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High School Guidance Services

Search for a definition of guidance, and you will find a source for "advice or information aimed at resolving a problem or difficulty." (At least that's what Google says.) Our Guidance staff is so much more! We are your go to source for thinking about and planning your future. We are here to help students register for classes, explore hopes, dreams and career opportunities, and plan for a fulfilling life after high school. 

Your guidance counselor is with you all four years (assigned by alphabet). You can count on us to give you tools to create your 4-year plan, encourage a well-rounded and balanced schedule, explore career pathways, select courses at the appropriate challenge level, check NCAA eligibility, and earn college credits while still in high school—all while attending to your interests and well-being. It's a lot to fit into four years, and we do so by getting to know you, helping you discover your passions and making the most of the opportunities ahead. Stop in just to say hello, and if you have a problem or difficulty, know we are here!

And be sure to check out Princeton High School Wellness Site—student-curated resources, information and support for students, staff and families.

Counselors are a primary contact for students and parents. As questions arise about schedules or concerns at school, the counseling office is the best place to start. Counselors are assigned according to the first letter of the student’s last name.

Guidance Counselor: Student Last Names A-G

Tricia Ford

Tricia Ford

Counselor

Guidance Counselor: Student Last Names H-O

Andrea Grussendorf

Counselor

Guidance Counselor: Student Last Names P-Z

Jeff Schultz

Jeff Schultz

Counselor

Guidance Office Staff

Gwen Rapp

Gwen Rapp

Guidance / Registrar

Contact Ms. Rapp for assistance with transcripts, report cards, honor roll, schedule college rep visits, new student transfer credit info, and enrollment for new and returning students.

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