Welcome to the Terre Haute North Vigo High School Counseling page!

Use the links below to seek Graduation Pathways information and required forms.

Graduation Pathways InformationGraduation Pathways Box 2 PaperEmployment Verification FormInteractive Academic Curriculum OverviewTHN Curriculum Guide2023-2024 Scheduling Information

For additional resources use the “Student Resources” Link at the top of the page.

Meet Our  School Counselors & Staff

 If you need to communicate with a school counselor, please refer to the contact/sign up information listed above.  

Mrs. Shannon McGinnis
Counselor (A-Cronkhite)

Mrs. Stacey Cavins
Counselor (Crouse-Hayes)

Mrs. Whitney Wiencken
Counselor (Hayne-Krumreich)

Mrs. Michele Kirby
Dir. of Counseling (Kuhn-McKenzie)

Mrs. Joan Ray
Counselor (McKinney-Sharp)

Mrs. Jessica Flynn
Counselor (Sheerin-Z)

Mrs. Lori Burns
(812) 462-4436

Ms. Audrey Shock
Data Entry

Mrs. Donna Carpenter
Guidance Secretary
(812) 462-4318

Mrs. Jessica Jackson
GEO College Connection Coach

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Special Interest Links 

Special Interest Links 

Special Interest Links 

TransferIN – CoreTransfer Library – Advanced Placement

Find out how your AP scores transfer to colleges in Indiana

THN is a member of the Indiana Common Core Schools

Do you want to get a head start on college? The Indiana College Core allows high
school students to earn 30 general education credits that can be transferred as a
block to any public college or university in Indiana, as well as some private
institutions. In other words, students who earn the College Core in high school may
already be finished with their first year of college at a fraction of the cost. To learn
more about the Indiana College Core and put together your plan, use My College
Core (mycollegecore.org) and work closely with your school counselor.
What is FAFSA?
The Free Application For Federal Student Aid (FAFSA) is the most important
document for determining if you’re eligible for financial aid — money to help you pay
for education and training beyond high school. The easiest way to file the FAFSA is
online at FAFSA.gov.
After you file your FAFSA, your college will be able to tell you which scholarships
and grants you could receive as well as how much money you can borrow in federal
loans. To find out more about the FAFSA, including what kinds of state financial aid
is available, check out Learn More Indiana’s FAFSA guide for Hoosiers.
Contact Learn More Indiana and get connected with specialists who can answer your

Need Help?

If you or someone you know is contemplating suicide, the following resources are available for support:

The National Suicide Prevention Lifeline

(800) 273-TALK (8255)

The Crisis Text Line

Send a text to 741741