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Guidance Department

Rhonda Laliberte, Director of Guidance

508.222.6073 ext. 116

Nora Altham, Counselor

508.222.6073 ext. 110

Christopher Charron, Counselor

508.222.6073 ext. 111

John Horack, Counselor

508.222.6073 ext. 114

Nicole Moore, Counselor

508.222.6073 ext. 115

Patricia Means, Guidance Secretary

508.222.6073 ext 113

Events & Announcements

College Representatives Visiting Bishop Feehan

College Representatives visiting Bishop Feehan on September 19, 2018 - College Fair

Adelphi University

Albany College of Pharmacy

Assumption College

Barry University

Bay Path University

Bay State College

Becker College

Binghamton University State University of New York

Bridgewater State University

Bristol Community College

Bryant University

Caldwell University

Central Maine Community College

Coastal Carolina University

Colby Sawyer College

College of the Holy Cross

Curry College

Dean College

Drexel University

Eastern Conn. State University

Elmira College

Elms College

Embry Riddle Aeronautical Univ.

Emerson College

Emmanuel College

Endicott College

Fitchburg State University

Florida Southern College

Framingham State University

Gordon College

Hofstra University

Husson University

Iona College

Ithaca College

Keene State College

Lasell College

Lesley University

Manhattan College

Marist College

Mass College of Liberal Arts

Mass College of Pharmacy and Health Sciences University

Massachusetts Bay Community College

Merrimack College

Montserrat College of Art


New England College

Newbury College

Nichols College

Northeast Catholic College

Northern Vermont University - Lyndon

Norwich University

Penn State University

Quinnipiac College

Regis College

Rhode Island College

Rivier College

Roger Williams University

Sacred Heart University

Saint Anselm College

Saint Joseph’s College of Maine

Saint Mary’s College

Salem State University

Salve Regina University

Simmons College

Southern New Hampshire Univ.

Southern Vermont College

Springfield College

Stonehill College

Suffolk University

The College of New Jersey

Unity College

University at Albany (SUNY)

University of Alabama

University of Connecticut

University of Hartford

University of Maine

University of Maine Farmington

University of Maine/Presque Isle

University of Massachusetts/Amherst

University of Massachusetts/Boston

University of Massachusetts/Lowell

University of New England

University of New Hampshire

University of New Haven

University of Pittsburgh

University of Rhode Island

University of Saint Joseph (CT)

University of Southern Maine

University of Tampa

University of Vermont

Wagner College

Wentworth Institute of Technology

Western New England University

Westfield State University

Worcester Polytechnic Institute

Worcester State University

Xavier University


Details for Scholarship can also be found on Naviance.

Attleboro Rotary Scholar: This award is given in recognition of service by Attleboro residents. Applications are in guidance and have an April 1, 2019 deadline. 

Attleboro Scholarship Foundation, Inc.:  This is an interest free loan. Applicant must be an Attleboro resident for 12 months prior to the date of the application. Applications are in guidance and have a March 25, 2019 deadline. 

Attleboro Fire Fighters Scholarship: Application is in guidance. The deadline is April 1, 2019.

Curtis Stanley Gallup Scholarship:  Preference will be given to a student who has experienced extenuating circumstances and overcome insurmountable odds to succeed. Financial need will be considered. Applications are in guidance and have an April 1, 2019 deadline.

Emmett Larkin Memorial Scholarship: Graduating high school senior who resides in Attleboro and attends AHS or BFHS. Member of the baseball team and played minimum of 6 years Attleboro Youth Baseball League. Please go to for the application. 

Helen & Blanche Scholarship Fund: (3) 1,000. scholarship to three students who are going into the field of Nursing and are residents of Foxborough, MA.  Must be accepted or enrolled in an accredited nursing program.  Application Forms are in Guidance.

William Bergevine Memorial Scholarship: Applicant must reside in Attleboro. Preference will be given to a student who has a commitment to the community through service and leadership. Applications are in guidance have an April 1, 2019 deadline. 

NRT Leonard Flynn Environmental Scholarship: is available to Mansfield seniors who have a proven commitment to conservation or preserving the environment. Deadline to apply is April 30, 2019.  

