Student Personnel Services

Last Updated: 2/23/2022 3:33 PM

The counselors are here to help students with their academic achievement, personal and social growth and career development while at Audubon Junior-Senior High School. Our goal for our students is that they become productive and well-adjusted adults. Our doors are always open! We believe that by working together with students and their families we can help students have the best school experience possible. Contact us anytime if we can be of assistance!

No matter where you are in the college search/application process, attending a college fair can help you to obtain valuable information. Admission Counselors from numerous colleges and universities will be available for you to ask questions about their programs, activities, application process, etc. College fairs are free and open to all. This is a fantastic way to learn a great deal without traveling too far.

 

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Course of Study

The curriculum guide is available by clicking on the link below.

2022-2023 Course Guide

The counselors will present the curriculum guide to students in January and February. Following the presentations, counselors will meet individually with students to select courses for the following school year. Recommendations for courses are posted in Parent and Student Genesis. If a student or a parent has a question about a recommendation, we advise that you contact the teacher first to discuss your concerns.

Please note that some courses have prerequisites. These requirements must be met in order for a student to be eligible to participate in any of these courses during the upcoming school year. 

If you have additional questions or concerns after speaking with a teacher and/or counselor about a particular course, please contact the Department Supervisor directly.

  • Mathematics, Science & World Language - Mr. Nicholson - (856) 547-7695 x4113
  • Language Arts, History & Art - Mrs. Reising - (856) 547-7695 x4122
  • Physical Education/Health, Industrial Arts, Business & Family/Consumer Science - Mr. Carbone (856) 547-7695 x4130

Assistant Principal - Student Personnel Services

John McMichael

jmcmichael@audubonschools.org

 

Administrative  Assistant

Luanne Cross

lcross@audubonschools.org

(856)547-7695 x4138

 

School Counselors

 

Grades 7 - 8 (All Students)

Devon Schwab

 

Grades 9 - 12

Last Names A - F

Emily Warren

 

Last Names G - M

Wendy VanFossen

 

Last Names N - Z

Michael Tomasetti

 

Student Assistance Counselor

Elizabeth Scotto DiPerta

College Planning

Naviance Family Connection is a comprehensive college and career readiness program that helps connect academic achievement to post-secondary goals. It is used for all aspects of the college planning process, from college searches to the electronic submission of transcripts and letters of recommendation. During senior year, you will need to access your family connection account regularly to help manage and request the documents that accompany all of your college applications.

 

Naviance Student website

 

*If you have trouble logging on, see your Guidance Counselor.*

Naviance Student FAQ's

The Common Application is a not-for-profit organization that serves students and member institutions by providing an admission application - online and in print - that students may submit to any of our more than 400 members. Membership is limited to colleges and universities that evaluate students using a holistic selection process. Since our founding over 30 years ago, we have been committed to maintaining a reliable service while promoting equity, access, and integrity in the college application process.

 

Common App website

Common Application Checklist for Students

College Deadlines, Fees, and Requirements

Upcoming SAT Testing Dates can be found by clicking here. Pay close attention to deadlines.

Detailed instructions on how to register for the SATs can be found here.
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PSAT Testing Information

 
AP Testing Dates

Collegeboard website

SAT, PSAT, and other college planning resources for students, parents, and educators.

 

Sending SAT Scores

 

SAT Free Waivers

 

SAT Practice/Preparation Center

When looking for information on the SAT and PSAT, go right to the source. The College Board offers free test preparation tips and practice.

 

Number 2

Number2.com's online test preparation courses are totally free! By creating an account you can access a customized course that includes user-friendly tutorials, practice sessions that dynamically adapt to each student's ability level, a vocabulary builder, and more...

 

Princeton Review

The Princeton Review is one of the nation's most trusted SAT and PSAT preparation programs.

 

The College Board College Matchmaker and College Quickfinder

College Search offers two starting points. Use the College MatchMaker to find colleges that meet all of your needs or use the College QuickFinder to explore a school already familiar to you. Either way, you'll find the latest information on 3,800+ colleges, plus easy access to related tools.

The New Jersey School Counselors Association provides planning calendars for high school freshmen, Sophomores, juniors, and seniors. Click on the link below to access the calendars and discuss each step and it’s importance with your counselor. It’s never too early to begin planning for a successful future.

 

New Jersey School Counselor Association website

Students who plan to participate in a Division I or Division II college sport must register with the National Collegiate Athletic Association (NCAA)

 

National Collegiate Athletic Association website

 

Career Planning

NJnextstop tells you what skills you will need to be in demand in New Jersey industries, including health care, finance, construction, utilities, manufacturing, tourism, transportation and information technology. Our research focuses on New Jersey industries, but most of the skill and job information applies to occupations wherever they are located.

Our easy-to-navigate website allows you to match your skills and interests with occupations that will be highly marketable when you are ready to enter the workforce. Njnextstop.org lists and describes the various occupations within an expanding industry and provides statistical overviews that identify weekly earnings and projected growth within the industry. Developed by the State of New Jersey, Rutgers University and leading business experts, njnextstop.org is your source for pursuing a rewarding career course.
 
NJnextstop website

The Bureau of Labor Statistics is the principal fact-finding agency for the Federal Government in the broad field of labor economics and statistics.

US Bureau of Labor Statistics website

This is a guide to career information about hundreds of occupations!

 

Occupational Outlook Handbook website

The O*NET system serves as the nation's primary source of occupational information, providing comprehensive information on key attributes and characteristics of workers and occupations. The O*NET database houses this data and O*NET OnLine provides easy access to that information.

 

O*Net Online website

An online career exploration adventure.

 

CareerShip website

 

PSAT Results - Guide to Understanding Your Scores

We have provided several resources for you and your child to better understand the PSAT scores.

If you have further questions, we encourage you to reach out to your counselor.