Watertown High School Guidance

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Looking for scholarships? Special/Summer opportunities? College/university special programs? Check the Guidance Scholarship & Special Opportunities Hub!.

The Add/Drop Deadlines for classes has passed.

Check out an overview of WHS Guidance Programs & Services!

Want to know where WHS students have been accepted? Check out this list of WHS acceptances for the past 4 years.

Missed Senior Planning Night or Financial Aid Night (or some other evening Guidance event)? Information from the evening events can be found in the Evening Programs section under the Resources tab.


UPCOMING EVENTS

January 15, 6:30-8:30PM - Guidance Night: An Evening of Workshops for Students & Families

January 21 - Last Day of Quarter 2

January 21-24 - Midterm Exams

1/21 - Half day of classes; A block exam (1:35-3:05)

1/22 - B block exam (8:30-10), C block exam (10:30-12)

1/23 - D block exam (8:30-10), E block exam (10:30-12)

1/24 - F block exam (8:30-10), G block exam (10:30-12)

January 27 - First Day of Quarter 3

February 6, 6-7:30PM - Junior Future Planning Night

February 10 - Quarter 2 Report Cards Distributed in Advisory

Students: Schedule your guidance appointments online!

**If you need to speak with a guidance counselor about an urgent matter, please stop by the Guidance office even if no appointment is available so we can assist you. Otherwise, please try to schedule your appointment during a study hall or support class - always be sure to get permission from your teacher.**

1. Click on the link for your guidance counselor:

Dr. Katja Baker

Ms. Adrienne Eaton

Ms. Jaimie Leonard

Ms. Lindsy Orpen

Ms. Kimberly Osborne

Ms. Jenny Kim (guidance intern)

Ms. Katharine Slayton (guidance intern)

2. Click on an available appointment slot that works for your schedule.

3. Type your name and the reason for your visit (ex: senior meeting) in the “What” section and click save.

You’re done!

COUNSELOR CASELOADS

Counselors are assigned to students based on the first letter of the student's last name. Counselors stay with students from 9th-12th grade.