Student Services

Student Services

Our Mission

Ensure equity and access for all students in the identification and actualization of each student’s maximum potential through the continuous evaluation and assessment of the individual’s emotional, social, academic and career needs.

This is accomplished through personal interactions, an engaging curriculum, a formal educational plan and the innovative resources of the Student Services Department acting as advocates for all students in collaboration with family, administration, faculty and the community, which will lead students to become college and career ready upon graduation, as well as productive and contributing members of society promoting life-long learning in an ever changing society.   

 

News and Events

District 202 POST-HIGH SCHOOL EXPLORATIONS NIGHT - Held on Wednesday, February 21, at Plainfield NORTH.  6:30 PM - 8:30 PM.  May attend 3 sessions and gather additional information.  Topics include: Big 10 schools, Financial Aid, Highly Selective Colleges and Admissions, JJC, Military, Small Private Liberal Arts colleges, Student Athletes, Will-Grundy STEM career outlook, and workforce opportunities.

Professional Choice Cosmetology School - Open House Events.  Senior Wilco cosmetology students may select this school.

College Fair 2018 - at Lewis University in Romeoville,  Tuesday, March 6th between 6:30 pm to 8pm.  Over 100 colleges present.

Select Your Electives:  Teachers recommended students' next year core courses December 7 & 8.  Counselors will start meeting with students during the month of January to complete schedule requests.   Course Requests will be available to parents on February 13th.  February 23, is the deadline to make any course request changes. Look under Lessons & Events for our group presentations.

Counselors will meet with most students during PE classes or during another available time for those students not in PE or in Early Bird. 

Counselors' Calendar

Early Bird & PE Exempt

Jan 9 – 12th

Juniors

Jan 9 – 19th

Sophomores

Jan 22 – 26th

Freshmen

Jan 29 – Feb 2

Make – Ups

Feb 5 – 9th

Joliet Junior College offers over 300 scholarships!  Students must first register and get a JJC college ID number in order to apply for JJC scholarships.  Scholarships can be found at www.jjc.edu/scholarships.  Check out the JJC Foundation Scholarship for Outstanding Graduates of District High Schools.  (April 1st, deadline)

How to Apply to JJC, Joliet Junior College.  For more college information look under the College Career Tab.

Midwest High School Scholars Analytics Academy for Underrepresented Groups.  July 8 - July 13 @ ISU.  The program covers all costs, including meals, lodging on campus, field trips, plus a $175 stipend and refund of registration fee. 

Clubs and Activities at PSHS

SAT and ACT test Prep @ JJC