Welcome to the Howards Grove High School Guidance Department.

Sophomore Parents

To sign up for your Sophomore Parent Meeting with Mrs. Neave, please click the following link:

Schedule Appointment

Transcript Requests

Current Students and Past Graduates

To request a transcript, please contact the guidance office by phone at 920-565-4450 ext. 323 or by e-mail

Camp Rokilio

Cub Scout World Camp Rokilio (Kiel;, seeks students ages 16+ to join us June 18 - July 25 for our 98th summer of Scouting fun on Cedar Lake! Pay is competitive and includes meals and housing. Prior Scouting or summer camp experience is helpful, but not required. Job opportunities include theme area director, dining hall director, aquatics assistant director, health officer, and shooting sports staff. Cub Scouts bring their parents and leaders, so camp staff do not have overnight cabin responsibilities. If you're interested in any of these positions, please apply online at If you have questions about Camp Rokilio or our Cub Scout summer program, contact camp director Michael Thunes at or 920.475.1296. Thank you!

New Holstein Aquatic Center

The New Holstein Aquatic Center is looking for Summer help.  Lifeguards must be at least 15 years old. Concession Stand Workers must be at least 14 years old.  More information on the flyer. 

New Holstein Aquatic Center Flyer

Road America

Looking to Join an exciting environment? Looking to join a great team? Seasonal positions available from April - October. Job Fair on Wednesday march 3rd 1:00pm - 6:00pm at the Road America Tufte Center.  

Road America Flyer


Spend your summer building skills employers are looking for while positively impacting the lives of children.

Counselors learn leadership, teamwork, communication and problem solving in our diverse day camp environment. Applicant must be 18 or older, have previous experience working with children and willing to be lifeguard certified. Summer Dates: June - August

Learn more and apply to Camp Y-KODA

College Bound students are required to take the ACT or SAT for college admission. Schools in the Midwest prefer the ACT. Go to the following website to register for the test, and to access registration and testing dates.

ACT: Students typically take more then once, and predictably, score better the second time they test. Test preparation materials are available through the Guidance Office, and UW-Sheboygan provides a ACT preparation program for approximately $70.

ACT Student Website

Guidance Office Staff

Miranda Lorenz
Administrative Assistant
Krista Neave