School Counseling Department
Suzy R. Azevedo, Supervisor
Phone: 732-321-8700 ext. 5020

Office Hours: 7:30 a.m. - 3:30 p.m., Monday through Friday

Sign up today for the 2020 Metuchen Public Schools Summer Institute. We are offering programs for Edgar Middle School students for the first time! Due to the Coronavirus, Summer Institute programs will be running remotely. Registration forms will be completed online with payments being mailed to Metuchen High School. The deadline for registrations is Friday, June 5, 2020. Courses include transition programs for 5th and 9th grade students, Learning Strategies courses for middle school and high school students, as well as AP Edge, College Essay Writing, and math prep classes for high school students. To view the all the offerings click on the link above.
Seniors, please see the attached list of important things to know and do as you graduate. It pertains to final transcript submissions, dual credit transcripts, how you'll request a transcript AFTER graduation, and other important information.
Metuchen High School, through the generosity of many local individuals and organizations, coordinates a scholarship program for all graduating seniors with plans to continue their education in college or other institutes of higher learning. This year, the entire program will be conducted online. Please view the links below for instructions on applying, a list of all 2020 Scholarships with instructions for applying to each, and a General Application that will be used for each.
Metuchen High School, building on a tradition of academic and co-curricular distinction, provides a safe and nurturing environment for all students. As an educational cornerstone in our historical, small suburb, we recognize the high expectations of our community. Our curricular offerings are an integral part of an evolving program that meets each student’s intellectual, social, and emotional needs. We are committed to superior classroom instruction and encourage our students to strive for excellence. Our school balances innovative, experiential, and traditional learning, encouraging all students to discover their talents, develop their strengths, and become responsible and productive citizens of a rapidly changing world.
On October 30, John Iacovelli, former Dean of Enrollment of Stockton University and representative of the NJ Higher Education Student Assistance Authority conducted an information session about Financial Aid. HESAA is the only New Jersey state agency with the sole mission of providing students and families with financial and informational resources for students to pursue their education beyond high school. Click on the link to view the presentation.
Here you'll find a month-by-month listing of the programs & events offered to parents and students by the School Counseling Department. Please take a look - we'd love for you to join us.
On November 12, Paras Jain from STAFFS Prep provided an information session, "Understanding College Admissions Testing." Click on the link to view the presentation.
We have upgraded to Naviance Student for the 2018-19 school year. Naviance Student is the engaging, mobile‐responsive replacement for Naviance Family Connection. It is easy to use with familiar layouts and workflows. Naviance Student, just like Family Connection, is accessible to both students and parents. Naviance Student makes it easier than ever for you to answer the questions that will shape your future: Who am I? What do I want to be? How will I get there? and How will I succeed?

Naviance Student is a mobile-responsive site that employs intuitive tools that personalize and simplify the college and career planning process.

Watch this video to learn more:

Metuchen High School encourages students to sign up for STAFFS Prep SAT prep courses. Click on "more" for additional information.
Access our Genesis Student Information System 24 hours a day to view up-to-date grades and attendance data, communicate with teachers, provide an electronic signature for school documents and more.