Counseling and Student Services
Counseling @ PMHS
Coordinating a comprehensive counseling program for ALL students, leading to academic successes, career awareness, and social/personal development.
Preparing students to achieve their full potential.
Working as a team to offer information and deliver targeted services to students.
Encouraging students to explore choices which facilitate the most appropriate course of study while expanding their unique potential and opportunities.
Scheduling - course selection counseling consistent with ability and future planning.
Planning for Post Graduation - college search, graduation requirements, class ranking, parent information night, college and career fairs.
Counseling - personal, individual, and group counseling; referral services.
Testing - AP, PSAT, SAT, ACT, ASVAB, O-NET Online Career Exploration
Educating - extensive resource library with college catalogs, career and college reference materials, scholarship & financial aid information, and pamphlets addressing adolescent concerns.
Contact your Counselor
Parents/guardians can make an appointment by calling or emailing their child's assigned counselor.
Students can meet with a counselor before or after school, during a lunch or study hall, or on a walk-in basis , as necessary.
Students are encouraged to book an appointment in advance by reaching out to their counselor on Google Chat.
Students are strongly advised to meet with their counselor at least once a year to discuss course selections, progress toward completing graduation requirements, extra curricular activities, and post secondary planning.
Seniors are advised to meet with their counselor early in the year in order to plan the college/career calendar.
Director of Counseling and Student Services & Title IX Coordinator
Calendar and Announcements
Registration and Course Information
Program of Studies 23-24 (10-12)
Course Selection Form 23-24 (10-12)
Program of Studies 23-24 (Incoming freshmen)
Course Selection Form 23-24 (Incoming freshmen)
Any completed and active term grades are always available on our Infinite Campus parent portal. If you need help setting up your account, please email the main office or call 875-3800.
PMHS uses a weighted grading system allowing students to be rewarded proportionately for the amount of work required of each course level.
24 credits are required for graduation.
Honors diplomas are available (see prerequisites in the parent/student handbook).
School & Testing Information
College, Career, and Scholarship Info
College application support
Transcripts upon request
Letters of recommendation
Trade School / Career Resources
Gap year programs
Online career exploration at O-NET
Work study & internship options
Appointments with military recruiters