Welcome to the Guidance Department page. Information should be easily found in our links above, but if you need additional assistance, please feel free to call or email us with your questions!
Guidance Department Staff
Lora McGuire - Guidance Director
Grades 10 - 12 (last names Q-Z)
Grades 10 - 12 (last names H-P)
Grades 10 - 12 (last names A-G)
All of Grade 9
Guidance Administrative Assistant & Registrar
The purpose of the Guidance Department is to aid the students in making decisions and assuming responsibility for their academic and vocational goals. The services provided by the guidance counselors include:
- Assistance in academic planning and progress.
- Maintenance and dissemination of up-to-date college and financial aid information.
- Assistance in various phases of career exploration and development.
- Preparation and administration of a variety of assessments: college aptitude, achievement, interest inventories, etc.
Guidance Counselors are available during school hours for students or parents seeking assistance with questions regarding students' future plans and their program studies for which they may feel they need assistance or guidance. Please call 496-4701 to schedule an appointment. Evening meetings are by appointment only.
Click here to visit the page to find information about scholarships. See Mrs. Stefanek or Ms. McGuire for further information.
Current students in need of transcripts, forms filled out, or other help from the guidance office, please plan ahead as they will need at least a one week notice. All initial and final college transcript requests must be made through Naviance. Transcripts are free for current students.
Bishop Dwenger graduates in need of transcripts, forms filled out, or other help from the guidance office, please plan ahead as they will need at least a one week notice. The cost is $5.00 for each copy of the transcript which must be paid for before they can be sent. For more information, please call Amy Stefanek in the Guidance Department at (260) 496-4701, or email email@example.com.
Important Policy Notes
AP Exam Fees: Every student taking an AP course next year must take the corresponding AP exam. The AP exam fee will be $94 for each of the following AP courses: US History, Psychology, and Music Theory. The student is responsible for paying these exam fees. In the past, the Indiana Department of Education has reduced the exam fees to $10 for the following AP courses: English Language, English Literature, Calculus AB, Calculus BC, Statistics, Chemistry, and Biology. We anticipate this will be continued for the 2020-21 school year. If it is not, the student will be responsible for these exam fees.