COUNSELING STAFF     


Justin G. Carloni

Director of Counseling & Student Services
(Students H-Mi)
(603) 875-3800 x3166

jcarloni@pmhschool.com





Marie Daniels


Counselor

(Students Mo-Z)

(603) 875-3800 x3164


mdaniels@pmhschool.com


Staff Profile - M. Daniels




Amie Felker


Counselor

(Students A-G)

(603) 875-3800 x3162


afelker@pmhschool.com


Staff Profile - A. Felker

 





Laurie Maheu


Social Worker
Local Homeless Liaison
(603) 875-3800 x3160

lmaheu@pmhschool.com

Staff Profile - L. Maheu

  

















Linda Roy

Registrar
(603) 875-3800 x3167


lroy@pmhschool.com


Staff Profile - L. Roy

  


Charla DeJager

Administrative Assistant
(603) 875-3800 x3168

 

cdejager@pmhschool.com


Staff Profile - C. DeJager


















  
   



                                                                                                  
        

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In our mission to personalize education for our students, PMHS offers multiple programs which students can access to secure alternative credits. These Extended Learning Opportunities include but are not limited to: Independent Studies, onsite Work Studies, Internships in the community, competency assessments, online courses, and courses taken on college campuses. Depending on the program chosen, a student can secure both high school and college credit. Interested students should meet with their counselor to discuss each option and review the application process.

Please click on any of the following titles to find a brief description of the program:


Given the high cost of college and the prevalence of staggering college loan debt, the PMHS Counseling Department encourages capable students to consider securing college credit while still in high school. There are multiple programs available which allow high school students to secure college credit at a significantly reduced cost, affording students the opportunity to get a college degree in fewer years, thus minimizing college costs/debt. These programs are dual credit in that they provide a chance to get both high school and college credit from the class. Some classes can satisfy specific PMHS graduation requirement as well. Below are some of the opportunities available to our students. If you have questions about any of these options, please see your counselor.


 

                                        SCHOLARSHIPS   

Scholarship Tips

Local Scholarships for PMHS Students

Scholarships for NH Residents

Highlighted Scholarships

Scholarship Search Engines


COLLEGE               RESOURCES        

Junior Year 'To Do' List

Senior Year 'To Do' List

Sample Questions for College Visits

Preparing for an Admissions Interview

Preparing to Apply for College Powerpoint

Standard Entry-Level Course Requirements for College

College Resume Sample

 HELPFUL                  
 WEBSITES                



NH Higher Education
Assistance Foundation
NHHEAF


Planning for College
College Board


   

SCHOOL                          RESOURCES                

Community Service Requirement

NH Scholar Pathway

PMHS School Profile 


Post Secondary
Options Fair


Registration Paperwork

Counseling & Student Services Summary Sheet




COURSE                          SELECTION                  


Course Selection Sheet for Incoming 9th Graders

Course Selection Sheet for 10th, 11th, 12th Graders

Program of Studies 18-19


TESTING                        INFORMATION           

 
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ASVAB

PSAT

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