Counselors

Cortes, Michelle

Director of Student Services & Counselor for Students N-Sc and ESOL

michelle_cortes@scps.k12.fl.us

(407) 871-0783

 

Delrusso, Julie
JET Counselor
julie_delrusso@scps.k12.fl.us
(407) 871-0970

 

Isaacs, Erin
Counselor for Students in ESE
erin_isaacs@scps.k12.fl.us
(407) 871-0771

 

Abercrombie, Jennifer
Counselor for Students Df-H
jennifer_abercrombie@scps.k12.fl.us
(407) 871-0894

 

Kaplan, Mckenzie

 Counselor for Students A-De

mckenzie_kaplan@scps.k12.fl.us

(407) 871-0784

 

Maby, Nick
Counselor for Students I-M
nick_maby@scps.k12.fl.us
(407) 871-0898
 

Toro, Joan
Counselor for Students Sd-Z
joan_toro@scps.k12.fl.us

(407) 871-0785

 

Wessinger, Megan
New Horizons Counselor
megan.wessinger@aspirehp.org
(407) 871-0761

 

 

Guidance General Information

AP Bulletin for Students and Parents

2019-2020

 

Transcript Requests

Current Students

Former Students

SSC Dual Enrollment Transcript Request Instructions 

 

Dual Enrollment

Please click on the link below to download the new Dual Enrollment Form (form # 868) which must be typed. Handwritten forms will no longer be accepted.

Getting Your Materials | Form 868
SSC Requirements
UCF Requirements

 

State of Florida College Information

Use the links below to research colleges in the State of Florida.
Speak with your counselor if you have any questions!

 

State University System of Florida

State University System University Matrix
Private Colleges and Universities of Florida
Florida Scholarships & Grants

Florida Shines

 

Bright Futures Scholarship

The Florida Bright Futures Scholarship Program, funded by the state of Florida, provides scholarships based on high school academic achievement. The program has different award levels, each with its own eligibility criteria and award amounts. Awards are per credit hour.

Bright Futures Scholarship Home (Application and Information)

Bright Futures Student Handbook (Eligibility Requirements)

Seniors without Economics or Government classes on campus: This form can be used to help you apply for the Bright Futures Scholarship. All other seniors will be signing up with their counselors through Econ/Govt classes on 11/21/19 and 11/22/19.



Make an Appointment

Parents are encouraged to email their student's counselor to schedule an appointment to ensure the counselor will be available for your visit. Parents who choose to walk in without an appointment take the risk of finding their child’s counselor unavailable or will not have sufficient time to address their concerns. Counselors do realize there are times when there will be emergencies that occur and are unexpected. However, if your concern is not urgent, we would appreciate your courtesy of creating an appointment. 

 

Students can stop by to see their counselors before school, during their scheduled lunch, and after school or they can sign up for an appointment with their counselor below. Appointments made during class times must have teacher permission.

 

Book an appointment with Mrs. Kaplan
Book an appointment with Mrs. Cortes
Book an appointment with Mrs. Isaacs
Book an appointment with Mrs. Abercrombie
Book an Appointment with Mr. Maby
Book an appointment with Mrs. Toro


Community Service and Volunteering

Community Service and Volunteering

Completing volunteer service hours in the community is a requirement to earn a Florida Bright Futures Scholarship. In addition, by completing 75 hours students can earn one-half (0.5) credit of an elective towards their HHS Diploma.  The links below include the directions, guidelines, plan application, and service logs you'll need to get started.

Volunteer Service Guidelines and Plan

Volunteer Service Hours Log