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Class of 2018 ( Seniors)


 Senior Student and Parent Presentation 


Sign up for REMIND

Get counseling updates specific to your class via text! Remind is a simple way for you to stay informed and up-to-date with what is happening in counseling. By joining your graduating class on Remind, you’re choosing to receive class messages via push notifications, SMS, or email. Don’t worry, your phone number will not be shared with Counseling or anyone else in your Class. Students and parents sign up by sending a text message or email. You never need to visit the Remind site or create an account. To learn more you can visit the Remind site at

Class of 2018: text (248) 327-4125 with message in text @203269 or visit this link:

Letters of Recommendation

If you require your counselor to write a recommendation, please complete and hand in both the Counselor-Student Brag Sheet and Counselor-Parent Brag Sheet.  Please allow ten days for processing.
If you require a teacher letter of recommendation, please complete this Teacher Brag Sheet for your recommender.  Please allow ten days for processing. 

Senior Planning Guide

A "must read" for NHS Seniors!

(updates are in process)
Many Seniors and their parents are anxious to get the College application process underway and the Northville High Counseling School Department is here to assist you!

The NHS Counseling department will roll out the plan for Senior year to parents and students. This includes but is not limited to Senior Student meetings, Senior Parent Meetings and the updated Senior Planning Guide.

Please review the Senior Planning Guide. There are also Teacher, Student and Parent Brag Sheets available. These will be useful for those students whose colleges REQUIRE a counselor and/or teacher letter of recommendation.

Please view the presentations on the Counseling website as well as all of the college search information available - view our College Information link.

Don’t hesitate to have your Senior see their counselor during drop-in hours or they can make an appointment if they have questions.