Welcome to the Wilson High School
Counselin
g Office

Phone:  610-670-0180
Counseling Fax:  484-334-6438
CEEB Code 395-190
 
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Upcoming Important Events
 

Mandatory AP Pre-Administration Sessions-April 4th, 10th and 11th:
Click on the above link to access the registration for these Manadatory AP Pre-Administration sessions through Total Registration. Sign into your account with the information you used to create your account. Click on "Change your AP Pre-Administration Session" and select a date and time from the drop down menu. Click "Save" to record your selection.  
 
Stop by the counseling office to sign up
Various Dates and Times http://www.wilsonsd.org/Page/1090
 
Presented by Dynamite Sports 
Sponsored by Wilson Athletics
  
Course Selection Counselor Meetings
When:  February 27 (or earlier) - March 31, 2017
Where: HS Counseling office
How:  9th - 11th students will be scheduled to meet with a HS Counselor one-on-one or in small groups
 
ASVAB Test
When:  Tuesday, March 28, 2017 
Where: TBD 
How: Sign up in the counseling office
Time: 7:30 am - 11: 00 am  
 
International Food and Cultural Festival  
Date: Tue. March 29, 2017
Time: 5:30 – 7:30 PM
Where: LH Cafeteria, enter through parking lot entrance
Who: Everyone!
Cost: $1-$2 Food Tickets 
 
 
LAST DAY TO REQUEST ANY Changes to a Student's Course Request
When:  March 31, 2017 at 2:40 pm
What:  This is the last day that students, parents, and/or guardians can email, call, and/or request
              a change to their 2017-2018 course requests until the schedules are released in August.  
 
 
RACC Placement Test (Senior Only event) 
When: Monday, April 6, 2017
Where:  LGI ROOM
Time:  TBD
How:  Ms. Marconi will give you a pass  
Bring your charged Chromebook 
 
Ursinus College Visit 
When:  Friday, April 21, 2017
Where: Ursinus College 
Time: TBA
How: Sign up in the counseling office and return permission slip
 
RACC Adviser Meeting (Senior only Event) 
When: Monday, May 15, 2017
Time: 8:30 am - 11:30 am (45 minute appointment)
What: Register for RACC Classes piece and learn technology with a RACC ambassador
Who: Student who have applied to RACC and taken the placement test 
How:  Ms. Marconi will give you a pass 
 
ACT Aspire Test
Who: 10th graders
When: Monday, May 22 and Tuesday, May 23, 2017 
Time: 7:35 am - 10 am/10:30 am 
Where: LGI Room 
Cost: $25, Cash, Check, or Money Order made out to Wilson School District
How:  Sign up in the UH Counseling Office 
Sign up begins: Thursday, February 2, 2017
Additional Information: https://goo.gl/2EIPFC 
FLYER
 
 
 
 
Our Counselors
    

 Dr. Frank Hutchko, 9th Only 
ext 4444, hutfra@share.wilsonsd.org  

 
Mr. Mark Greaves, 10-12, Last names A-DE
ext 1197, gremar@share.wilsonsd.org
 
Miss Julia Huang, 10-12, Last names Df-Jd 
ext 5140, huajul@share.wilsonsd.org
 
Ms. Rebekah Marconi, 10-12, Last names JE-M
ext 4730, marreb@share.wilsonsd.org
 
Mrs. Jaclyn Burdis, 10-12, Last names N-SE
ext 5138, burjac@share.wilsonsd.org  
 

Mrs. Sabrina Andrieux, 10-12, Last names Sf-Z
ext 5137, andsab@share.wilsonsd.org
 
 
Administrative Assistants
Mrs. Diane Arndt ArnDia@share.wilsonsd.orgext 1131
      
Mrs. Lucy Kramer KraLuc@share.wilsonsd.org, ext 4603
 
 
 

As High School counselors, we work closely with students and their families, addressing academic, career, social and emotional issues. Our profession is built upon the ideal of the dignity, worth and independence of each student. The ultimate goal of all high school counselors is firmly based on the human worth of the individual. Our goal at Wilson High School is to use our training to help each student become self-aware and responsible for his/her decisions, actions and future; to help each student confront and resolve the problems and issues that might limit growth; and to help each student realize his/her unique potential. Our work is defined by three Cs: we Counsel students; we Consult with parents, teachers and administrators; we Coordinate educational programs and referrals to other sources of help. We want to encourage students and parents to contact us – in person or by phone – with problems and concerns; we want to provide support, help and, when indicated, appropriate referrals for our students and their families. 
 
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