City Year Application

City Year is hiring Haverhill High School graduating Seniors now. City Year is a paid, fulltime or 25 hour/week position as a tutor and role model in schools, supporting students’ academic and social growth. City Year serves in systemically under-resourced districts and puts an emphasis on diversity and equity and students’ lifetime success. City Year benefits you’ll receive include bi-weekly pay ($890 pre-tax), a $6,895 education grant, extensive professional development, and career support. City Year members make lifelong friendships as they work in diverse teams and join its supportive, inclusive community. Learn more on our Youtube page. Add your name here to get more info and a copy of the application. Positions start in August. Apply by Friday (March 24) to get a decision by April 24. The following application deadline is May 5.

We try to update this site as often as possible to provide students and their families with the most current information regarding standardized testing, important dates and deadlines, college and career planning, scholarships, and much more.

Understanding Financial Aid Offers & Paying the College Bill

Monday, March 27 at 5:00pm EST

This webinar provides valuable guidance for high school seniors who have received their college acceptance letters and financial aid offers and are trying to make the college decision. Topics include an overview of different types of financial aid, an explanation of how to calculate the balance due at each college, and methods for paying the college bill. There will be time at the end for questions about financial aid offers and Tuition Break.

To access this live webinar and all previous recorded webinars, please register here.

Parent Information Nights

Class of 2024
Junior Booklets

There is much to do in your junior year in order to prepare for life beyond Haverhill High School. The purpose and benefit of this booklet is to help you as you begin to make those important decisions. We would like to help make this process as smooth and user-friendly as possible for you, your parents/guardians, and your School Counselor.

Spanish HHS Junior Intro to Post Secondary Planning

Junior Booklet Class of 2024 – English
Junior Booklet Class of 2024 – Spanish

Class of 2025
Sophomore Night

The HHS School Counseling/Guidance Department will be hosting a Sophomore Parent Information Night for the Class of 2025.

Thursday March 9, 2023
5:00 PM – 6:00 PM
HHS Library

Haverhill High School School Counselors will be on hand to answer questions about; graduation/promotion requirements, GPA, course selection, school engagement, State and standardized testing, Early College, and a Q & A

Sophomore Parent/Guardian Night Presentation


College Workshops

Class of 2024 – Junior/Parent Night

Monthly Parent Coffee Hour

NECC on-the spot Admissions

FAFSA Support Events

For more important dates, Click Here

Monthly Parent Coffee Hour

Join our Monthly Parent Coffee Hour hosted by the School Counseling Department. This event will guide parents with:

  • Student/Parent opportunities and Events
  • Grade Level Expectations
  • College and Career Planning
  • College Applications, SAT Timelines
  • Financial Aid and other Resources

Need Support with FAFSA and Financial Aid?

uAspire provides students and families a webinar style virtual presentation that covers the entire FAFSA by section, outlining what information is necessary, detailing common confusion spots, and discussing how to answer questions. For more information, click here. Click on the date and time to confirm.

Haverhill School Committee
Scholarship Application

Haverhill School Committee ~ Haverhill, Massachusetts 01830
Deadline: Friday, May 19, 2023 @ 4:00 p.m.

Submit the application form along with requested information to
Haverhill School Committee Scholarship Application

Northern Essex Community College
On-The-Spot Acceptance

School counselors collaborate with NECC and UAspire on FAFSA workshops throughout the year.

Counselor Connection Newsletter

Attached you will find a copy of the School Counseling department’s quarterly newsletter. It includes current and upcoming guidance events for each grade level through the second quarter of this school year. Please reach out to your counselor with any questions.



Naviance Family Connection
The Naviance App is now available for smart phones at the app store!

Planning on Playing Sports in College

NCAA – Student Athlete Tool Kit


Occupational Information Network

Early College

For more information regarding Early College, please visit their website.


Scholarship Information

A full description including eligibility requirements and deadlines can be found on Naviance.

JAN 5 Diller Teen Tikkum Olam Awards
JAN 5 GE-Reagan Foundation Scholarship Program
JAN 9 Ron Brown Scholarship Program
JAN 10 Love Your Career
JAN 13 DECA Student
JAN 13 Profile in Courage High School Awards
JAN 14 Dr. Meme Heineman
JAN 15 DFA Cares Foundation Scholarship
JAN 15 Mensa US
JAN 15 Washington Crossing Foundation
JAN 19 National BETA Scholarship
JAN 31 ExploraVision Awards
JAN 31 Jet Future Business Leaders
FEB 1 Henry David Thoreau Scholar
FEB 10 Texting and Driving Prevention
FEB 15 4-year Marine Corps Option NROTC Scholarship
FEB 20 Sloane Stephens Doc & Glo
FEB 28 Coast Guard Exchange
FEB 28 Divorce Stigma
FEB 28 Fair Divorce Legislation
FEB 28 Merrimack Valley Credit Union & Bridgewater Credit Union 2023 Scholarship Awards
FEB 28 Sport Injury Scholarship
FEB 28 The Places You Go Scholarship
MAR 1 Children Of Warriors National Presidents’ Scholarship
MAR 1 2023 ALAA Scholarship
MAR 15 Horatio Alger Scholarship
MAR 30 NextLevel Student Scholarship
MAR 31 National Jewish Committee Eagle Scout Scholarship

Information for Alumni

Requests for Records

Schools requesting records should email their requests on school letterhead to

Transcript Requests for Former Students

Former students may request a copy of their transcript by emailing the Guidance Department at: Please include the following information:

  • Name as it appeared when attended HHS
  • Year of Graduation
  • Date of Birth
  • Telephone number where you can be reached
  • Full Name and Address where transcript should be mailed

Please allow 2-3 business days for processing.

CEEB#: 220985
HHS School Profile 2022 2023



Petra Farias

Supervisor of School Counseling K-12

978-374-5700 ext. 1133

Marie Gravel

Counseling Clerk

978-374-5700 ext. 1134

Shanon Almonte

Counseling Clerk

978-374-5700 ext. 1182

Susan Beaudoin

Guidance Counselor GR 9 / A-GAP

(978) 374-5700 x1106

Stephen Gwinn

Guidance Counselor GR 9 / GAR-O

978-374-5700 ext. 1107

Erika Lynch

Guidance Counselor GR 9 / P-Z

978-374-5700 ext. 1188

Erica Sullivan

Guidance Counselor GR 10-12 / A-CHI

978-374-5700 ext. 1132

Ryan Foran

Guidance Counselor GR 10-12 / CHM - FRA

978-374-5700 ext. 1127

Samantha Horne

Guidance Counselor GR 10-12 / FRE - LEE

978-374-5700 ext. 1137

Amy Rodriguez

Guidance Counselor GR 10-12 / LEG - O

978-374-5700 ext. 1187

Jennifer Breslin

Guidance Counselor GR 10-12 / P - SANC

978-374-5700 ext. 1135

Andy Alsup

Guidance Counselor GR 10-12 / SAND - Z

978-374-5700 ext. 1108

Shauna Cruz

Guidance Counselor GR 9-12 Bilingual Counselor

978-374-5700 ext. 1185

Stacey O’Brien

College & Career Counselor/Early College

978-374-5700 ext. 1142

Edzaida Alvarez

Early College Engagement Specialist


Amanda Wells

Early College Promise Coordinator


Kristen Sevene

Principal Clerk - Early College