Guidance Department

Guidance Updates:  January 15, 2019

Returning Jones HS students Registration
Counselors presented course registration information to students for the 2019-2020 academic school year through English Classes on December 17-19

Any 9th, 10th, and 11th graders who missed this opportunity to register for classes will need to come to the guidance office and get individualized guidance from our counselors.

9th grade Course Registration
Jones High School Guidance Counselors presented high school requirements and program information to Carver, Memorial and ACE students on the following dates:

January 11: Memorial MS
January 14: Carver MS
January 16: ACE MS

They will return to meet with individual rising 8th graders to determine course requests for their 9th grade year on the following dates:

January 15: Memorial MS
January 17: Carver MS
January 23: ACE MS

Consider reviewing the Jones High School Curriculum Guide to ensure that you are familiar with the many programs and courses offered on our campus prior to your course registration date.

Parents may request Parent-Teacher Conferences at any time. Please contact your child's guidance counselor below to make the request. 

407.835.2300 (extensions listed below)

School Guidance Counselors

Last Name A – D & Rosen-Parramore Scholarship   Mrs. Wells-Harris ext. 6092311

Last Name E – J    Mrs. Campbell ext. 6092225

Last Name K – Q    Ms. Gordon ext. 6092345

Last Name R – Z    Mrs. Jones ext. 6092200

 Registrar - Mrs. Hicks  ext. 6092303

Registration Information

College & Career Counselor Mr. Bolden - College & Career Website


Assistant Principal of Instruction - Mrs. Vetter

ACT & SAT Information:

Free Test Prep Websites: 

6 FREE Resources for ACT / SAT Test Prep
3. Kaplan Test Prep
4. PrepFactory
5. SparkNotes   
6. Khan Academy

For more ACT and SAT information visit the official Websites:
ACT Information
SAT Information

All high schools will use the OCPS School Community Service Plan to document community service for OCPS students. 

In order for students to satisfy the community service requirement for Bright Futures eligibility, they must: 

Develop a written community service plan which addresses a social problem or concern and his or her personal involvement in addressing the issue. 

  • Submit community service documentation to a school counselor upon completion of the approved activity, which includes an essay or other presentation in which the student evaluates and reflects upon his or her experience.
  • Community service projects will not be accepted if they were completed for: a) a family member or b) prior to the summer before entering Grade 9