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Welcome to MHS Guidance

Phone:  207-465-4989          Fax:  207-465-2887

Although switching can be difficult, our case load will be aligned with the alphabet that students have been assigned, in order to keep the numbers equal.

Brenda Stevens-Registrar                          Darcy York- Administrative Assistant

Kathy Pettengill- Academic Support Specialist

NEED A TRANSCRIPT?? Please contact the MHS Guidance Office and/or download and complete this form
Open postgradrecordsrelease.pdf

Community Service Hours:

2018:  40 hours (CRP DOES NOT COUNT)

2019: 40 hours

2020: 40 hours 

2021:  40 hours

Any hours completed during the summer prior to your first day of your freshman year DO NOT count towards your 40 hours, unless special approval is granted by administration.  

Not sure if you can go to college?  Hear the stories of others who thought the same and how they made it happen..  YOU CAN GO!!!!!!


Its coming that time of year to file your FAFSA.  Here is a helpful video to help create your FSA ID that is required for both parents and students when filing your FAFSA. 


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It's time to fill out the FAFSA if you are planning to attend college.
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Mission Statement:
At Messalonskee High School, the guidance department views each student as an individual with unique needs, interests, and abilities, We believe that the learning experience is linked directly to the personal, social, emotional, educational, and cultural needs of the student.
Our primary goal is to assist students in the acquisition of knowledge and skills that will enable them to achieve greater independence and self-knowledge in the areas of academic and career planning, decision-making, interpersonal and social skills, and self exploration.
We believe that all students should be working toward the creation of a plan that will enable them to successfully compete in today's competitive job market. This plan may include some type of college, military experience, apprenticeship/training and or direct entry into the labor force. We also believe that students need to realize that the demand for unskilled labor has been drastically reduced over the years, and in order for them to be competitive, some type of additional training beyond and/or supplemental to their high school experience is a necessity for all high school graduates.

Darcy York,
Aug 29, 2016, 10:49 AM
Darcy York,
Oct 19, 2016, 8:19 AM
Darcy York,
Feb 22, 2016, 10:08 AM