Welcome to Stowe High School Counseling! The School Counseling Department provides information and resources for students, parents and faculty.
The School Counseling Department's Mission is to assist students to maximize their potential and to ensure students have the knowledge and skills necessary for academic success and personal growth.
The Stowe High School Counselor works to ensure that all students and families receive support and respect and that students feel welcome. It is the aim of the School Counselor to help each student make the most of the opportunities at Stowe High School and to help each student set goals for his or her future development.
Patricia Tomashot, School Counseling Director
Marianna Donnally, Substance Abuse Prevention Counselor
Judy O’neil, Registrar and Administrative Assistant
All Stowe High School students must earn 24 credits, including the following, to graduate:
COURSE | CREDITS
English | 4.0
Social Studies | 3.5
Science | 3.0
Mathematics | 3.0
Fine Arts | 1.0
Physical Education/Health | 1.5
Additional Credits (from any other areas) | 8.0
10 hours of community service is required for each of the student's four years of high school.
Project Anagnorisis (four year journey of self-discovery and of celebration of your progress through Stowe High School) is required.
Please refer to the Program of Studies for more specific information about graduation requirements and academic programs at Stowe High School.