Pittsfield High School
School Counseling Office
413-499-9541 or 413-499-9542 

We no longer use a fax machine.  If you would like to send us a document, please email the specific 
School Counselor below or sboyle@pittsfield.net to reach our office.  

**Internal Scholarship Applications are now available to seniors. Please come get one in the guidance office to be eligible for many scholarships that are chosen by the school. These are due to Ms. Boyle no later than Friday April 6th**
**Student who have been chosen for the QUIRCO Scholarship's application MUST be turned in April 5th, 2018**

Pittsfield Dollar for Scholars Online scholarship application for Pittsfield Dollars for Scholars (Citizens’ Scholarship) is offering many scholarships by applying online! All you need to do is create your personal Student Profile! You'll fill in all the same basic information as you would on a paper scholarship application, and you'll be able to store and update things like your GPA, extracurricular activities and letters of recommendation throughout your high school and college career-which means you'll only have to fill it out once, for potentially multiple opportunities.  TO DOWNLOAD INSTRUCTIONS ON HOW TO CREATE A PROFILE.  APPLY ON-LINE   AT:


                                                           Mission Statement                                                    

The Mission of the school counseling department of Pittsfield High School is to foster academic excellence, and inspire students to achieve personal goals at the highest level. The Pittsfield High School Counseling Department focuses on communicating to instill knowledge, confidence, and humanity, while providing a safe, respectful and engaging environment in which all students can learn and grow.  Together, with families, teachers, administrators, and community members, our mission is to offer a comprehensive school counseling program of services that will empower all students to maximize his or her potential for success, by acquiring 21st century skills needed to become productive students, responsible citizens, and lifelong learners in a dynamic, diverse world.

School Counseling Staff

Amy Higgins
School Counselor              (A - D)

Janice Barry
School Counselor               (E - K)

 Kristin Griffin 
                                                          School Counselor               (L - Q)

                                                        Ann Marie Mutz
                                                           School Counselor              (R - Z)

                                                       Samantha Boyle
                                                          School Counseling Secretary  
                                                          Scholarship Coordinator