UPHS GUIDANCE MISSION STATEMENT:
The Upper Perkiomen HS Counseling Program will foster an atmosphere to strengthen and prepare students to be independent and productive citizens in a diverse society. Students will possess the ability to maximize learning of academic, personal, social, and career skills as independent and creative individuals.
The students at Upper Perkiomen High School are high-achieving learners who transition to the adult world and are college/military/employment ready with an attainable postsecondary plan to meet the challenges and high expectations of the 21st Century.
Welcome back!! The School Counseling Department is excited to begin a successful 2018-19 school year!
Attention Juniors: The signup window for this year's PSAT has been extended to Tuesday, September 18th. If you wish to take the PSAT on October 10th, bring $21 (cash or check) to the School Counseling Office to reserve your spot. Remember, the deadline to sign up is Tuesday, September 18th.
Please check our College/Career Planning page for test prep info
The high school counseling department, based on student needs, facilitates and coordinates with community agencies to offer support groups that run on a six to eight week cycle throughout the school year. Topics may include mindfulness, coping strategies, study skills, social skills, self-esteem, new student transition, family dynamics, grief/loss, and smoking cessation.
- Angela Traub, School Counselor, Last names A-G
- John Gunning, School Counselor, Last Names H-N
- Leanne LeGendre, School Counselor, Last Names O-Z
- Kimberly Kelly, School Counselor, Last Names A-Z
- Carol Bedford, School Counseling Department Administrative Assistant