Welcome to the Webberville Guidance Office! We look forward to providing support for our students and families. Our webpage contains a selection of helpful resources in the areas of mental health, college assistance and career preparation. Please reach out to us if you have any questions or concerns.
Attention all grade 10 students! Wilson Talent Center is now accepting applications for the 2021-22 school year!
About Our Staff
Shauna Cadaret is the new counselor at Webberville Middle and High School. She holds a bachelor's degree in health administration and a minor in business administration. In addition, Miss Cadaret will graduate with her master's degree in counselor education this August, with the opportunity to obtain her school counseling license and limited professional counselor license. In her free time, she enjoys reading, dancing, and spending time with her friends, family, and kitten, Bella. Miss Cadaret is excited to work with the Webberville students, parents, staff, and community!
Collen Feeney, LLMSW is the elementary and secondary Social Worker. A proud Spartan, she graduated from Webberville in 2008. Mrs. Feeney holds a Bachelor’s of Science Degree in Applied Psychology from the University of Michigan- Flint, graduating in 2015. In addition, she obtained a Masters of Social Work (MSW) from Spring Arbor University in 2019. She enjoys being outdoors, spending time with her family, crafting, dancing and photography. She is married with two children, Izzy and Beau.
|Meryn Mostrom is a first-year college adviser at Webberville High School. Ms. Mostrom graduated from Glen Oaks Community College in 2017 with an Associate Degree in General Studies. Following that, she graduated in 2019 from Michigan State University with a Bachelor of Arts in Psychology. Being a first-generation college student, she was unsure of the process to apply to colleges, fill out the FAFSA and understand financial aid options. As a college adviser, her goal is to guide students who are not familiar with the college-going process and help them achieve their post-secondary goals. She is ready and excited to help Webberville students!|
College Resource Websites
Virtual College Visits
Log on from anywhere to learn more about Baker College. Explore degree programs, the learning environment, and how they can help you make college affordable.
Virtual College Fairs
These free events are mainly for sophomores and juniors, but seniors are welcome to attend. They encourage you to include parents/guardians as well. Use the link to learn more about the events and to register (required). You can also view which schools will be featured in each region.
- BigFuture Day Southeast - Tuesday, February 23
- BigFuture Day Northeast - Sunday, March 7
- BigFuture Day Midwest - Thursday, March 11
Seniors, please complete this form with updated information regarding your plans for after high school. Also, you can earn a FAFSA raffle entry if you complete it (see above or check your school email for more information). Thank you!
Data and Resources of Colleges in Michigan
This website contains information about Michigan colleges. Explore average class size, registration requirements, tuition, majors, application and deadlines. Contact the guidance office for a detailed spreadsheet of colleges in Michigan.
Dual Enrollment is an opportunity for qualifying students to take college courses while still in high school. The courses taken can count as both high school and college credit! Please check out the information below and contact us if you have any questions.
FAFSA and Financial Aid Resources
There are many resources available for students who are seeking financial assistance for college. You can create your FSA ID and start filling out the Free Application for Federal Student Aid (FAFSA) on the Federal Student Aid website. The site also provides many resources and explanations to help you complete the FAFSA.
Michigan offers many financial aid programs for students. The following websites provide many resources helpful in planning for financial aid.
MI Student Aid Programs
Mental Health Resources
Mental health is just as important as physical health. A student's mental health can seriously impact their ability to be successful in school. There are many resources in our community to assist students and their families in pursuing quality care in time of need.
The Webberville Guidance Office is here to assist students with any needs that they may have in a confidential and respectful manner. Please come by the office or email us any time!
There are many resources available for students who are seeking financial assistance for college. Other college and university scholarships not listed on this page can be found on the website of that particular secondary institution, usually on the page for the Financial Aid Office. Application deadlines will vary.
Many local scholarships are available to Webberville High School seniors. Application forms and more information are available in the Guidance Office. Application materials must be turned in to the Guidance Office unless otherwise noted on the application. Class rank, GPA and administrator signatures will be added to the materials after submission. References should turn in recommendation forms to the Guidance Office directly and not return completed form to the student.
Alex and Mary Vercillino Scholarship Application
Bernard J Simons Scholarship Application
Casual Because We Care Scholarship Application
Gregory Flynn Memorial Scholarship Letter and Flynn Application
Kennedy's Legacy Scholarship Guidelines and Kennedy Application
Lions Club Scholarship
Lisa Borchard Scholarship Application
Memorial Day Run Scholarship Application
NHS American Red Cross Scholarship Application
Rosanne Fifarek Scholarship Guidelines
SSG Gregory William Guy McCoy Scholarship Application
Troy Branch Skilled Trades Scholarship Application
Webberville Education Association Scholarship Application
Other Available Scholarships
Capital Area College Access Network (CAPCAN)
Career One Stop
Federal Student Aid (Department of U.S. Education)
Free Scholarship Search
Greater Michigan Construction Academy
Junior League of Lansing
Kelsey's Law Distracted Driving Scholarship
LAFCU Write to Educate
LEADS! Scholarship Program
Michigan Education Association Scholarship
Michigan Retailers Association
Rosa Parks Scholarship Application
Student-View Scholarship Program
The College Board
Tom Schneider Peacemaker Award
United States Junior Chamber International Senate Scholarship
For Those Interested in the Trades
These documents are great resources if you are planning to pursue or you are interested in pursuing a skilled trades career. MCAN's Roadmap to Opportunity is a fantastic website to check out for the trades.
CapCAN has provided several resources for individuals who are interested in pursuing an apprenticeship. Using the link, you will find apprenticeship websites, contact information, and a spreadsheet with apprenticeship programs in Michigan.
The Early College at Lansing Community College
The Early College at Lansing Community College (LCC) is a three-year program, open to Ingham ISD service area school students.
- Students enter The Early College at LCC after their sophomore year of high school.
- Students will be on LCC’s campus all day.
- Students will take high school classes primarily in their junior year and begin taking college courses whenever they are ready.
- Students will stay at the TEC for grades 11-13, receiving a technical certification in a STEM field and/or transferable college credits up to an associate’s degree.
- The program will follow the LCC academic calendar with fall and spring semesters.
- We anticipate utilizing the summer for short intense courses and for the purpose of exploring STEM fields through internships and job shadows.
- Students must be ready to enter their junior year. (within 1.5 credits).
Eligible Applicants Must
- Currently be on track to qualify as an 11th grader by the end of their grade 10 year (within 1.5 credits)
- Have permission of parent or guardian and recommendation of sending district principal.
- Complete the application packet – including attachments (transcript – verifying credit earned/signature from principal/counselor about “on track” credit) essay, assessment scores (PLAN – Reading, ELA and Math)
- Submit the application packet to your sending district key contact person by required date.
Wilson Talent Center
Wilson Talent Center (WTC) has amazing opportunities for our students with 18 programs for our students to explore. Students can achieve industry certification in a number of fields, earn college credit and get real-world experience. The goal is to be employment-ready upon high school graduation. Programs span one or two years. Juniors and seniors who are on track for graduation may apply.