Guidance Office

Phone: 207 255 3812 ext 1010
Fax: 207 255 3093

For all students

Change of Address
Please inform the Guidance Office of changes is enrollment.  If your student moves towns, please fill out the Change of Address Form

Student Emergency Form
Update contact numbers, addresses, or medical information on the Student Emergency Form.

Standardized Testing
For SAT Saturday Testing, register on College Board.
For SAT School Day, PSAT, and ASVAB dates, check with the Guidance Office and sign up for the test.
Link to the College Board and ACT websites.

For Seniors

Free Application for Federal Student Aid.
Federal Student Aid Identification Form.
College Release Form
For MMHS transcripts, test scores and recommendation letters.
This form will not be sent to colleges.

Scholarship Information

Scholarship season begins for seniors near the end of October.  Once students have submitted college applications, the next step is to find money for college.  The Guidance Office compiles a list of scholarship deadlines each year in a pdf which is emailed to students and updated periodically.  Many scholarships are local or statewide.  Only scholarships sent directly to the Guidance Offices are listed on the pdf, and these are only a small collections of scholarships available each year.  Please used the directories listed below to help you find more scholarships or stop into the Guidance Office and ask about scholarships that you are eligible for.

For emergencies

Available 24 Hours a Day, 7 Days a Week

Maine Crisis Hotline

If you are concerned about yourself or about somebody else please call the Maine Crisis Hotline

National Suicide Prevention Lifeline

If you are not in Maine, please call the National Suicide Prevention Lifeline
1-800-273-TALK (8255)

National Suicide Prevention Lifeline

Chat with a crisis counselor online:
Lifeline Crisis Chat:

The Trevor Project

Access information preventing suicide and Trevor’s unique resources for LGBTQ youth.
Trevor LifeLine: