NRHS Counseling Department
SAVE THE DATE: SCHOLARSHIP PACKETS WILL BE DISTRIBUTED ON TUESDAY, FEBRUARY 26TH DURING H BLOCK!!!
Phone: (978) 939-2020
Fax: (978) 939-8455
Patricia Weiss - School Counselor- Grades 9 & 11
Kris Ann Stancombe - Adjustment Counselor- Grades 9-12
Katie Donnelly - School Counselor- Grades 10 & 12
Kathleen McAuliffe - Guidance Secretary
NRHS CEEB Code: 220100
Students can log into their Naviance account HERE
Naviance note: Students must register as a user with the guidance assigned registration code
This webinar is sponsored by The National Honor Society. It is 1 hour long.
Synopsis: "Getting accepted to the college of your choice goes beyond completing the application. Applying to college is a process and it includes building relationships and demonstrating interest. Through an application, you will want to convey why you are the ideal candidate. What does this mean and how can you do this? Hear from college admission officials who will share how you can become an exceptional applicant for your top-choice school."
Attention Class of 2019 Parents and Students, you can fill out the FAFSA as of October 1st - Use your 2017 tax return!
-Learn about college admissions
-Get the facts about paying for college
-Saving for a college fund
It will not clog your email! They only send something twice a month and you can tailor it to your childrens' ages.
Did you miss our College Information Night at the end of last year? Here are copies of the presentations:
2017- 2018 Advanced Placement (AP) Information
- The fee for each AP Exam in 2017 is $94
- State-specific fee reduction information will be available in spring 2018 for those students receiving free or reduced lunch
- Taking the AP exam is required if you are to receive an AP designation for the course on your official transcript (per the Program of Studies)
- Click HERE for 2018 AP Exam Dates