Male students turning 18 are reminded that it is a legal obligation to register with the Selective Service. Registrations can be made online at https://www.sss.gov/ or at any post office. Further reading is available in Guidance.
The mission of the Allentown High School counseling program is to enable all students with their individual differences to acquire the educational, career/vocational, and personal/social competencies necessary to function and contribute in a changing society, through the counseling of helping students, school staff, families, and members of the community by assisting them in making informed and responsible decisions. The school counseling program promotes school success through a focus on academic achievement, prevention, and intervention activities (American School Counselor Association, 1997).
Ms. Carol Bost, Department Chair
Telephone: (609) 259-7292 extension #1709 or #1708
College-Bound Seniors Night Presentation from September 28, 2016. Click to view.
Financial Aid Seminar 2016-17. If you missed it, click here to view.
SAT and ACT scores must be requested from the testing boards and are sent directly to colleges. For help and directions, go to:
Course Selection Presentation for incoming Freshman
Students, What Should You Be Doing?
AHS CounselorsMrs. Carol Bost, ext. 1710
Ms. Jennifer Garavente, ext. 1707
Ms. Lauren Puglisi, ext. 1711
Ms. Rebecca Groninger, ext. 1712
Mrs. Mary Johnson, ext. 1713
Student Assistance Counselor
Ms. Dara Jarosz, ext. 1723