GUIDANCE and SCHOOL COUNSELING

Guidance Office: 203.245.6360

FAX: 203.245.6356

CEEB/SCHOOL CODE: 070370

SAT - 2019 Fall/Winter
Testing Dates
Registration
Deadline:
August 24 July 24
October 5* September 5
October 19 (PSAT only) See Guidance
November 2* October 2
December 7*

November 7

*DHHS is a designated testing location on these dates.

ACT - 2019 Fall/Winter
Testing Dates:
Registration
Deadline:
September 14 August 16
October 26 September 27
November 9 (Pre-ACT only) See Guidance
December 14 November 8
February 8 January 10

College and Financial Planning Night

The Guidance and School Counseling Department hosted their Senior College and Financial Planning Night on Thursday, September 26th,  the Guidance and School Counseling Department discussed the following; Senior fall calendar dates, Naviance, Common Applications, Early Action/Early Decision, the College Application essay, scholarships, and more! 

Then, Lewis DeLuca the Coordinator of Student Financial Literacy & Advising from Southern Connecticut State University will hold an informative presentation, ‘Paying for College’.  Parents from all grades are invited to attend.

Presentation from that evening is found below.


 

First page of the PDF file: CollegeandCareerWorkshopPowerPointPresentation

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Naviance

Attention Parents/Guardians:

The guidance office frequently sends important information via Naviance to parent/guardian emails. Please make sure that you have an active email account in Naviance.

NAVIANCE


 

A review course will be offered at Daniel Hand High School to prepare students for the SAT and ACT. The class will meet immediately after school at 2:05 pm until 3:00 pm for 10 sessions.  The first class will be on Monday, March 9th with the last class on Tuesday, March 24th.  The fee for the course is $150.

For more information send an email to: millerr@madison.k12.ct.us

Interested students should bring a check, $150 made out to DHHS, to the main office. Class size is limited to 30 students.