College Counseling at Marshall
With an expectation that all Marshall graduates will attend four-year colleges and universities, Marshall’s college counseling program is designed to provide students and their families with an organized and comprehensive process for exploring post-secondary options. Marshall's College Counseling program starts in 9th grade, and guides students to the college of their choice. In fact, nearly 90% of recently graduating seniors reported acceptance at their first-choice college or university. In addition, graduating seniors earn an average of $4 million in college scholarships each year.
Marshall's college counseling process is highly individualized. Marshall’s college counselor meets individually with students during their junior year to identify personal, academic, and co-curricular strengths and interests, to review past achievements, and to formulate long-term goals for college and beyond. Active advising regarding standardized testing, visits to college campuses, and the application process follow.
Marshall has a strong reputation among colleges and universities throughout the United States. Representatives from numerous colleges and universities personally visit with our students annually to provide information about their respective schools. Click here to view a listing of the top national, public and liberal arts colleges and universities (as ranked by the US News and World Report) where Marshall students have been accepted.
Click here to view the most recent college counseling profile.