Welcome to the Counseling Department!

  • The Counseling Department provides academic, career, and personal/social support to all learners.

    The mission of the secondary level counseling departments is to provide a comprehensive school counseling program that addresses the academic, career, and personal/social development of all learners through a collaborative effort between the home, school, and community. The ultimate objective is to prepare learners to be productive, well-rounded, informed, and responsible contributing members of society.

    School counselors are professional school advocates who provide support to maximize learner potential and achievement. In partnership with other educators, families, and the community, school counselors facilitate a support system to ensure all learners have access to the tools enabling them to become responsible and productive citizens. 

Counseling Department Resources

  • New Learner Registration/Enrollment

    If your family is NEW or returning to West Fargo Public Schools and you would like to register your learner(s), click here for details.  

    West Fargo High School Counseling Office Procedures

    Welcome to the West Fargo High School counseling website. Learners and families are encouraged to check this website often for important information and updates. In-person appointments with your school counselor can be made by calling (701-356-2055) or visiting the counseling office.

    Inclement Weather Days

    Learners may meet on Microsoft Teams with their school counselor on inclement weather days. School counselor office hours are 10:30am – 12:30pm. To make an appointment, learners should email their school counselor to identify an available time. The school counselor will respond with available appointment times and instructions on using Microsoft Teams.  

    The purpose of virtual counseling is to provide brief academic, career, and social/emotional supports. Virtual counseling appointments are not intended for emergencies. If your learner is experiencing a mental health emergency while at home, here are options to consider:  

    • FirstLink: Dial 2-1-1 or text your zip code to 898-2-1-1.   

    • National Suicide Prevention Lifeline: Dial 9-8-8 or text 9-8-8  

    • If your child is in crisis, please call 9-1-1 or go to your nearest emergency room.  

     

    Scholarship Applications

    All scholarship-related questions can be directed to the counseling department office assistant, Mrs. Lucy Spaeth.  Additional information is located on the WFHS Financial Aid and Scholarship webpage.

     

    Transcript Requests

    To request a transcript, follow the procedure through eTranscript.  If you have questions or need assistance, please email Mrs. Lucy Spaeth, Office Assistant. Please allow two school days for transcript requests to be processed.  During June-July, the counseling office is closed; please allow 7 days for transcript requests to be processed.

     

    ACT Resources

    ACT or ACT Plus Writing

    • Preferred by regional colleges
    • Required by ND Scholars program in June following Junior year
    • Required for ND State Scholarship by February National Test Date during senior year
    • Tests reading, mathematics, English, science reasoning and writing
    • College Readiness scores of: English 18, math 22, reading 21, science 24, writing 7+ 
    • Perfect sub-score 36 and perfect composite is 36
    • Register online at www.act.org

    FREE Test Prep

    ZAPS Seminar

    National Test Dates

    ACT Fees

ACT School Code

WFHS ACT School Code: 351845

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