College and Career Center
Warren Township High School offers a comprehensive college planning, career exploration, and counseling curriculum beginning freshman year. A combination of extensive programming and individual appointments with our counselors provides students and families with current information on career exploration, college selection, application, and the financial aid process. School counselors work closely with Warren Township High School’s post-secondary counselors to provide students every advantage in the college application process. Additionally, the academic and personal/social development of all students is addressed through the student services teams.
WTHS utilizes Maia Learning to deliver an in-depth exploratory research tool to plan for their life after high school. To preview the benefits of Maia Learning, watch this introductory video. For students to access, click log-in and then click Sign-In with Google.
CEEB Code: 142-175
Almond Campus College and Career Counselor:
O'Plaine Campus College and Career Counselor:
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Senior Financial Aid Application Graduation Requirement
The State of Illinois is now requiring all graduation candidates to submit either a FAFSA, Illinois Alternative Application or a Non-Participation Waiver in order to graduate from an Illinois Public High School. Click HERE for information in English or HERE for information in Spanish.
Senior College and Financial Aid FAQs
Do you have questions about the college application and financial aid process? Then click HERE to access the answers to your questions!
Navigating College Admissions Testing Presentation
Are you curious about strategies of taking the SAT or ACT and how to prepare? Click HERE for a hepful video!