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Student Services

KHS Counseling

The Kewaskum School Counseling Program works with students academically, socially, emotionally, and vocationally through student-centered activities.

Contact Us:
262-626-3105

Abby Brendemuehl, counselor ext 4144 (last names A-K) email

Karla Daane, counselor ext 4146 (last names L-Z) email

Jolene Aupperle, Counseling Office Secretary ext 4140 email

Financial Aid Night:  

We are hosting representatives from UW Washington County to educate students and parents on the FAFSA.  Financial aid forms may be submitted starting October 1st!  Don't miss out on money for college.  Please join us on Wednesday, September 20th at 6:00 pm in the KHS Theatre.

Here are a few helpful resources:

2017-2018 FAFSA updates

Financial aid at a glance

College Goal Wisconsin (various locations that will help walk you through filling out your FAFSA!)

Completing the FAFSA

Don't get scammed

Financial Aid Myths

Fall is college application time for seniors!

Choosing a college

Applying to college

Calculating the price of college

Finding scholarships

The KEYS and Local Scholarship Program will be available in November.  TBA.  All seniors will be invited to attend our informational session during the school day.

Letters of recommendation form (If required by college or for scholarship purposes)

Transcript Request Information  All transcript orders are handled through Parchment.  There is a $5.00 charge for all official transcripts.  They may be mailed or sent electronically.  Students may request a free unofficial self view.  Seniors will need to request transcripts for each college that they are applying to.  A final transript will also need to be requested by the student upon graduation.

KSD ACP Planning Guide 17-18

The student services team is excited to share with you the Kewaskum School District Academic and Career Planning Guide. This guide is intended to aid students in the creation of their academic and career plans. Organized by career clusters, it guides students in the intentional choosing of appropriate course work, lists clubs and organizations relevant to each career cluster, and details career focused experiences offered within each area of interest.

Course Registration for 2017-2018 School Year

Course Selection Handbook 2017-2018