Guidance


 MHS Guidance/School Counseling Department
Office Hours: 7:15am - 2:45pm
(386) 447 - 1575 (ext. 5118 or 6109)

Guidance resource forms or links can be found in the document library or click here to access Guidance documents.

 


 

Counselors:

Carue Davis - School Counselor for students (A - E) :  C. Davis meeting request form 

Pat Trimmer - School Head Counselor for students (F - Le and AICE): P. Trimmer meeting request form

Tammy Sawyer - School Counselor for students (Li - Ri): T. Sawyer meeting request form

Karen Feist - School Counselor (Ro - Z): K. Feist meeting request form


All meeting request forms can be found here or in the document library's guidance folder also.

 

Counseling Support Staff:

Angela Coates - MIS

Kathy Ryan - Registrar

Kathy Summerlot - Guidance Secretary, Upper Spot

 

Important School Information:

School Code: CEEB#102007

 

Senior Information:



Scholarship : This application is available online and will be discussed at the senior scholarship information meeting scheduled for October 28, 2020 from 6:30pm-8:00pm in the dining hall. It is also beneficial to check the wall just outside the registrar's office on the 2nd floor in building 5. There are scholarships posted there when they become available.

NextStepU Scholarship Information - A "one -stop shop" for seniors and parents that includes college resources, college match tools, scholarship search tool and a ton of content relating to college.


Senior Information Packet

 

 

Additional Information for Students at Matanzas High School:

My Four Year Plan - This form is for 9th graders to help plan out their high school career. 

Community Service Log - Students who complete community service hours please use this sheet to document the time spent volunteering.

 

College Advising Essentials:

Finding the perfect college, College Entrance Exams, Questions to ask admissions counselors, students and professors, campus visit checklist, application and recommendation letter tips, college essay tips, financial aid fact vs. myth.

College Advising Essentials Handbook

 

Financial Aid Information:

Take the first step to pay for college - learn how to complete the 2020-2021 FAFSA.

For many students, the first step to getting money for college is completing the FAFSA (Free Application for Federal Student Aid). Students and parents can attend Mapping Your Future training for completing the 2020-2021 FAFSA. Students planning on attending college in the fall of 2021 need to complete the FAFSA to apply for federal financial aid, as well as some state and institutional aid. 

fafsa.gov

Florida Financial Aid (Bright Futures) Application tutorial quick guide