Guidance Office

Phone: (207) 859-2437 
Fax: (207) 859-2480

Guidance Office Staff 

Thomas McNeil - Guidance Director A-La (all grades)   (
Leeann Marin - Guidance Counselor Le-Z (all grades) and Registrar (

Barbara Theobald - Secretary  (


 Annual Financial Aid Night

September 11, 2019   6:00 pm 

Winslow High School Auditorium

Juniors, Seniors, and their parents

 Finance Authority of Maine (FAME) will share valuable and useful information about the financial aid process, how to apply for financial aid, and what happens after the FAFSA is filed.  This presentation is very helpful for people who have not applied for financial aid recently as the process has changed.

There will also be “one-on-one” FAFSA help sessions during October and November.   Families who want personal and confidential assistance can call Guidance to make an appointment.


For more information 

or if you have any questions, 

please call the Guidance Office 

at 859-2437

The FAFSA is coming! Use this Get Ready checklist and check out this Get Ready to File video to prepare! 

Attend an Open House!

Financial Aid Information (FAFSA, CSS Profile)

Scholarship information

SAT info

SAT Subject Tests




Test Prep

Career Planning

WHS Resources

Click here for the scholarship directory and upcoming scholarships and deadlines. 

Graduates:  need your transcripts?

Transcript Request Form for Alumni 

Spring letter for Juniors

Program of Studies 2019-2020 (revised 4/29) 

New MMTC Course offered for 2019-2020:

The Outdoor Leadership program will prepare students for careers in the outdoor recreation and natural resources industries. Students will develop skills in white water rafting, canoeing, environmental ethics, wildlife habitat & behavior, navigation, recreational safety, "traceless" conservation practices, leadership and more.  In addition, students will be exposed to various careers from Game Wardens and Maine Guides, to Foresters and Timber Harvesters. Students can work toward industry certification, such as: Maine recreational safety, Registered Maine Guide licensure, environmental conservation endorsements, wilderness first aid, etc. Students will also be prepared to enter college degree programs like natural resource recreation and tourism, outdoor recreation business administration, wildlife biology, forestry, outdoor education, parks-recreation and leisure facilities management, organizational leadership, and many more.