The goal of our department is to provide outstanding service to all students, parents and staff members. Contact your school counselor for assistance with college and career preparation, college recommendations, assistance with signing onto the Naviance/Family Connections program, scheduling concerns, graduation requirements, HSA/PARCC information, SAT/PSAT testing preparation, financial aid, personal or emotional concerns.
All students MUST have an appointment to see their counselor. To make an appointment with their counselor, students should sign up on the clipboard that is posted outside their counselor's office. Once you sign up for a time, a bright green pass will be sent. You can also email or call your counselor for an appointment.
Twitter account link @MTHStudentServ
Student Services: 410-313-2883
Mt. Hebron Student Services is committed to continuing to provide ongoing support while working remotely throughout the summer.
How do I get support from a counselor in the summer?
While School Counselors do not work full time in the summer we do work additional summer days throughout. To contact us, please send us an email and we will respond when we are working.
Due to increasing enrollment, counselor caseloads have changed:
COUNSELORS FOR RISING GRADE 12 STUDENTS WILL REMAIN THE SAME
Ms. Valentine, Grades 9-11, Last names beginning A-Cha Veronica_Valentine@hcpss.org
Ms. Flynn, Grades 9-11, Last names beginning Che-G Tina_Flynn@hcpss.org
Ms. Flores, Grades 9-11, Last names beginning H-Le Monique_Flores@hcpss.org
Ms. Downey, Grades 9-11, Last names beginning Li-N Allison_Downey@hcpss.org
Mr. Miles, Grades 9-11, Last names O-Sa Patrick_Miles@hcpss.org
Ms. Dolan, Grades 9-11, Last names Sc-Z Elizabeth_Dolan@hcpss.org
What if I need immediate help with depression, suicidal thoughts, or other serious mental health issues? Please contact:
I will be a senior next year, how do I find out information about college applications?
Counselors will be scheduling Senior Meetings over the summer. To schedule a meeting, please contact your counselor.
We will also be presenting to students during the very beginning of school the procedures for how students can request to have college application materials to the colleges they are applying. These sessions will either be held in the classroom or digitally should we remain online when school returns.
How do I request a transcript?
The process for requesting a transcript has changed for the 2020-2021 school year. Please note, while HCPSS buildings are closed all transcripts will be sent electronically. Seniors, please contact your School Counselor for the fillable Waiver of Right form and fillable Transcript Request Form. These are the forms SENIORS will use to request transcripts for colleges, scholarships, etc. Despite what it says on the forms, HCPSS will not be charging for transcripts at this time. Please use the below links to request transcripts for any other reason:
Who do I contact to register to come to Mt. Hebron High School?
Registrations are a multistep process, including: online registration and contacting Ms. Sheila Winters or Ms. Kimberly Tracy, Registrars @ Sheila_Winters@hcpss.org OR Kimberly_Tracy@hcpss.org.
One of the registrars will connect you with your child’s counselor to complete the process and develop a schedule.
What if I need a Student Services Learning Hours Form?
Click HERE to download the form you need.
I need to complete the Attendance form from the MVA for my student's learner's permit
The MVA has a new form (DL-300A) and schools no longer need to sign/seal the form – it is signed by the student and the parent only. You can find the form HERE.
The school system does not carry medical insurance for accidents that occur at school, including non-sport related injuries, such as trips and falls, physical education injuries, and recess/playground injuries. Thus, parents are encouraged to enroll students in the accident insurance program offered through HCPSS.
The Maryland Children’s Health Insurance Program (MCHIP) is available for families, pregnant women, and children in need of medical insurance. Applications are available through the school health assistant or by contacting the Howard County Health Department at 410-313-7500.