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Guidance Services
 


Administration Building
25 Valley Road
Princeton, NJ 08540

Tel: 609.806.4200



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Kristina Donovan, Supervisor of Guidance, K-12
609-806-4280


Elementary Schools

The mission of the PPS Counseling Program is to advocate for the equity, access, and success of every student.  Professional School Counselors collaborate with classroom teachers, other staff, and parents and community partners to maximize the development of educational, career, and personal/social competencies necessary for students to thrive as responsible citizens in a diverse and changing world.

Each elementary school has a PK-5 Guidance Counselor who teaches students developmental guidance lessons.

Please learn more about each school's specific programs by visiting these links:






John Witherspoon Middle School

The mission of the PPS Counseling Program is to advocate for the equity, access, and success of every student.  Professional School Counselors collaborate with classroom teachers, other staff, and parents and community partners to maximize the development of educational, career, and personal/social competencies necessary for students to thrive as responsible citizens in a diverse and changing world.

Please visit your child's counselor via these links:

Adam Rothschild - 6th Grade Counselor
Jennifer Walters - 7th Grade Counselor
Cathy DiLorenzo - 8th Grade Counselor


Princeton High School

The mission of the PPS Counseling Program is to advocate for the equity, access, and success of every student. ~Professional School Counselors collaborate with classroom teachers, other staff, and parents and community partners to maximize the development of educational, career, and personal/social competencies necessary for students to thrive as responsible citizens in a diverse and changing world.

High School Graduation Testing Requirements
In order to receive a high school diploma from a New Jersey public high school, a student must pass both sections (Mathematics and Language Arts Literacy) of the New Jersey High School Proficiency Assessment Test (HSPA).~The students first sit for the test in Grade 11.~ Students who do not demonstrate minimum levels of proficiency on the test are required to enroll in accelerated instruction courses designed to improve areas of weakness.

Please visit the~Princeton High School Guidance Department~for information about scheduling classes, planning for life after Princeton High School and more.




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