Welcome to the Guidance Department
The Program of Studies for the 2013-2014 school year is now available.
For those parents that may have missed the VSAC “Paying for College Night” this week, there will be other presentations at nearby high schools which you can attend. Go to http://vsac-web.ungerboeck.com/coe/coe_p1_all.aspx?oc=10&cc=PFCP for a list of dates and locations.
The 2012-2013 Program of Studies is available electronically. All students should be making an appointment with their counselor to discuss schedules for the 2012-2013 school year.
Attention all previous year FHUHS graduates, if you need a copy of you FHUHS transcript, follow this link Transcript Request Form – Former Student, you may also request a transcript by calling Doreen Anderson at 265-4966. For current year graduates, please complete this form:
Please click to see the FHUHS School Profile: 2012-2013 School Profile FHU.
Please be sure to follow the links to all the guidance web pages.
Attention Student Athletes:
Information on how student athletes can compete in intercollegiate athletics can be found at:
College applications are available in the Counseling Office.
Meet the Counseling Department -
You can contact anyone in the Counseling Office at: 802-265-3636 (by fax 802-265-3118).
Doreen Anderson (Administrative Assistant) Email: email@example.com
Kelly Stewart, Director of Guidance (Counselor for students A-Cl) Email: firstname.lastname@example.org
Erich Brunner (Counselor for Cm-L) Email: email@example.com
Debby Pelkey (Counselor for students M-Z) Email: firstname.lastname@example.org
Natalie Houde (School Based Clinician) Phone: 802-265-4966 x 297 Email: email@example.com
Rob Festa (SAP Counselor) Phone: 802-265-3636 Email: firstname.lastname@example.org
Sarah Keifer (School Based Clinician) Phone: 802-265-4966 Email: email@example.com
The High School Counselor Can Help A Student:
- Assess Strengths and Limitations
- Improve study skills/habits
- Make thoughtful, informed decisions
- Develop Positive Attitudes
- Address Personal Issues (with family, peers, teachers, etc.)
- Choose appropriate Courses
- Discover Talents and Abilities
- Find Further Assistance through a Referral
- Plan For Further Education
- Address a Crisis
- Seek Employment
- Explore Career Choices
- Assist with referrals for IEP, 504 services
Activities may include:
- Classroom presentations
- Small group counseling
- Individual meetings
- Coordinate parent/teacher conferences
- Summer Transition Day (Schedule, Building tour)
The above lists are not all inclusive, if you have any questions, please do not hesitate to contact your student’s counselor.
Making an Appointment with the School Counselor
Students should meet with their counselor regularly throughout the year. Students can arrange a meeting with their school counselor by going to the Guidance Office and requesting an appointment from Mrs. Anderson, the Guidance Secretary. In the event of a situation where a counselor is needed immediately, Mrs. Anderson can locate the counselor. It is important to keep all appointments that are scheduled, whether they are arranged by the student or the counselor. Parents may also arrange to meet with the school counselor by calling Mrs. Anderson at 265-3636 to make an appointment.