All EWSD schools will be closed starting Wednesday, March 18 and will remain closed until the end of the school year. Please check your school email for more information.
AP exam information, click here
The scores are in! If you have not picked up your PSAT and PreACT scores yet, you may pick them up after the school reopens. Information about the PSAT and Pre ACT scores and testing can be found by clicking the link below:
US Senate Page Program - Flyer
EHS School Counseling Team
*All EWSD schools will be closed starting Wednesday, March 18 and will remain closed until the end of the summer. This information is subject to change DAILY. Please visit www.ewsd.org/covid for the most up to date information.
Incoming 9th Grade Students can access this video link to hear students from our Peer Helper Program answer some common questions coming into the 2020-2021 school year!
IMPORTANT TRANSCRIPT, GPA AND DIPLOMA INFORMATION:-12th Grade GPA's and Final Transcripts - After June 22nd (must be requested by email - firstname.lastname@example.org) Your counselor will send a final transcript to your accepted college/university if you completed the Senior survey in Naviance. If not, please do so now. An email with a link was last sent out June 12th.-9-11th grade GPA's, report cards and transcripts for ALL students - After June 26th (send request to email@example.com)-Yearbooks and Diplomas - Mid July (pick up date - TBA)-Diplomas can be mailed home by email request (firstname.lastname@example.org). All diplomas not picked up after the TBA pick up date, will be mailed to primary address in Powerschool.-New student registrations - after June 21st, all done virtually (with a few exceptions) but collecting paperwork via email and mail ONLY.
ACT - Students who had previously registered for this exam are encouraged to contact the ACT (www.ACT.org) to reschedule their exam to a date in the fall.
At this time, voicemail will not be consistently checked. To find your counselor's direct email, please click here.
Attention EHS students - Please continue to check your school email daily for information from the counseling department, your teachers, administrators or more.
The goal of the school counseling program at Essex High School is to enhance the learning process for all students through academic, career, and social/emotional support.
The school counseling program is a collaborative effort between the school counselor, student, parents, and other educators to create an environment that promotes student achievement.
Counselor Assignments by Student last name
Mark Floyd A A A A Jon Moore B-C B-DA B - COM B - CO Maeve Murphy D-F DE-G CON-HE CR-GE Ben Skoglund G-KE H-LE HI-LE GI-LE Andrew Roy KI-MO LI-PE LI - O LI-N Nicole Gillis MU-SI PF-SV P-SH O-SP Siobhan Barber SK-Z SW-Z SI - Z ST - Z