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Pembroke Academy Student Services: Blanchard House

 

Important Links

Programs

CRTC – Concord Regional Technical Center

Adult Education

St. Paul’s School – Advanced Studies Program
The St. Paul’s Advanced Studies Program (ASP) is a five-week summer program that offers a focus on academic rigor and personal growth. This is a great opportunity for students who want to stand out in the college application process and who are seeking a college preparatory experience.

St. Paul’s Invitation 2020

ASP Webinar Flyer

ASP 2021 Student Brochure

Scholarships & Resources

Scholarships – updated by the Pembroke Academy Registrar

The Varsity LetterSeptember 2020

 I am College Bound Class of 2021

I am College Bound Presentation

NH Charitable Foundation – manages a growing collection of nearly 2,000 philanthropic funds created by generous individuals, families and businesses. These donors make it possible for the Foundation to award more than $40 million in grants and scholarships every year.

NH Scholars – is an effort by area business and school volunteers to encourage and motivate all high school students to complete a defined, rigorous academic course of study that prepares them for successful transition to college or university coursework or vocational and technical training necessary to enter today’s competitive job market. Fill out this NHScholars form and return to Blanchard House to sign up.

NH Scholars Slideshow

2020/2021 Scholarships for NH Scholars

Financial Aid Information from NHHEAF

The NHHEAF Network – Helping New Hampshire Families Plan and Pay for College Since 1962.

 

Support Services

The following resources are available 24/7.

Support Services 

Crisis Center Of Central New Hampshire 

 

 

Announcements/Events

Getting Organized with Student Services: Join us on Mondays from 8-9am in the cafeteria to get support on organization, time management, and to goals for getting caught up. Drop-ins welcome!
I Am College Bound: We are looking forward to our annual application event on November 4th. Sign up in Blanchard House! Space is limited.
Financial Aid Night: Join us on November 5th at 7pm for a virtual NHHEAF sponsored informational meeting about the financial aid planning and application process. Click here to register in advance! 
New Hampshire Scholars: Head down to Blanchard House and see your school counselor about NH Scholar eligibility.
 

 

Attention Sophomores: Apply to HOBY! The Hugh O’Brian Youth Leadership organization provides leadership development and training to high school sophomores who are looking to positively impact their school and community through leadership and service. Click here for more information!

Important Information for Seniors

Attention Seniors: Check out these informational videos for help on getting started with the college search and application process!

Getting Started with Ms. Michaud

Setting Up Your Common App with Mrs. French   

Financial Aid and Filing the FAFSA with Ms. Landry

Slideshow Version

College Planning Paperwork For Seniors 2020/21

 

 

 

Upcoming Virtual College Fairs/Open House:

University of New Hampshire Durham: October 22 and November 7th Click here for registration info

University of New Hampshire at Manchester: October 24th Click here for registration info

National Association for College Admissions Counseling (NACAC) Virtual Fair: November 8th Click here for registration info

St. Anselm College: October 26-29th Click her for registration info

Plymouth State University: October 24th and November 9th Click here for registration info

                              

Student Showcase

Congratulations: Corey Cleasby & Ben Sporcic! These seniors are semi-finalists in the National Merit Scholarship Program!

The National Merit Scholarship Program is an academic competition that eligible high school students can qualify for after meeting score requirements on the Preliminary SAT/National Merit Scholarship Qualifying Test.

Congratulations: Sophia Brasley on being nominated as our DAR Good Citizens Award recipient! 

This award recognizes individuals who possess the qualities of dependability, service, leadership, and patriotism in their homes, schools, and communities.

Student Services Department Blanchard House

Barbara Michaud
Director of School Counseling
Blanchard House
Counselor for student last names K-Pe
Homeless Liaison
[email protected]
Voicemail: Ext. 2058    

Pat McLaughlin
School Counselor
Blanchard House
Counselor for student last names Pf-Z
[email protected]
Voicemail: Ext. 2063    

Danielle French
School Counselor
Blanchard House
Counselor for student last names A-C
[email protected]
Voicemail: Ext. 2060            

Jonell Landry
School Counselor
Blanchard House
Counselor for student last names D-J
[email protected] 
Voicemail: Ext. 2059                

Jay Bachelder
Intervention & Prevention Counselor
Blanchard House
[email protected]
Voicemail: Ext. 2085           

Amber Roux
Student Outreach Counselor
Blanchard House
[email protected]
Voicemail: Ext. 2084

Eddie Collins
Adult Education Coordinator
Blanchard House
[email protected]
Voicemail: Ext. 2083             

Marie-Ann Demchak
School Registrar
Blanchard House
[email protected]
Voicemail: Ext. 2064