Eaton High School Counseling

Welcome to the EHS Counseling webpage! This webpage was designed with the goal of keeping students and parents of EHS informed in the areas of career guidance, academic guidance and social/emotional guidance! Please contact us with any questions you may have via email, phone or a visit to our office!

Core Academic Tutoring

Core Academic Tutoring (CAT) is designed to enhance classroom learning in the student's core classes. Each afternoon from 3:15 to 4:00 p.m. students have access to teachers from one of the four core subjects. Mon = Science, Tues = Math, Wed = Social Studies, Thur = Language Arts

Counseling Team

Mrs. Sanger
970.454.3374 x536
Counselor for Students A - L and Gifted/Talented Students

Mrs. Kaysen
970.454.3374 x538
Counselor for Students M - Z and 504 Students

Mrs. Pelz
Administrative Assistant
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Attention Seniors

Your senior year is exciting...links to all the EHS senior year info.

College Cafe

Attention Seniors! Make sure you are attending ALL the College Cafe's hosted by the EHS Counseling Department during Advising! Don't miss the awesome scholarship opportunities made available at all the College Cafe meetings.

College Cafe Schedule (meet in the commons at 9:28 am):
October 3rd
November 7th
December 5th
January 16th
February 13th
March 20th

Scholarship Information

There are serveral scholarships available to Eaton High School Students.  Learn more about these schoolarship by clicking the links below.

Scholarship Websites

ACT/SAT Preparation

Which test should you take? The SAT contains three sections: Reading, Math, and Writing and Language. The ACT contains four sections: Reading, Math, English, and Science. Both also have an optional essay. If students choose one or the other, that's fine, because both tests have value. But if you submit both, that generally gives colleges a little more information.That said, most colleges require EITHER the SAT or ACT, and many offer score choice, allowing you to report only your best scores on either exam. The state of Colorado pays for all 11th grade students to take the SAT each April. The cost of the basic ACT is currently $42.50 and the SAT is $45. Costs will increase if you add the optional essay test, register late, or send your scores to more than 4 schools.
Preparation Help
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