Welcome to the H-W
School Counseling Office
The mission of the Hamilton-Wenham Regional School District Pre K-12 Counseling Department is to guide students to become compassionate, responsible, and resilient individuals who are able to meet the challenges of an increasingly diverse and changing society.
The vision of the Hamilton-Wenham Regional School District Pre K-12 Counseling Department is to create an environment in which students will feel safe and supported in an effort to maximize their individual potential.
As counselors, we work collaboratively to teach, model, and advocate for students.
News and Events
Attention Sophomore & Junior Students & Parents/Guardians
Virtual College Panel - Wednesday, 2/15 @ 6:30pm
Join us for a virtual college panel, click here for more details.
If you missed the presentation, the recorded link is available here.
MEFA Admissions & College Financing Seminar
Wednesday, 3/8 @ 6:30PM - HWRHS Cafeteria
Join us for this in-person presentation regarding financial aid and the college application process. Click here for more details.
If you were unable to attend, click here for the slide show presentation. This event will also be available to view soon at HWCam.org.
Post Secondary Fair for Students who Learn Differently
Thursday, March 23rd 2023, 6pm-8pm at Landmark School
Meet representatives from college and university admissions and student support services, gap year programs, technical schools, and other non-traditional options.
Click here for further details
Just the Facts
School Population - 451 students
School Hours (M,T,Th,F) - 7:40—2:20
School Colors - Blue & White
School Mascot - Gerry General
Nickname: The Generals
Faculty - 47
Town Populations: (as of 2020 census)
- Hamilton - 7,561
- Wenham - 4,979
School Sponsored Clubs/Activities - 22
Number of Athletic Programs - 26
Average Class Size - 18.9 (21'-22')
Student/Teacher Ratio - 12.5:1 (21'-22')
Schedule - 5 day/7 Block rotating schedule
College Placement - 89% (2022)
Alumni Transcript Request Form
All minors under the age of 18 must complete an employment permit application and obtain the permit before starting a new job.
Applications for employment permits are available at: http://www.mass.gov/lwd/docs/dos/youth-employment/youth-application.pdf
Completed applications along with required documentations must be brought by the student to the main office at the high school.
To schedule an appointment, please contact Mrs. Miller at firstname.lastname@example.org
School Counseling Secretary:
Sandy Williams 978.468.0480
School Adjustment Counselors:
Alison Trimby / Danielle Barry 978.468.0483
RISE Academic Coordinator:
Stefanie Rogal 978.468.0432