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    CHS     Colonia High School Counseling - CEEB Code: 310251
     
             180 East Street 
             Colonia, New Jersey 07067 
             Kenneth D. Pace, Sr., Principal 
     
     
     
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    2016
     

       

    COUNSELING CENTER PHONE:  732-726-7058
    FOR TRANSCRIPTS: Click Here or call 732-568-5669
    COUNSELING CENTER FAX: 732-396-3728
     

    COUNSELOR/COUNSELEE ASSIGNMENTS

    2017 – 2018 

    MS. CHERYL GALVIN

    732-726-7054

    cheryl.galvin@woodbridge.k12.nj.us

    Grade 9       A - B

    Grade 10     A - B

    Grade 11     A

    Grade 12    

     

     

    MRS. ANN DINICOLA

    732-726-7057

    ann.dinicola@woodbridge.k12.nj.us

     

    Grade 9       C - F

    Grade 10     C - E

    Grade 11     B - F

    Grade 12     B - F

     

     

    MRS. CRISTINA MARRETTA

    732-726-7055

    cristina.marretta@woodbridge.k12.nj.us

    Grade 9       G - M

    Grade 10     F - M

    Grade 11     G - M

    Grade 12     G - L

     

     

    MRS. LINDA BOWLER 

    732-726-7056

    linda.bowler@woodbridge.k12.nj.us

    Grade 9       N - R

    Grade 10     N - R

    Grade 11     N - R

    Grade 12     M - R

     

     

    MRS. ANDREA SIMKOVICH 

     

    Grade 9       S - Z

    Grade 10     S - Z

    Grade 11     S - Z

    Grade 12     S - Z

     

     

     

    Ms. Jacqueline Giordano

    Student Assistance Counselor

    732-499-6502

     

    Mr. Scott Hulak

    School Social Worker

    732-726-7017

     

     CHILD STUDY TEAM

     

    Ms. Allyson Marone

    Social Worker

    732-499-6578

    allyson.marone@woodbridge.k12.nj.us

     

    Ms. Nina Gambetta

    Learning Consultant

    732-726-7084

    gaetana.navarro@woodbridge.k12.nj.us

     

    Ms. Maria Vetland

    School Psychologist

    732-499-6580 

      maria.vetland@woodbridge.k12.nj.us 

     
     
     

     

     Community 

    Colonia High School is one of three comprehensive four year high schools that are located in Woodbridge Township.  The Woodbridge Township School District enjoys the distinction of being one of the largest suburban school districts in the State.  Located approximately twenty-five miles from New York City, the Woodbridge Township School District educates over 13,500 students within its 24 schools, K - 12.   

     

     

    School Staff 

    Colonia High School enrolls over 1,300 students.  The Colonia High School professional staff consists of three administrators, department heads in all major subject areas, counseling, physical education/athletics, and an instructional staff of over 125 professionals.  

     

     

    Curriculum 

    As a comprehensive four year high school, our curriculum provides excellent instruction and preparation for college bound aspirants, students pursuing alternative forms of post secondary education and those planning direct entry into the employment world.  Each academic department offers a wide variety of course offerings that accommodate the educational needs of our students.  Our diversified curriculum features 21 Advanced Placement subjects, an Honors curriculum in English and Mathematics, and numerous substantive college preparatory classes available at the accelerated "R" track.  For our high academic achievers, we offer a gifted and talented program, as well as a full complement of special education classes for the learning challenged. Woodbridge Township offers an educational experience rich in depth, rigor and balance. 

     

     

    ACCREDITATION 

    Middle States Association of Colleges and Secondary Schools

    New Jersey Department of Education

    MISSION STATEMENT

    The Counseling Center and Student Services are accessible and sensitive to the ethnic and cultural diversity of our community.  Counselors are aware and encourage all students to have access, support and resources to achieve in school and to become productive citizens.  The Counseling Center continues to be committed to providing all their counselees with opportunities and challenges suitable to their needs and talents.