• WWS Counseling Center

    Wheaton Warrenville South Counseling Center

     
     
    Welcome to the WWSHS Counseling Center's webpage. Our mission is to assist our students in achieving their academic goals, college and career plans, and their social/emotional needs. If you need anything, please contact your counselor listed below.
     
      

    School Counselors with Alpha Split
    Mike Kosky    A-Beq michael.kosky@cusd200.org 
        784-7223
    Kelly Petring   Ber-Doo kelly.petring@cusd200.org     784-7211
    Jeff Pawlak Dop-Hof jeffrey.pawlak@cusd200.org     784-7222
    Jillian Nowicki    Hog-Lis jillian.nowicki@cusd200.org     784-7215
    Jan Mieure    Lit-Pal jan.mieure@cusd200.org     784-7238
    Kelly Ehrhardt Pam-Sm kelly.ehrhardt@cusd200.org     784-7221
    Kelly Langworthy    Sn-Z kelly.langworthy@cusd200.org     784-7209
     
     

     

    Upcoming Events

     

    SAT or ACT: Which test is right for you?

    • Find out during National Practice Test Weekend: Free Live Online SAT vs. ACT Test 11/18 or 11/19 - space is limited, reserve your spot now at www.kaptest.com/practicetestweekend

    TCD Field Trip: Wednesday, December 6th, 2017

    • Technology Center of DuPage (TCD), the high school’s center for advanced career and technical education, offers solid preparation for fields such as culinary arts, cosmetology, engineering, auto body, and early childhood education and care to name just a few. Available to juniors and seniors, TCD provides 24 career electives and 24 pathways to college/career success.
    • A field trip is available to current sophomores and juniors on December 6, 2017. To be eligible for the 2018-2019 school year, students must attend the field trip on December 6th at TCD. Permission slips can be found in the Counseling Center and must be returned to the Counseling Center by Friday, November 17th. Additional information about TCD can be found on the TCD website, www.tcdupage.org.
     

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    Scholarship Information

    • Scholarship information, both national and local, is available on Naviance, under the “Scholarships” link. Updated throughout the school year, this list of various scholarships includes criteria, due dates, and website links to applications. For the best opportunity to earn awards, students are encouraged to review local scholarships. A list of nearly 20 local scholarships can be downloaded by clicking on the “Local Scholarship Information and Guidelines” link found in the alphabetized list. These local scholarship applications are due in the Counseling Office NO LATER than 11:00 am on Thursday, February 23, 2017. Additionally, for those students looking to access other national scholarship opportunities, students are advised to set-up an account with www.scholarships.com and/or www.fastweb.com. These sites ask questions that pertain to the student and then they attempt to match various scholarship criteria with the background information provided. There is NO cost to either of these additional sites. See Mr. Pawlak with any questions. 
     

     

     
     
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