Attention: Sophomores and Juniors
The PSAT exam is being given at MHS on Saturday, October 19 at 8:00 a.m.
This exam provides practice in preparation for the SAT. Along with their
scores, students receive their test booklets back with an analysis of their
answers and suggestions on how to improve skills. Juniors who take this
exam may also be eligible for scholarships through the National Merit
Scholarship Corporation depending on their scores. The exam has a fee of
$17. Parents can sign up with Jamie Ricci during Open House with
$17 cash or a check made out to Middletown High School (please include your students name on the check). Please visit her at the College and Career Center table located in the main lobby if you have any questions that night.
The guidance department at Middletown High School assists students, teachers, parents and administrators in order to help your child achieve academic success, meet their personal goals and assume personal academic responsibility. Parents with questions and/or concerns can feel free to call (845) 326-1628.
- 2019-2020 Course Catalog is ready for review
- Are you ready for college? Check out the latest guidance plan.
- Visit the MHS Academies website
Middletown’s Developmental School Counseling Program is:
- For all students, helping them learn effectively and efficiently.
- Has an organized and planned curriculum that is sequential and flexible.
- Is part of the total educational process, with counselors who provide specialized counseling services and interventions.
Colleges come to Middletown High School throughout the year to meet our students.
The Counseling Department promotes Student Achievement, Career Planning, Personal/Social Development.
School counselors work with administrators, teachers and parents on Student Academic Performance, Student Behavior, Social/Emotional Needs, Classroom Guidance Activities, Guidance/Counseling Interventions, Home/School Communication, Parent/Child Relationships, Parent-teacher Conferences, Community Agency Referrals