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Whether you are a high school senior or just beginning your seventh-grade year at Madison Grant, our Guidance and Counseling Department is here to answer any questions you have. We strive to ensure that every MG student has the opportunity to reach his/her full potential, and planning is vital to your success. We invite parents and students to contact us or stop by our office with any questions that come up.

School Counselors

If you’d like to request a meeting with one of our counselors, simply complete the request form below. We look forward to hearing from you!

Gwen Hodson
10–12 Grade Counselor

Meylissa Stanley
7–9 Grade Counselor

21st Century Scholars

The 21st Century Scholars Program began in 1990 to ensure that all Indiana families can afford a college education for their children. Students can only qualify for this scholarship as 7th or 8th graders. Learn more from your guidance counselor or by visiting the 21st Century Scholar website.

College Visitation

Choosing the right college is a big decision - one that requires more than just a cursory look at each school’s financial commitment. We encourage all high school students to visit their top choices before making this all important decision. To help, we give every student in grades 9-12 two days each semester for college visits. 

Students must:

  • Obtain a visitation form from their guidance counselor
  • Have passing grades in all classes at the time of the visit
  • Set up an appointment with a representative from their college of choice

Dual Credit Opportunities

At Madison Grant Jr/Sr High School we offer a wide variety of dual credit coursework, from the one credit freshmen earn for college and career prep to 8 credits of Spanish for our advanced students. In fact, the top 25 students in our last graduating class earned an average of 24 college credits - that is almost a full year of college! 

We have partnerships with Indiana University, Vincennes University, Ivy Tech, Indiana Wesleyan University, and Taylor University. Some classes meet at Madison-Grant and use our teachers as instructors, some meet on the college campus with college professors, and some options are online with both high school teachers and college professors. Our career and technical students typically earn dual credit and or certification in their field of study as well. Due to these partnerships our students have the opportunity to earn advanced credit in every discipline.

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