Important Updates from the Counselors

  • Check out the latest edition of Lightning Connectionsa newsletter from our counseling department. This edition has crucial information for our seniors on their college applications and much, much more!

  • If you are looking for the Parent Portal for Infinite Campus, it is listed under the Families drop down menu. 

  • Interested in receiving NHS School Counseling Updates? More information

First Annual Virtual College Evening Event Information

  • Our First Annual Virtual College Evening is coming up on 11/9/2021, find all of the details here: LINK

  • How to participate in a virtual fair? LINK

  • Sign up for the AASD Virtual College Fair: LINK

Counseling High School counselors provide academic, career, and personal guidance to help students make a successful transition through high school and to achieve their goals as responsible young adults. 

Counselors help students assess their interests, abilities, and goals for life after high school. Short-term counseling is provided for personal concerns, but long-term counseling is referred out to community agencies. The Counseling Office has ample material on public and private colleges in Wisconsin and throughout the United States.

Students interested in attending 2-year campuses, 4-year campuses, technical schools, or specialized schools should review the information in the Counseling Office and talk to their counselor. Information and applications for ACT and SAT tests are also available in the Counseling Office.

School counselors are assigned alphabetically and remain with their students for all four years. Stop in at the Counseling Office or call (920) 832-4309 for an appointment.

School Counseling Handbook

Student Services

North High School has the services of many Student Services specialists to assist students in attaining school success. In addition to the previously mentioned deans and school counselors, some of the other specialists available are the school psychologist, the school social worker, the school nurse, the at-risk program coordinator, the school-age parent program coordinator, the Student Assistance Program coordinator, the English Language Learning (ELL) staff, the speech and language specialist, and the hearing impaired interpreter.

Staff is also available for students with learning disabilities (LD), emotional disabilities (ED), and cognitive disabilities (CD). Students who wish to use the services of one or more of these specialists should contact their school counselor. All services are free of charge.