Guidance

REUTHER GUIDANCE: Who is my School Counselor?

Missy Werner
9th & 11th Grades
262-359-6113
Jessica Kapellusch
10th & 12th Grades
262-359-7548
Emily Koepnick
Adult Education
262-359-6102

Need help on creating your Federal Student Aid ID?  Click here – FAFSA-Creating ID Instructions

 

SOPHOMORE SURVEY  <- click here

SENIOR SURVEY  <- click here

 

Gateway Technical College

Patrice Fullilove-McCall, New Student Specialist

Office: 262-564-2438         Fax: 262-564-2301
Email: Fullilovemccallp@gtc.edu
Website: www.gtc.edu

 

YOUTH OPTIONS

Early College Credit Program and the Start College Now Program for Technical Schools (both formerly Youth Options) information is listed below. Please be aware each of these programs have specific criteria, restrictions, and availability – investigate each option with either the school or associated links below.

 

UW-Parkside Early College Credit Program:

Current 10th & 11th grade students can earn college credit during the fall semester 2018 through UW-Parkside’s Early College Credit Program (ECCP). To see what courses are available, click here- UW-Parkside Course Offerings
Click here and complete- UW System ECCP Participation Form (this form must be typed, then printed/signed)
Click here and and print- UW-Early College Credit forms
Completed forms must be turned into your school counselor for approval by March 1, 2018.

 

Gateway Technical’s Start College Now Program:

Current 10th & 11th grade students can earn college credit during the fall semester 2018 through Gateway’s Start College Now Program. To see what courses are available, click here- GTC Courses Offerings
Click here and complete- Gateway Start-College-Now Application (this form must be typed, then printed/signed)
Click here and and print- GTC- Start College Now forms
Completed forms must be turned into your school counselor for approval by March 1, 2018.

 

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Reasons to Visit Your School Counselor

Students can visit their counselor for a variety of reasons.
Here are just a few of the services that your counselor provides:
    • Schedule conflicts and changes
    • Credit concerns – am I on track to graduate?
    • Personal concerns and emotional issues
    • College and career counseling
    • Scholarship information
    • Small groups
(For other Personal Concerns, including thoughts of suicide, self harm, etc, please click on the link.)

College Investigation and Career Exploration

It is never too early to start thinking about college. We have resources available to help!