Maple Grove CRC

The Maple Grove Senior High School Career Resource Center is located just inside the Media Center, and is staffed by Mike Vecellio and Laurie Roiger. We invite students in to support them on their journey to explore and finalize post-high school plans. This process is different for every student, and may include career exploration, college planning, and/or connecting with the military. We also maintain a job board. We are open each day 7:10 - 2:30 during the school year. Students should stop by the CRC if they would like to set up an appointment. Appointments can be made for before school, during lunch, after school and the second half of class periods. You will receive a pass during the class period indicating the time of your appointment.


MGSH Supports Students Choosing Technical Colleges and Training


2020 MGSH AP Testing Update


2020 MGSH AP testing update (2020-04-28 at 07:00 GMT-7)


Post-high school planning for juniors: Things for parents to know


Presentation: Post-high school planning for juniors: Things for parents to know (2020-04-22 at 16:32 GMT-7)

Seniors and parents:

Check out this recorded session Mr. Vecellio conducted on financial aid award offers here.


  • Final transcripts will be sent out between June 23 and June 26 to requests made as "hold for grades." Any requests made on between now and then for class of 2019, class of 2020, or current high school students will not go out until that week.


MGSH Supports Students Choosing

Technical Colleges and Training

2019 Highlights

Maple Grove Senior High honored its grads who will pursue a field in technical education with a signing day.

2018 Highlights

MGSH Supports 2018 Graduates who have chosen technical colleges and fields: MGSH acknowledges students who recognize their technical skills and the needs of today's workforce. Look here.

New Resources

Families: check out, a FREE resource on planning and paying for college for students and their families AND its brand-new College Planning Calendar ,a yearlong checklist for high school seniors and their parents detailing the must-do’s for the college application process.


Virtual College Info Sessions:

Various colleges and universities are offering virtual college information sessions. This is a great way to check out colleges you may be interested in. Here are a few that we have found, but check your college websites to see what they offer:

o Schedule a one-on-one virtual meeting with a counselor or participate in live student panels at We utilize Zoom videoconferencing for these options.

o Watch our YouTube videos to learn about campus life, academics and more.

o Explore all our virtual resources online at

Article Highlights:

4 mistakes families make that raise the cost of college:

How to choose a college without visiting it:

Quick Links:

CRC Newsletter - Mar/Apr 2020

CRC Newsletter - Jan/Feb 2020

ACT Information and Prep

AP Testing

Parchment - Sending your transcript to colleges

The Common App - Online college application for over 900 colleges



CRC Newsletter - Dec 2019

CRC Newsletter - Oct/Nov 2019

CRC Newsletter - Sept 2019

CRC Newsletter - May 2019


Summer Camps

College Interviews

Athletic Recruiting


Mike Vecellio: 763-391-8761 Laurie Roiger: 763-391-8760

College and Career Specialist CRC ESP

For answers to common questions about transcripts, the common app and what the CRC is, check out this video!

College Knowledge Month Videos

Post-high school planning is a big deal and MGSH wants students to invest time in it because we know that time well-invested will mean more positive outcomes for students. October is College Knowledge Month and the CRC has been educating students on the post-high school planning efforts that select staff members went through as well as what current seniors are doing. Take a look at these weekly segments.

CRC Week 1 | with CHRIS and GRIFFIN

Week 1


Week 2

CRC Week 3 | With MS. BEES and ROBBIE.mp4

Week 3

CRC Week 4 | with MR. TURNER and LINA

Week 4

Week 5 | with MS. GREGORY and MATT.mp4

Week 5


Provide support and teach knowledge, skills and values associated with educational, career development and post-high school planning opportunities to students, parents and community members. We also serve to support our district mission of inspiring and preparing all students with the confidence, courage and competence to achieve their dreams, contribute to community and engage in a lifetime of learning.


  • The student can understand skills and educational requirements for career choices.
  • The student can understand the relationship between interests, abilities and career choices.
  • The student can understand the relationship between career clusters, academic classes and educational requirements as they relate to future career decision making.
  • The student can untilize resources for career education and post-secondary planning.


  • We have a vast array of library resources (books, career information, college catalogs, SAT/ACT resources)
  • College visits from both local and out-of-state colleges
  • College counseling presentations
  • On-the-spot admissions with North Hennepin Community College (spring)
  • Job board (local business contact us for employment opportunities)
  • Scholarship opportunities