Guidance

 

 

 

The Guidance Office serves to assist students in making plans after high school, college planning, academic testing, scheduling, maintaining transcripts, supporting students with personal and social issues, and much more.

The related links here are extremely helpful to students and parents. Please take a look and always feel free to contact the Guidance Office directly. We are here to help you!

Mrs. Gwenda Kelly
Guidance Counselor
gkelly@homerschools.net
517-724-9336 phone
517-568-7125 fax



Guidance Calendar
This calendar contains all of the important events and upcoming activities related to the guidance office, including college representative visits, testing, and parent night presentations.


Scholarship Information
Check out all of the local, state, and national scholarships available to seniors!  Remember to NEVER pay any money for a scholarship application - the only thing the search should cost is your TIME!!!


College Links
Click on this link to look at the Michigan's public universities, private colleges, and local community colleges.


Career Cruising
Career Cruising is an online program used by students to help create their Educational Development Plans (EDP).  Students can take interest inventories, research various careers, and even explore colleges and scholarship opportunities. 
 

Remind Notices
Sign up to receive text notices sent directly to your phone of importantupcoming events.  Each grade has its own account, so be sure to sign upfor any grade in which you have a student.  You can also click on thegrade below to see the notices that have been sent or for information onhow to sign up for the notices. 

FRESHMAN      SOPHOMORE     JUNIOR      SENIOR


Educational Planning Guide
The EducationalPlanning Guide is a great resource highlighting graduation requirements,course descriptions, career development opportunities, and a generalchecklist for each year of high school.  


Summer Programs
Check out exciting and educational summer program opportunities available for elementary, middle, and high school students!


Athletic Eligibility - NCAA/NAIA
Students interested in playing collegiate level sports need to be aware of the various regulations that are applicable, especially for NCAA Division I and Division II eligibility.  Check here for eligibility requirements and links to register with the NCAA and NAIA Eligibility Centers.    


FAFSA & Financial Aid
All students attending college need to complete the Free Application for Federal Student Aid (FAFSA).  Click here to access the FAFSA website and helpful hints on applying for financial aid!

 

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