• WELCOME!
    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 2122
                      Katherine Rose                    Secretary to the Director                                                   X 2121

      2018-2019 SCHOOL COUNSELOR ASSIGNMENTS
    All counselor assignments are by student's LAST NAME, and may be subject to change.
    COUNSELOR Grade 9 Grade 10 Grade 11 Grade 12 Extension
    Joseph Kittel A - Fog
    A - Em A - Em
    A - E 
    X 2114
    Maeve DiPasquale Foh - K 
    En - La  
    En - La
    F - Kn
    X 2117
    Lisa Roth L- Rod
    Le - Rod
    Le - Rod
    Ko - Pek
    X 2115
    Joe Bensky Roe - Z
    Roe - Z Roe - Z Pel- Z X 2119
    Christine Isola As needed & Student Assistance Counselor (SAC) X 2118
         
    SECRETARIAL STAFF    
    Lisa McLendon Supervising Secretary X 2112
    Toni Stewart Secretary X 2111

    EHS Back-to-School Night Semester 2:  Wednesday, February 13, 2019 @ 6:30PM!

    UPCOMING EVENTS…

      
    W.E.B. DuBOIS SCHOLARS INSTITUTE at PRINCETON UNIVERSITY
    The W.E.B. DuBois Scholars Institute provides scholarship, leadership, community service, and entrepreneur training along with exposure to science and technology for high-achieving youth attending secondary schools.  Students entering 8th-12th grades in the Fall of 2019 are eligible to participate in this year's Scholars Institute on the campus of Princeton University during late June - early July, 2019.
     
    Criteria & Eligibility:
    • application
    • an overall 3.0 average
    • a 300-word essay explaining why you wish to participate in the institute and describing your education and career goals, community service activities and/or leadership roles you have performed
    • two (2) letters of recommendation
    • an official transcript
    • interview
     
    Scholarships may be available to cover some of the program costs.  Complete program information, including the on-line application and total program cost and fees can be found by visiting http://duboisscholars.org/admissions/application-forms.htmlThe deadline to apply is Friday, February 22, 2019.
     
    WINTER 2019 SAT PREPARATION
    Young Scholars' Institute (YSI) will hold its annual Winter 2019 SAT Preparation Class for students interested in taking the March 9th SAT.  The cost of the course is $300 per student and will take place on Tuesdays beginning January 22, 2019 from 5 pm - 8 pm and ending on  March 5, 2019.  Diagnostic testing will take place on Saturday, Januaryh 19th and Saturday, February 23rd.  All diagnostic testing and preparation classes will be  held at YSI.  For additional information or to register, please contact YSI at http://www.youngscholarsoftrenton.org.  
     
    MCCC ENGINEERING
    Are you considering a carer in Engineering?  Engineering careers pay well and will continue to be in high demand.  Mercer County Community College offers engineering degrees that allow you to transfer to area 4-year schools and continue on to become a licensed professional engineer.  In addition, you may be eligible for free tuition thanks to the National Science Foundation Scholarship (S-STEM).  For more information, click engineering or contact:
         James Maccariella, Jr., Ph.D., P.E.
         MCCC Coordinator Engineering Science and Civil Engineering Technology          
         609-570-3462 or maccarij@mccc.edu
    Please see the following links for brief vvideos outlining careers in engineering:
         Introduction to Engineering: 
         Engineering Careers: 
         Engineering Programs @ MCCC: 
         Transferring to 4-year Engineering Schools: 
     
    NEED A JOB?
    Don't miss out!  Visit Ms. Stewart in the EHS Guidance Office for a complete list of "Ewing's Classified" job opportunities!  
      
    FINANCIAL AID
    Financial Aid Night at EHS was held on Wednesday, October 23, 2018. 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.
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    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 2019-20 school year, should stop by the Guidance Office to obtain a packet of important materials distributed during Financial Aid Night.  You may also click on the Financial Aid page on the left tool bar.
     
    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, as well as the flyer for NJFAFSA Days locations.
      
    STUDENT LOANS - NJHESAA Click HESSA Flyer
    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!  
     
     
    TAKE ITALIAN AT EHS!
    Students...consider taking Italian at EHS!  Read what Signor Thomas has to say, click Italian Language