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Financial Aid Presentation 2022
Guidance is offering a virtual Financial Aid presentation on Thursday, March 31 at 6:00pm.  Topics include: how to analyze, compare, and appeal financial aid awards; how to reduce the cost of attendance; how to be a wise borrower, and how to use Naviance to identify local scholarships.  Seniors and their parents/guardians are strongly encouraged to join us:

(Class of 2026)
Guidance Counselor Last Name Starts W/: Phone Email
  Jared Homer A-BUN X11139 [email protected]
  Julie Barbour BUR - DEN X11143 [email protected]
  Aly Golder DEP - GRI X11140 [email protected]
  Maureen McCarthy GRO - LET X11238 [email protected]
  Emily Scoledge LEV - MOR X11142 [email protected]
  Carla Hands MOS - RH X11141 [email protected]
  Greg Gay RIB - TAY X11293 [email protected]
  Paul Bochman TEI - Z X11105 [email protected]
  Gena McKenna   X11239 [email protected]
(Class of 2025)
Guidance Counselor Last Name Starts W/: Phone Email
  Julie Barbour A-K X11143 [email protected]
  Paul Bochman L-Z X11105 [email protected]
  Jessica (Secretary)   X11232  
(Class of 2024)
Guidance Counselor Last Name Starts W/: Phone  
  Aly Golder A-K X11140 [email protected]
  Emily Scoledge L-Z X11141 [email protected]
  Donna Cloutier   X11233 [email protected]
(Class of 2023)
Guidance Counselor Last Name Starts W/: Phone  
  Jared Homer A-K X11139 [email protected]
  Carla Hands L-Z  X11142 [email protected]
  Jessica    X11232  
(Class of 2022)
Guidance Counselor Last Name Starts W/: Phone Email
  Maureen McCarthy A-K  X11238 [email protected]
  Greg Gay L-Z  X11293 [email protected]
  Donna Cloutier   X11233 [email protected]

JUNIORS:  If you are thinking about applying to college in the fall, we encourage you to attend our FREE Summer College Boot Camp.  The goal is to give students a headstart on the college application process.  It is particularly helpful for students planning to apply Early Action, students applying to highly selective colleges, and for first-generation college students. 

  • August 15 - August 18
  • 9am - 12pm
  • THS Library
  • Bring your chromebook

Students are encouraged but not required to attend every session.  We start each day with a large group "lesson" on components of the admissions process and then provide small group and individual support.  Students will learn how to use Naviance to research schools to find the best fit, apply to colleges using the Common App and institutional applications, draft an essay, request teacher recommendations, and learn about standardized testing policies.  

If you are interested in attending, please complete this registration form:

Questions? Contact Mrs. Andrews, College & Career Counselor: [email protected]

We hope to see you there!

Ms. Hands, Mr. Homer and Mrs. Andrews

Paying for College financial aid presentation from 3/31/22.  Here is a link to the slidedeck:

The program was recorded and you can access that recording here:

School-day SATs will be held on Wednesday, April 13 for current Juniors. Students who registered for the exam will receive instructions in their school email.

Dear Seniors & Families,

We know applying to college - or even just thinking about it - is stressful, but Guidance is here to help!  You are invited to attend these free programs designed to assist you with the college application process:

  • College Application Help:  Thursday Sept. 16, 2pm-3pm, in person, THS Library
  • More College Application Help:  Wednesday Sept. 22, 2pm-3pm, in person, THS Library
  • Senior College Kick-off: Thursday Sept. 30, 6pm-7:30pm, virtual, Google Meet:

We have also scheduled in-person and virtual admissions info sessions with representatives from many colleges and universities.  For a complete list of sessions and to register, log in to Naviance and look under "What's New" on the homepage. (If you have questions about using Naviance, see Mrs. Andrews in Guidance.)

Mrs. Andrews, Ms. McCarthy, and Mr. Gay will also be holding individual and small group meetings with seniors throughout the fall to assist with this process. Email us or stop by Guidance to make an appointment.

Stay tuned:  in October, we will be offering college mini-fairs, a Financial Aid Night, and small group sessions for students applying Early Action and to nursing programs. 

We are very proud of the success our students have had in the college admissions process and look forward to working with the Class of 2022 to continue this tradition!

College Athletics Information Session

Presented by THS Guidance & Athletics Departments

March 25, 2021

Click here to access the recording:

It is not too late to apply - Sign up here for FREE help!  Appointments available afternoons, evenings, and weekends!





Questions? Contact Mrs. Andrews or your Guidance Counselor.

Class of 2021 

Financial Aid Information Night

Please use the following link to access the presentation from October 29:

Thank you to Kimberly Griffith of Bristol Community College for sharing your expertise on Dual Enrollment options for high school students. Use this link to access the presentation:

And this link to access the slideshow:

If you are interested in learning more about Dual Enrollment options for THS students, contact your Guidance Counselor.
Guidance Staff
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Jared Homer
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Julie Barbour
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Alyson Golder
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Maureen McCarthy
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Paul Bochman
Head of Guidance

Jenifer Andrews
College & Career Counselor
Applying to & Paying for College
​All scholarships are now available on Naviance and are updated regularly.​