School Counseling

The School Counseling program at Medway High School is based on the Massachusetts Model 3.0: A Framework for Comprehensive School Counseling Programs (MASCA Model 3.0).  The MA Model 3.0 is a guide for excellence in school counseling practice and the continuous development of a K-12, vertically aligned, comprehensive school counseling program. 

School Counseling Website - This site is maintained by the school counselors and provides additional resources and materials for high school success, post-secondary planning for higher education and career exploration, and social emotional well being. The Medway College and Career Handbook is a comprehensive guide to post-secondary planning.

School Counselors provide services and programming which support goals in academic, career, and personal/social development for all students through  curriculum, career and higher education experiences, individual student planning, responsive services and systems support. We encourage collaborative effort and responsibility between counselors, parents, teachers, administrators and the community with common goals of equity, access, academic success and social/emotional wellness. 

The school counseling staff is committed to ensuring that services and materials are free from bias and stereotypes on the basis of race, color, sex, gender identity, religion, national origin, sexual orientation, disability, and homelessness.

The program is staffed by school counselors, adjustment counselors, and a secretary. The school psychologist also collaborates with school counselors. The program is overseen by the School Counselor Coordinator.

The links below are helpful for all students and families and are provided as a resource for common questions and information. The School Counseling Website mentioned above has additional important information.

High School and Post-Secondary Planning


High School Information

Grade Point Average

Service Distinction Form

MHS Alumni Transcript Release Form

Higher Education Information

MA State Universities Admission Standards

Mass Education Financing Authority

SAT Information and Registration

ACT Testing

ACT & SAT Accommodations

NCAA-College Bound Student-Athletes

Health and Wellness

Navigating Substance Abuse System

Social Media Resources