Counseling services aim to help students help themselves. Through counseling services, it is hoped that each student will become the best-qualified, best-adjusted person it is possible for that individual to become.
Counseling services are concerned with a student's present work as well as future plans. More specifically, these services have been established to assist students in such matters as: adjusting to school surroundings and life situations; making choices of courses which will prepare them for vocations; securing information about occupations; making progress in their school work; choosing schools to continue their education; and helping them assess their own abilities, interest, and limitations.
Special counseling is also available for students who have, or are trying to avoid, serious personal problems. Community agencies will be contacted as appropriate for specialized help.
Thinking about college and what you might want in a career? Now you have a 24/7 guidance partner in your exploration and planning. Peterson's Student Edge is a convenient, online resource that lets you prepare for all-important college entrance exams, search for colleges and scholarships, and explore careers. For details, ask your guidance counselor or click here to visit the Peterson's StudentEdge website.
Note: Entry into the StudentEdge site requires an access code. Click here to download the instructions.
Program of Studies
Beginning each winter, students select courses for the next school year. Click here to download the current Program of Studies course catalog.
The Mustang Profile is a 2-page brochure, produced by the Governor Mifflin High School guidance department, that outlines the school's academic and co-curricular programs, SAT scores and college placements for the recent graduating class, and graduation requirements. Click here to download the latest Mustang Profile.