Ewing High School Guidance Department
    PHONE: 609.538.9800 X 2111            FAX: 609.771.9132               CEEB CODE: 311-480
    Betty Jo Prince         Director of Counseling Services & Assessment             X 7161
                     Katherine Rose                       Secretary to the Director                                                                                    X 7160 

    All counselor assignments are by student's LAST NAME
    COUNSELOR Grade 9 Grade 10 Grade 11 Grade 12 Extension
    Joseph Kittel A - Em
    A - Em A - E
    A - D 
    X 2114
    Christine Kretz En - La 
    En - La  
    F - Kn
    E - Leg
    X 2117
    Lisa Roth Le- Rod
    Le - Rod
    Ko - Pek
    Leh - Ric
    X 2115
    Shalieka Jarrett Rog- Z
    Rog - Z Pel - Z Rid - Z X 2119
    Lori Amison Student Assistance Counselor X 2163 / X 3145
    Lisa McLendon Supervising Secretary X 2112
    Toni Stewart Secretary X 2111

    Naviance Introduction for Parents:  Thurs, Oct 19th @ 6:30 PM - EHS Rm 127


    NAVIANCE PARENT INTRODUCTION:  Thurs, Oct 19, 2017 @ 6:30 PM
    The EHS Guidance Department invites all parents and guardians to attend an introduction to Naviance Family Connection on Thursday, October 19, 2017 @ 6:30 PM in Room 127.  Parents will learn how their child can use Naviance to research careers, colleges and more.  Seniors are required to use Naviance in the college application process.  Reservations are required, so call 609-538-9800 X 2111 or email Ms. Stewart at tstewart@ewingboe.org.  Click flyer for complete details. 
    Don't miss out!  Visit Ms. Stewart in the EHS Guidance Office for a complete list of "Ewing's Classified" job opportunities!  With the holidays just around the corner, the opportunities are plentiful! 
    The New Jersey Rising Scholars Recognition Program will recognize high school seniors graduating in the 2017-2018 school year who are leaders in their schools and communities (click memo for details).  The program acknowledges students from diverse backgrounds who are interested in attending an HBCU (Historically Black Colleges and Universities) and have defined career and educational goals.  It culminates with an awards ceremony in the Trenton area on Sunday, November 12, 2017.  In addition, students selected as 2017 NJ Rising Scholars may be eligble to receive the HBCU Rising Scholars Fund Scholarship.  Based on the availability of funds, this non-recurring scholarship will be awarded by The Malcolm Bernard HBCU College Fair, Inc., to a selet number of incoming college freshman who enroll in an HBCU in the fall of 2018 and who are in need of financial assistance.  Click application - Due date is Monday, October 23, 2017. 
    NATIONAL COLLEGE FAIR:  Tuesday, November 14, 2017 (9-11AM)
    Attention Juniors and Seniors...On November 14th EHS will sponsor a bus trip to Bordentown High School for the National College Fair.  The bus will leave EHS approximately 9AM and return approximately 11AM and is free of charge to all who return their permission slip (obtained in the EHS Guidance Office) by Monday, November 6, 2017.  See Ms. Stewart in the Guidance office now to get your permission slip! 
    2017 TEEN STEM CONFERENCE:  Thursday, November 9, 2017 (9AM-3PM)
    The Boys & Girls Clubs of Mercer County and Comcast are proud to announce the opening of registration for the 2017 Teen STEM (Science, Technology, Engineering, Math) Conference for current 6th to 11th grade students at 1040 Spruce Street Community Center in Lawrence Township.  There is a $35 fee to register, or $40 after 10-15-2017 (fee includes a continental breakfast and boxed lunch).  Space is limited so don't delay in registering.  Register online at http://www.bgcmercer.org/events-page/tweenteen-stem-conference.  For additional questions and information, or to request a scholarship (for students in need of financial assistance to attend), call 609-695-6060 extension 0. 
         Financial Aid Night at EHS was held on Wednesday, October 4, 2017. Wil Casaine, Executive Director of Financial Aid, Tutoring, and The Center for Student Success at The College of New Jersey (TCNJ), served as the evening's guest speaker and provided an overview on the financial aid process. Topics covered during this FREE event included navigating the Free Application for Federal Student Aid (FAFSA), need-based and merit aid, and federal and state grant programs and scholarships.
    ​     If you missed Financial Aid Night, the presentation can be viewed by clicking Financial Aid Presentation.  Any senior planning to apply for financial aid for the 2018-19 school year, should stop by the Guidance Office to obtain a packet of important materials distributed during Financial Aid Night.
       FREE FAFSA help is also available to students and families.  Please select the NJFAFSA Flyers in English or Spanish to obtain additional information on when these events will take place.
    Click on the "Financial Aid" page (on the blue tool bar on the left) to read all about the New Jersey High Education Student Assistance Authority's (NJHESAA) new Student Loan Guide and related student loan resources!  
    Students...consider taking Italian at EHS!  Read what Signor Thomas has to say, click Italian Language
    In December of 2013, the administrator of the SAT®, the College Board, announced that revisions to the SAT will be implemented in the spring of 2016.  As with previous test revisions, the PSAT changed first in the fall of 2015, and the SAT followed March 2016.  The revision is comprehensive, and there is no question that the SAT in March 2016 looked significantly different from the older version.  For complete details, visit the SAT Test Change Resource Center at www.kaptest.com/satchange.