MM&AS, Arts Scholarship: is offering a $2,000.00 scholarship to a graduating high school senior who resides in Mansfield, Foxboro, Norton, Sharon or Easton and who plans to pursue a college education in either fine or performing arts. Application due no later than April 30, 2019. Applications can be found in Guidance. 

CSF of Mansfield Scholarship: Application and instructions are on the website. Must be a Mansfield resident.


The Wendy's Heisman Scholarship is Back! Heisman-worthy student for details go to - Scholarship information for Rhode Island students.



Mansfield Women of Today Scholarship: Applicant must be a Mansfield resident (male or female) who has a strong commitment to community service. Deadline to apply is April 30, 2019. See Guidance for application.



The Massachusetts JCI Senate Scholarship: will award two $1,000.00 scholarships to graduating students in Massachusetts. The state winners will be forwarded to the National JCI Senate and will be eligible for an additional $1,000.00. A $500.00 scholarship based on need and special circumstances will also be awarded. Application is available at the website: http::\\\


Henry David Thoreau Sholar:
A $20,000 scholarship for tuition to college of their choice. Applicant must be interested in environmental studies which includes oceanography, green architecture, conservation biology and alternative energy. Deadline to apply is February 1, 2019.
The Stephen Phillips Memorial Scholarship Fund, Inc.: 
Applicant must have substantial unmet need or special financial circumstances. They must also participate in a balance of community, school and work activities. Application is at website.
The Comcast Leaders and Achievers Scholarship: Program recognizes students who exemplify skills and abilities throughout their high school careers and who serve as models for their fellow students. One time scholarship of $2,500. Deadline of Dec. 7, 2018
2019 Hamilton Relay Scholarship: A $500.00 Scholarship. Applicant must be a graduating senior who is deaf, hard of hearing, deaf-blind or has difficulty speaking. Must be a Massachusetts resident. Applications are available at the website and have a deadline of Jan. 18, 2019.
61st. Annual Massachusetts AFL-CIO Scholarship Award Program:
information is now posted on our Guidance Webpage.  This is the first year the eligibility is open to all seniors seeking higher education.  The exam and written essay has been revamped this year.  Students who wish to take the exam, can register  by visiting the website at and submitting the form. Applications will be accepted Nov. 5th through Friday, Dec. 14th.  The deadline is firm Dec. 14th.  The new study guide will be available on Monday, Dec. 17th. The exam will be Wednesday, February 6, 2019.  If you have any questions see Mrs. Means in Guidance.
Order Sons of Italy in America Scholarship:
Current members in good standing of the junior division , children or grandchildren of current members are eligible to apply. Applications are in guidance and have a February 1, 2019 deadline. $1000.00 Sholarship
Asian and Pacific Islander American Scholarship Fund:

Scholarship awards range from one-time $2,500 awards to multi-year $20,000 awards. APIASF provides scholarships to underserved AAPI students with a special focus on those who:Live at or below the poverty level, or are otherwise of low socioeconomic status;Are the first in their families to attend college;Are representative of the AAPI community's diversity, geographically and ethnically, especially those ethnicities that have been underrepresented on college campuses due to limited access and opportunity; andHave placed strong emphasis on community service and leadership as well as solid academic achievement. Deadline Jan. 10, 2019

GE-Reagan Foundation Scholarship Program: Each year the program selects roughly 20 college bound students who excel in leadership, drive, integrity, and citizenship to receive $10,000.00 renewable scholarships. For an application go to Deadline of Jan. 10, 2019

Massachusetts Elks Scholarship (Grant): The program offers grants to students demonstrating financial need, scholarship aptitude and good citizenship. Applications are in guidance. Grants may be renewed yearly, based on continued demonstration of financial need and academic achievement. Deadline to apply is January 15, 2019.

Mensa Scholarship: Applications are available at the website. Applicant must write an essay of not more than 550 words explaining their career, academic and or vocation goals and how they plan to achieve them. Deadline to apply is January 15, 2019.

