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College & Career

Guidance Department and College & Career Center

(located in the Student Services Center - SSC)

Log onto Naviance Family Connection here 
 
Welcome to the Prospect High School Guidance Department.  
 
Prospect Guidance Advisors offer students support in the achievement of high school goals and preparation for beyond high school.  Guidance regularly works with students, parents, guardians, staff and teachers to help ensure student success. We meet with students individually, in groups, and during class visits throughout the school year.  Click here for more information on how to work with your guidance advisor.
 
Students can drop-in during break, lunch and after school or make appointments to meet with their guidance advisor one-on-one, through loopmail or email, at any time throughout the year. Parents and guardians are welcome to schedule a meeting or contact their student’s guidance advisor via loopmail, email or phone.
 
Our College & Career Center (C&CC) is a parent-run volunteer group that helps students with college and career planning. The C&CC provides a number of resources, including monthly workshops, on-site assistance, and support of PHS Guidance events. 
 
Seniors - Planning for College?
 
Stop by Guidance anytime for assistance with your college application questions.  Parent volunteers are also available in the library every Tuesday during Study Hall/Lunch to help with your college planning.  
 
 
Be sure to check out the College Planning Page; and remember to use Naviance Family Connection, a free resource for all Prospect students!  Family Connection provides a great number of college planning tools for students including:
 
  • The ability to browse college profiles and develop a list of target schools
  • View "scattergrams" and see where Prospect students have applied and been accepted to
  • Naviance SuperMatch college search enables students to find schools that are best matched to their own, personal criteria such as location, tuition/fees, public/private, available sports, GPA/SAT/ACT scores and more.
  • Students should also use Family Connection for transcript and letters of recommendation requests.
College and Career Planning
*  College Planning (Admissions/Testing, Applications, College Types, Visits) 
Presentations
*  Parent Nights: 9th Grade  10th Grade  11th Grade  12th Grade
*  Class Visits
Volunteering, Jobs, Work Permits