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Welcome to Bear Country!
Meet the Counseling Team:
College & Career Coordinator:
The Montgomery High School Counseling Center offers academic, college and career counseling. Students and their parents have multiple opportunities to learn about course offerings, graduation requirements and graduation plans.
A student who wishes to meet with his/her counselor can stop by the counseling center and request an appointment with him/her.
Are you interested in taking dual credit classes in the Fall of 2018? Then you need to register for the TSI. Click here to register.
Then come to the Counseling Center, located in B202, to pick up your dual credit application packet.
Email Melanie.firstname.lastname@example.org with any questions.
Who to see for information on:
Parent Portal - Campus Registrar, Sarah Swasta
Verification of Enrollment (VOE) - Campus Registrar, Sarah Swasta
Transcripts- Campus Registrar, Sarah Swasta
AP - Laureen Thompson, Counselor
Gifted & Talented - Laureen Thompson, Counselor
Dual Credit Coordinator- Melanie Tullis, Counselor
ACT Campus Coordinator- Jennifer Griffin, At Risk Coordinator
ACT & SAT Accommodations- Laureen Thompson, Counselor
PSAT - Laureen Thompson, Counselor
Pregnancy Related Services (PRS) - Deidra Bartholomew, Counselor
Crisis Related Services- Deidra Bartholomew, Connie Mathis & Laureen Thompson, Counselors
Scholarship Information- Stacy LaBruyere, College & Career Coordinator
Please click on the image above for a list of current scholarship opportunities for 2017-2018.
It is our understanding that many of our students and families are watching the Netflix series “13
Reasons Why”. This series depicts the fictional death of High School student Hannah Baker.
We want to share with you tips, talking points and resources to assist you in speaking with your student
We Care About Your Kids and keeping them safe…
Text “Start” to 741741
Call 1-800-273-TALK (8255)
13 Reasons Why News Article
Montgomery County Youth Services
Do you need....
Call MCYS for Confidential Help at:
24 Hour Crisis Intervention Hotline
Funded by: Montgomery County, United Way, DFPS,
DHHS, Houston Endowment & CDBG
Montgomery Independent School District, with an unyielding commitment to excellence, will provide a premier academic program that recognizes the unique potential of each student and integrates the intellectual, social, cultural and physical aspects of learning. This program will empower each student to become an eager lifelong learner committed to academic excellence, integrity, responsible citizenship and service to others.
Montgomery High School | 22825 Highway 105 West | Montgomery, TX 77356 | Phone: (936) 276-3000 | Fax: (936) 276-3001
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