Wright, Kirsten - Counselor

Welcome to Mrs. Wright's Counseling Page!  I am very excited to be your secondary school counselor and hope the links and information below will be helpful resources to you.  Feel free to contact me anytime with questions or concerns! 


About Me and What I Do: Link to my Counseling Brochure

Graduation Requirements:

Stanfield Secondary School Graduation Requirements

Subject Class of 2013 Class of 2014 and Beyond
English 4 4
Social Studies* 3 3
Math 3 3 (Algebra I and Above)
Science 3 3
PE 1 1
Health 1 1
Fine Arts** 1 1
Computer Applications/Career & Technical Education 1 1
Career Portfolio 0.5 0.5
Electives 6.5 6.5
Essential Skills Mastery*** Reading and Writing Reading, Writing, and Math




















 Link to a Print-out of Graduation Requirements

 * = 3 credits Social Studies include: 1 credit Global Studies, 1 credit U.S. History, 0.5 credit Government, 0.5 credit Personal Finance/Economics.

** = 1 credit Fine Arts includes: Band, Spanish, and Art classes.

*** = Essential Skills Mastery: meeting standard on the OAKS, PSAT, ACT, Compass, or work sample in the required area(s) for your graduation year.   


Resources for Juniors and Seniors:

Class of 2013: Portfolio Requirements (Seniors)

Class of 2014: Portfolio Requirements (Juniors)

SAT/ACT Information:
Below are links to the SAT and ACT websites, where you will find information about test dates, registration deadlines, and prep resources, and where you will be able to register online to take the tests. Feel free to see me with any questions you have about these tests or how to register, or if you need a fee waiver.

**IMPORTANT: If you are a SENIOR, December is generally your LAST opportunity to take the SAT or ACT for colleges and scholarships!!  If you haven't taken it yet, BE SURE TO DO SO!

SAT Website
ACT Website

Financial Aid Information:
FAFSA Website 

Be sure to visit the Career and College Center for information and resources - that is where the most updated information and scholarship materials can be found. The link below will take you to our Scholarship Guide, which is a good source of some key scholarships and additional information about scholarship resources.

Scholarship Guide



Resources for Freshmen and Sophomores:

Class of 2014 and Beyond: Portfolio Requirements 


Helpful College, Career, and Other Postsecondary Planning Websites:

College Board

College Net

Institute for College Access and Success


Peterson's Education Center

The Princeton Review

Common Application

Virtual Campus Tours

Association on Higher Education and Disability (AHEAD)

Career Information System

National Collegiate Athletic Association (NCAA)

NCAA Clearinghouse


Peace Corps

Military Information:


National Honor Society:

National Honor Society Requirements

Be a current sophomore, junior, or senior.
Maintain a cumulative GPA of 3.0 or above.
Complete 20 hours of community service.
Attend National Honor Society meetings and events.










Tracking Forms for Community Service Hours

National Honor Society Service Hours Tracking Forms.pdf22.28 KB
Scholarship Guide.pdf175.12 KB
Counseling Brochure.doc10.72 MB
Stanfield Secondary School Graduation Requirement1.pdf149.98 KB
Career Portfolio Requirements - Class of 2011, 2012, 2013.pdf16.53 KB
Career Portfolio Requirements - Class of 2014 and Beyond.pdf20.61 KB
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