School Counseling


Welcome to Oxford High School’s Counseling Department. Our mission is to provide a developmental school counseling program that will strive to prepare each student as a “21st century lifelong learner” while focusing on personal, social, academic, and vocational exploration. The delivery of this program will be conducted through a supportive, safe, and collaborative learning environment.

Counseling Caseloads

CounselorGrade 9Grade 10 Grade 11Grade 12

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A. MancinoneA-GA-HA-HA-F
S. VelezH-LJ-MJ-LG-M


Contact List

Mancinone, Alicia
School Counseling
School Counselor
203-888-2468 x3235
McRae, Andrea
School Counseling
School Counselor
203-888-2468 x2233
Velez, Sophia
School Counseling
Director of School Counseling
203-888-2468 x3236
Connecticut Community Foundation

If you are an Oxford High Graduate with a 3.5 GPA or higher, there is a $5,000 scholarship available through the Connecticut Community Foundation general scholarship fund. Click on Apply by March 15 for first time applicants or Re-Apply by February 15 if you received a scholarship from the foundation in the past.
For more scholarships:
1.       Log on to your Naviance account
2.       Click on the College tab
3.       Scroll down to the “Scholarships and Money” section
4.       Click on Scholarship list


Naviance is a comprehensive online resource that supports career and college planning for students and parents. This Web Based program is customized for OHS students.

Students were advised to use their personal e-mail account as their username. They created their own password. If you forget your password, click on the“Forgot your password?” link. If you are having trouble with your password or account name and cannot login, please see your school counselor.

Freshman will complete a Learning Style Inventory, which will help them improve their study habits and understand their specific learning needs.

Sophomores will explore their personality types and it’s application to future careers using “Do What you Are” and “Interest Inventory”.

Junior will be trained on how to research colleges and create a portfolio for themselves. In the future, they will be able to compare their GPA, SAT scores, and other statistical information with former OHS students.

Senior will be able to track their application status and update their college acceptances.