Yawkey Scholars Program: Applicant must have a strong academic record, plan on attending a competitive private college in Massachusetts, engaged in a meaningful mentoring relationship and have unmet financial need. Applications are at the website and have a deadline of February 15, 2019.
Rebeckha Lynn Whitefield Memorial Scholarship: Ralph Waldo Emerson wrote" knowing that one life has breathed easier because you have lived, that iss to have succeeded." Rebeckha Whitefield emulated success everyday through her words and actions. Applicants must describe how they will try to impact others the way Rebeckha did. Four scholarships of  $500.00. will be awarded. Deadline to apply is April 1, 2019. All applications can be picked up in Guidance.  Essay and application must be turned into Guidance for consideration.

HarborOne OneCommunity Scholarship: Opens Feb.1, 2019 Applicant must have someone in the immediate family* with an active HarborOne account in good standing. Deadline to apply is March 15, 2019. Applications can be found at *Immediate family includes parents, stepparents, guardians, siblings or applicant.

W. Duane Lockard Scholarship:  Applicant must be a minority(Alaskan Native, Asian, African American, Hispanic or Latino, Native American, or Pacific Islander), demonstrate a commitment to the philosophy of Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr., and be a resident of Foxboro, Easton, North Attleboro, Attleboro, Mansfield, Norton, Rehoboth or Seekonk. Applications can be found in Guidance or at Deadline to apply is March 22, 2019.

Cumberland/Lincoln Lions Club Scholarship: Available to any graduating high school student who is a resident of Cumberland, RI or Lincoln, RI. Applicant must show proof of good academic skills, good citizenship and must have performed some type of  community service throughout their years at their high school. The applicant must fulfill all the requirements as outlined on the application form, found in Guidance. Deadline for application is March 15, 2019.

Rockland Trust Scholarship: Ten - $2,500.00 scholarships will be awarded to applicants who live in the Rockland Trust service area.
Scholarship will be based on Academic Accomplishment(30 points), Community Service/Extracurricular Activity(35 points) and Essay (35 points). Applications are available at all bank branches or visit Deadline is March 15, 2019.

Walter S. Schwaner Sr. /Boys & Girls Clubs of Northern Rhode Island 2019 Memorial Scholarship: $1,000. Applicant must be a past or present member of the Boys and Girls Club of Cumberland-Lincoln for a minimum of two years. The grant will be based on financial need, academic achievement and community involvement. Applications are in guidance and have an April 10, 2019 deadline.

Other College Fairs

Attleboro Area College Planning Series 



Dear Friend,

The Consulate General of Canada in Boston invites you to a college fair in Newton, MA. 

The event will be held on Tuesday, September 25th, 2018. Representatives from Canadian institutions will be present to answer questions about their colleges, tuitions, application processes and more. 

Come out and learn why over 12,000 Americans are studying in Canada.

Canadian College Fairs


Tuesday, September 25, 2018


Boston Marriott Newton

2345 Commonwealth Avenue

Newton, MA 02466

Tel: 617-969-1000

Light refreshments will be provided.


                                               Institutions invited to attend include:



  • Acadia University
  • Bishop’s University
  • Cape Breton University
  • Concordia University
  • Dalhousie University
  • Glendon College
  • Memorial University of Newfoundland
  • Mount Allison University
  • Mount Saint Vincent University
  • Queen’s University
  • Quest University
  • Ryerson University


  • Saint Mary’s University
  • Saint Francis Xavier University
  • Saint Thomas University
  • Université de Montréal
  • University of Alberta
  • University of New Brunswick
  • University of Ottawa
  • University of Prince Edward Island
  • University of Toronto
  • University of Waterloo
  • Western University
  • York University



Please RSVP to







Navigating the College Search for Students with Learning Differences, AD/HD and Executive Function Challenges
Navigating the College Search Process for 
Students with Learning Differences, 
AD/HD & 
Executive Function Challenges: 
A Workshop for High School Students and Their Families

Please join us for an informative presentation 

Tuesday, October 2, 2018
  7:00 p.m.- 8:30 p.m.

