Meet our Guidance Team
Please call 302-696-2000 to schedule an appointment
Guidance & College Counseling
The Guidance Office is located across the hall from the Main Office.
To send an email, click the Counselor's picture.
Our office offers program that provide academic, college & career counseling to all students, and individual student counseling as needed. Our goal is to help all students reach their full potential by providing them with support and working with them to overcome any challenges they may face while in high school. Some services available to students include:
• Academic planning and course selection guidance
• Monitoring of academic progress and communicate with teachers and parents
• Development of skills essential to high school and post-secondary success
• College and career exploration and guidance
• Consultation and meetings with students, teachers and parents
• Contact with area colleges through local College Fairs and access to resources
• Crisis intervention counseling
• Personal and emotional counseling as well as referrals to mental health resources
Throughout the school year information will be posted on the Schoology website under “Counselor’s Corner”. Information on Schoology will include advisory lessons, important guidance related announcements, information about upcoming events, and links to other helpful resources. We encourage you to monitor the Counselor’s Corner Schoology page, so you have access to all current information and resources posted.
College Test Prep Resources
Use the links below for information and to help prepare for the SAT & ACT exams
MOT Charter does not endorse any of the tutoring/testing service providers listed below:
SAT Preparation iPhone/iPad/Android Apps - Adapster
Huntington Learning Center – Newark - (302) 737-1150
Huntington Learning Center – Wilmington - (302) 478-4242
Kaplan Testing - 1-800-KAPTEST
Princeton Review - 1-800-2REVIEW
Here's Information To Get You StartedCOLLEGE PLANNINGCollege PlanningApproximately $9 million in scholarships are offered each year related to academic excellence, leadership potential, and athletic achievement. As much as we value our academic successes, our goal is to help students choose character before career and wisdom beyond scholarship. Students are encouraged to start researching scholarships prior to their senior year through online resources or by working with the Guidance Counselor’s office.
Graduating seniors should complete the Free Application for Federal Student Aid (FAFSA) in the fall of their senior year to qualify for the best financial packages from colleges. Based on the result of the FAFSA, students will receive federal/state grants and loans.COMMITMENT TO DELAWAREANSCommitment to DelawareansMany of our students qualify for the in-state program, University of Delaware’s Commitment to Delawareans.
From the program: Delaware first. These words embody a commitment we take very seriously at UD. As Delaware’s flagship university, this is a commitment to the residents of our state to provide an affordable, top-quality education.
Historically, close to 90% of Delawareans who apply are admitted to UD, with approximately 65% gaining a place on our main campus and approximately 25% are admitted to the University’s Associate in Arts Program. Delawareans who apply for admission by the deadline of January 15, can be confident they will never compete with non-Delawareans for spaces at the University.SCHOLARSHIP RESOURCESScholarship Resources
To receive application notices about scholarships, deadlines and offers please register at the following online scholarship search resources/directories:
- NASFAA – the National Association of Student Financial Aid Administrators
- Chegg – research colleges & universities
For more information, please visit the Guidance office.