester. She graduated from Memorial HS 2018 after coming to the country from Egypt in 2016. We are lucky to have her!

INTERESTED IN EARNING SOME CREDITS ALTERNATIVELY? Do you have hobbies, interests, or passions outside of school? Do you have a part-time job? You can earn high school credit through an ELO (Extended/Experiential Learning Opportunity). See your school counselor!

  • Personalized tutoring tailored to individual needs
  • Core and Other Various Subjects
  • SAT/ACT Test Prep
  • Study Skills/ Note Taking
  • And Much More!