Curry College
1071 Blue Hill Avenue 
Milton, MA 
Paula Cocce
Program for Advancement of Learning
Curry College

Lori Lubeski
Program for Advancement of Learning
Curry College
For more information, or to register for this event, please contact  
Michelle Bracken, Associate Director of Admission or (617) 333-2106
Space is limited! 
Summer Programs at Colleges

Alfred University: The summer programs offer top quality instruction in a supportive environment, enjoyable activities, pleasant surroundings while also giving students an idea of what it is like to be in college. For more information go to

Assumption College: Experience college classes, learn what college is like as you begin the college application process and find out about Assumption College's select liberal arts program. For more information and to apply go to

Adelphi University: Experience life as a college student while pursuing credit-bearing and noncredit courses in nursing, computer programming, psychology, the arts and science. For more information go to

Barnard College: Students will be challenged and stimulated while living and learning like a college student in NYC. 5 exciting summer programs: Summer in the City, Liberal Arts Intensive, Young Women's Leadership Institute, Dance in the City, Athena Summer Innovation Institute. For more information visit

Boston University:  Boston University's pre-college programs offer a chance to study at one of the world's top teaching and research universities. For more information go to 

BU Summer Investigative Journalism Workshop: Three, two-week workshops begin on June 25th and run through August 3.  Deadline is February 16, 2018.

Boston University College of Communication /Academy of Media Production:  Offers creative high school students the opportunity to develop their cinematic or journalistic storytelling skills.Create videos, webcasts, multi-camera productions and more. Program dates. For more information and application materials go to

Bucknell University: Bucknell is launching a new summer program Bucknell Academy Summer Experience (BASE). The program is open to high school students who will be rising juniors or seniors. For more information and the application go to

Cornell University: Cornell University is offering  2, 3 and 6 week summer programs. Students can earn 3 to 6 credits in courses. This summer programs will be offered between June 23rd. and August 7th. For more information go to

Catholic University: Summer Business Institute: The Busch School Summer Business Institute is an exciting week-long educational experience in business innovation, entrepreneurship, leadership, and ethics through the lens of Catholic Social Doctrine. The cost is only $300. , all meals, housing and excursion included. Applications can be found at

Catholic University, Architect Camp: For more informationabout the program, contact Tonya Ohnstad, EiA Director, at or visit

Duke University: Duke Summer College for High School Students (grades 10 & 11) to earn academic credit or Duke Summer Academy for High School students (grades 9-12) to enroll in personal enrichment courses with a global perspective. To apply go to 

Iona College: Pre-College Program for rising high school juniors and seniors. Students can earn three transferable college credits while experiencing college life. Learn more at 

Johns Hopkins University: The Pre-College Summer Program offers qualified high school students the opportunity to take freshman and sophomore level credit classes in arts, sciences and engineering. For more information and to submit an application go to www.JHU.EDU/SUMMER.

Marist College: Earn college credit and get a taste of campus life while still in high school. The Marist Summer Pre-College Program is available to high school sophomores and juniors. Visit for more information.

Massachusetts College of Pharmacy and Health Sciences:  A three day program for rising juniors and seniors who are interested in health sciences, public service and making a positive impact. Students will discover how public health professionals tackle the most pressing challenges of today while working to anticipate and prepare for the challenges of tomorrow. Apply at

Pratt Institute: Pratt Institute's PreCollege program welcomes 400 high school sophomores, juniors and seniors. The students encounter life as an art and design college student and upon completion of the program earn four elective credits that are accepted at most colleges and universities. For more information go to

Regis College:  The Regis Summer Scholars Program is designed for high school students. Earn six college credits through two introductory courses taught by dynamic faculty (English composition and your choice of a communication or health science course). Regis is offering program rate of $1,500 for your rising juniors and seniors with our Dioceses.  For more information and to register go to

Roger Williams University: Academy in Architecture Summer of 2018 July 9th - Aug. 4th. For more information visit: SAAHP.RWU.EDU/SUMMER ACADEMY

Rutgers Pre-Engineering Summer Academy: Rutgers University is offering an intensive one week certificate program to introduce students to a variety of engineering areas. Student must be between 16-18 years old, have completed courses in precalculus and physics and submit an online application.

