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Webster Thomas Counseling Center

Counseling Center Administrative Assistant:
Pam Marcello
Phone: (585) 670-0811 FAX: (585) 670-0808
Registrar School Records/Transcript:
Jodi Gloskey
Phone: (585) 670-8033
Fax: (585) 670-8030
Webster Thomas High School Counselors
A-Ci  Carolyn Charleton - 670-8060 Le-O  Felice Prindle - 670-0804
Cl-Gl  Susan Stacy - 670-8012 P-Sp  Tammie Salvione - 670-0806
Go-La  Richard Kieffer - 670-8046 Sq-Z  Angela Cattat - 670-8045

Four-year High School Planning

Webster Thomas High School counselors are here to help students plan their high school academic experience. The buttons below can help students and parents/guardians navigate this process.


Class Pages
HS Course
Description Book
EMCC Course
Description Book


Naviance is a comprehensive college/career readiness tool to guide students in a career and/or college path. Students may complete inventories to learn more about themselves, develop an activity resume, explore careers and colleges, and sign up to visit college representatives.



Alumni Records

If you are a previous graduate of Webster Thomas High School and need to request your high school records, please use the button below. Records available are: high school transcript, immunization record, IEP records, and 504 plan.


Records Request


The ACT (American College Testing) exam and SAT (Scholastic Aptitude Test) are college admissions exams taken by junior and senior high school students to determine their readiness for college. Webster Thomas High School provides information for these exams as well as their corresponding preliminary exams, PreACT (spring for sophomores) and PSAT (fall for juniors).


Career Exploration

High school is an exciting time for students. As they look forward to the future, the counselors at Webster Thomas High School will continuously update any available opportunities for students to explore outside of the school day.


Volunteer & Job
Bureau of
Labor Statistics

Mental Health

Webster CSD's top priority is the health and safety of our students and staff. This includes everyone's mental well-being. We understand that students and families are in need of additional support reaching beyond the academic setting. We are here to support the mental well-being of students with a focus on building and maintaining positive relationships and connections with their families.

Mental Health
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