Welcome to the Marlborough High School Guidance & Counseling Department SiteAs professional school counselors at Marlborough High School, we are dedicated to empowering every student to achieve academic success, personal and social growth, and wellness and career exploration. MHS School Counseling services is staffed by professional school counselors who advocate, collaborate, and facilitate individual and system change to ensure every student has the knowledge and skills necessary for academic success and personal growth. School counselors strive to empower students to embrace their full potential and to achieve their personal and academic aspirations.Each student is assigned to a House with an assistant principal, two guidance counselors, a school adjustment counselor and a nurse. Students work with the same House team for the four years spent at Marlborough High School.
MHS Counseling Program Beliefs
It is a shared responsibility of both student and counselor to know each other well and to develop a relationship helpful to the student. Students should take advantage of this service to its fullest and not wait until the last minute to get to know their counselor. We encourage communication with school and family and look forward to working with you.
- All students can develop the skills necessary for academic success, personal growth, positive interpersonal relationships, career development and healthy choices.
- All students have a right to equitable treatment and access to opportunities and supports.
- School counseling is integral to a school system’s efforts to enhance educational attainment for all students.
- School counselors must work to design and implement programs that contribute to student success.
School Code: 221-335
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College Opportunity Information
Seniors and juniors recently had the opportunity to hear from the Massachusetts Department of Higher Education on the "GO HIGHER" initiative! Students were exposed to the experiences of current college students as well as state college and university counselors to ask questions and explore their options.
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