Smith College: Summer Precollege Programs at Smith are open to academically talented girls who will enter grades 9, 10, 11 and 12 in fall 2018. Enrollment is limited to ensure a quality academic experience. For more information and to submit an application go to

Stanford University: CyberMath Academy - July 6-17 at Harvard Univer and July 15-27 at Stanford University. Student will be able to choose from a variety of options with include College Prep, Math, Coding, Robotics, Game Design and Physics.  Registration is open at https//  Many pre-collegiate programs are offered to students in grades 7-12. To apply go to

Stevens Institute of Technology: Pre-College Programs - go to Deadline: February 15, 2018.

Syracuse University: Students can choose from 30+ credit and non credit programs, explore college majors, study at the college level. Many programs fill up early so visit to register and for more information.

The George Washington University:  PreCollege.GWU.EDU

The New England Center for Investigative Reporting based at Boston University's College of Communication:  Three two week sessions are being offered. Students participate in seminars and work alongside veteran journalism teachers and award winning local and national journalists. For more information visit the website.

University of New Hampshire Hospitality Management Program: The University of New Hampshire Peter T. Paul College of Business and Economics invites area rising seniors considering a career in hospitality management to participate in a one week residential summer program. July15th - July 21st.  Due to the generosity of private donors, the tuition for the summer program is set as low as possible to insure as many students participate.  For the 2018 summer program the fee will be $500. Applications available on Feb.19th.For more information visit

University of Notre Dame: Study Abroad: Rome and Ireland, Leadership Seminars, Summer Scholars.

University of Pittsburgh: The Bridge Program is a college prep and leadership academy. For more information go to

Wentworth Institute of Technology: A four week program in the Department of Architecture called SummerFAB, is being offered to students entering grade 10 and above. Students who successfully complete the program and later enroll in the Architect program at Wentworth can use it to replace a four credit elective course. Graduates of SummerFAB will also be eligible to receive a one time $2,000.00 tuition scholarship towards their freshman year. For more information go to 

Wheaton College: Global Leaders Program: This innovative program will run from Saturday, June 29, to Friday, July 12. Students in the program work in diverse teams to learn how to truly become changemakers in a five-day seminar entitled “Innovation and Social Change.” In addition, they gain a preview of college life through faculty and staff-led sessions designed to immerse them in a variety of academic and co-curricular experiences that will build their confidence and broaden their aspirations. Business and Technology Immersion Experience:  The program runs from Saturday, July 6, to Friday, August 2. Participants will work with other students in our world-class makerspaces, building innovative solutions to the problems they identify. Students will also visit several of the world famous high tech companies located here in the Boston area, having an unparalleled opportunity to meet with industry Pro.

WPI Frontiers: Applications Open Feb. 3, 2019 for Summer of 2019This is an on campus, residential, research, and learning experience for soon-to-be high school juniors and seniors. Frontiers blends science, technology and engineering programs with humanities and arts workshops. Additional information is available at 

WPI: Applications Open Feb. 2, 2019 for Summer of 2019. This is a learning and research opportunity for students entering their freshman or sophomore year in high school. Workshops will be offered in biology, chemistry/biochemistry, computer science, engineering technology, environmental modeling, interactive media and game development. Additional information is available at

Young Leaders Summit/ Hispanic Scholarship Fund: HSF Summer Programs available to exceptional high school juniors (class of 2020).  Young Leaders Summit presented by the Youth Leadership0 Consortium, is a free, four day, overnight, college empowerment conference at the University of Chicago.  More Information can be found in Guidance.

SAT Prep Classes at Bridgewater State University and BSU Attleboro

Information on the upcoming SUMMER AND FALL, 2018 SAT Preparation Courses, to be held at Bridgewater State University, and BSU Attleboro (new site!), can be found by clicking on the link below.

 College Information and Helpful Links

Naviance is a web-based resource that provides students with features that include college research and matching tools, course planning and career assessment. You will find Naviance on the Family Connection website which allows parents and students to manage college and career selections. Guidance counselors are able to track the progress of individual students, communicate and collaborate with students and families as well as submit transcripts, school forms and recommendations through Naviance eDocs. 

 Junior College Information 2018-2019

College Process class of 2020.docx

Junior Group Guidance.docx

Transcripts for Graduates

Graduates who need to obtain their transcript should contact the guidance department at 508.222.6073 or email Mrs. Means at

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