• Branson High School Counseling Department
     
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    The Branson High School Counseling Department has designed a comprehensive program addressing the academic, career and personal/social development of all students. The School Counselors are advocates who help students recognize their strengths and then assist them in designing specific plans of action to realize their full potential. In addition, the program monitors the school environment so that all students are respected and supported. 
     
    We provide information pertaining to college, university or training school and other advanced educational opportunities. The program is designed to help students understand what high school courses they need to complete to best prepare them for further work. The counselor can also provide information about the entrance requirements of many colleges and universities, as well as information about financial aid. 
     
     
  • Counselors

Dixie Bailey

Senior Counselor/Scholarship Coordinator/Dual Credit 
Phone: 417-334-6511 Ext: 5023

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Brad Brown

Junior Counselor/Vo-tech/Alt School 
Phone: 417-334-6511 Ext: 5022

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Janae Schneider

Sophomore Counselor/A+ Coordinator 
Phone: 417-334-6511 Ext: 5024

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Sarah Loyd

Freshman Counselor/SAIL 
Phone: 417-334-6511 Ext. 5021

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Stacy Alms

Registrar 
Phone: 417-334-6511 Ext 5031

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Tori Zeligman

A+ Program Administrative Assistant 
Phone: 417-334-6511 ext 5032

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  •  Summer Programs


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  • Upcoming Events

     Spring College and Career Fair

    The week of March 8th, students and families will have an opportunity to participate in the Missouri Show-Me Virtual College and Career Fair.  Participants can hear from over 120 national & international colleges on March 10th from 5:00-7:45 PM for FREE! All high school students (9th-12th grade) are encouraged to attend; parents/guardians are welcome too.

    Before the college fair, there will also be several college and career planning sessions available on March 9th, 5:00-7:45 PM. Topics include: college planning, financial aid and scholarships, career awareness for high school students, and highly selective admissions.

    To view the schedule, a list of participating institutions, and college and career planning sessions:  https://www.strivescan.com/Missouri/

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    Advanced Placement (AP) Information:  Click the link below for information regarding account set-up, payment, and exam schedule. 

    2020-2021 AP Program Information

     

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     Virtual College Tour Resource

    Students interested in taking a campus visit virtually can use this resource from YouVisit

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     GO CAPS Application for the 21-22 School Year

    Click here to complete the application for the Medicine, Business, or Education Strand of the GO CAPS Branson Program.

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     Branson High School juniors and seniors are eligible to begin technical programs in Construction, HVAC, Computer Information Science, and EMT through the OTC Career Center at the Table Rock Campus.  These programs are offered free of charge to students and are offered in a student's school schedule.  Visit the OTC Career Center website for more information or see your counselor for details.

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    Date Event

    March 11

    Senior Grad Finale Event in the Auditorium during Pirate Time

     March 12

    Registration Deadline for April 17th ACT

    March 12

    Community Foundation Of the Ozarks Scholarship Applications Due

    March 15-19

    Spring Break

    March 24 

    Scholarship Application Due for Groninger Scholarship

    March 31st

    Scholarship Applications due for Shelter Insurance, Junior Auxiliary, Hawthorn Bank, White River Valley Electric, Rotary, and Clay Cantwell

     

     
     
  • College Rep Visits 

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     All College Rep Visits will take place virtually during Pirate Time.