White Mountains Regional Counseling Office

127 Regional Road

Whitefield, NH 03598

PHONE: (603) 837-2528

FAX: (603) 837-3811

Links
  • Breaking News Regarding Keene State College

    Granite Guarantee at Keene State College

    Keene State College is making a college education more affordable and more accessible to students, including an increase in scholarship funds by taking action on its commitment to access for first-year New Hampshire students, by offering the Granite Guarantee at Keene State. - Their Pledge to You. 

    Through this program, the College will ensure that scholarships and grants from Federal, State, and Keene State sources cover the full tuition of New Hampshire students who are Federal Pell Grant eligible and are first-year students, for all four years of their Keene State education. Students will need to remain enrolled full time at Keene State College, make satisfactory academic progress toward a degree, and continue to be eligible for the Pell Grant. The Granite Guarantee at Keene State will begin with first-year students in the 2018-19 academic year, and it will cover the $11,468 in-state tuition cost.  If you have any questions regarding these programs, please contact their Admissions Office at 358-2276 or http://[email protected]/.

  • EDUCATIONAL TALENT SEARCH Video Presentation
  • Real Work Matters - Vocational School Database

    This database of private postsecondary vocational schools is well-organized and extensive. Students can access information first by state and then by specific training area/occupation. Fields include: aircraft, automotive, cosmetology, business, computer, electronics, legal, telecommunications, and lots more. Check out this site to learn more about schools that offer Bachelor’s and Master’s degrees, online degrees, and Technical and Management degrees. Click Here

  • FREE Online SAT/ACT Preparation Program
    Check out this FREE online SAT/ACT preparation program! Method Test Prep allows students the opportunity to spend minutes or hours practicing their test taking skills when it's most convenient for them in their busy schedules. Just choose a Username, Password, and log in to get started! 
  • College Financial Aid Information

    We strongly encouraged our students to gather financial aid and scholarship information that is appropriate for their own circumstances and college application process. Students should not necessarily let the price of a particular college discourage them from applying for admission. Many financial aid programs exist to help you meet all college costs: tuition, fees, books, room and board, personal expenses, and transportation.

    Each college will present a "financial aid package" and this is determined by financial needs calculated from the Free Application for Federal Student Aid (FAFSA). Students and their parents should compare amounts and types of aid to determine which is the most beneficial to them. The FAFSA is available online and can be completed after January 1 of the student's senior year. Click here for more information on FAFSA

  • College Board

    This is an excellent site for students, parents, educators, and counselors which includes the latest news from the College Board, current test administrations and registration deadlines, on-line score reporting, registration, and details regarding specific SAT I/IIs. Check out the SAT Question of the Day, utilize the scholarship search as well as the ExPAN College Search, or e-mail the professionals at the College Board. Information is organized and presented specifically for Student & Parents, Admissions Staff, Financial Aid Staff, Counselors, High School & College Faculty, and College Board Members. Click on title to access the College Board website.

  • ACT Test Dates and Registration Deadlines
    The ACT is accepted for entrance and/or placement purposes by many colleges and universities. It consists of a series of four tests in the following areas: English, Mathematics, Reading, and Science. There is also an optional Writing Test which measures the student’s ability to plan and write a short essay; many colleges ask that students take the ACT with Writing.  The tests are designed to provide an overall estimate of a student’s ability to succeed academically at the college level.
    Click on title to access the College Board website.  

     


News
Events
  • Student Invitation to Harvard Global Health and Leadership Conference

    This coming April, Harvard College's VISION: Global Health Society, will be hosting its second annual Harvard College Global Health and Leadership Conference, which provides an opportunity for ambitious high school students to share about their experiences with community engagement and learn from guest speakers and groups at Harvard. This is an amazing opportunity for young students to engage with global health topics and develop communication and leadership skills. Harvard College is looking forward to applications from students of all backgrounds, and hopes to see students from White Mountains Regional High School apply and hopefully attend! 

    The Harvard College Global Health and Leadership Conference will be at Harvard on April 28th and 29th from 10-4pm. The conference is $15 for one day (Saturday or Sunday) and $20 for the weekend (Saturday and Sunday) for students.

    You can learn more from the application: https://harvard.az1.qualtrics.com/jfe/form/SV_57pSGTgaTWSZdel

  • Destination College Event & Destination College Speech Contest

    Juniors and Seniors

    The 19th Annual Destination College event will take place on Saturday, April 7, 2018 at Southern New Hampshire University.  Registration is now live – as this is a fabulous way for families to begin planning for the college admissions process.

    SNHU has updated its website to include information about this event at www.destinationcollege.org  and their  Destination College Speech Contest for seniors is now open (applications due 2/23/18!). 

  • SAT for the Junior Class at WMRHS- March 21, 2018
Counseling Staff:

Marianne Cannon, Director of School Counseling 

9th - 12th Grade (A-J) 

(603) 837-2528 ext. 2006 or [email protected]

Blair DeForge, School Counselor 

9th - 12th Grade (K-Z)

(603) 837-2528 ext. 2090 or [email protected]

Lisa Daigle, School Counseling & CTE Secretary  

(603) 837-2528 ext. 2003 or [email protected]

Deb Saucier, Admin Data/Registrar 

(603) 837-2528, ext. 2005 or [email protected]

Karen Keller LICSW, School Social Worker 

(603) 837-2528 ext. 2075 or [email protected]

Kattie McKinnon, Student Assistant Program Counselor

(603) 837-2528 ext. 2085 or [email protected]