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2351 Clarkson Rd, Chesterfield, MO 63017 | Phone (636) 891-6000 | Fax (636) 891-8819

Guidance and Counseling

​​​​​​​Welcome to Marquette's Guidance and Counseling Webstite! 

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Contact your Guidance Counselor at (636) 891-6025.

If there is ever an emergency or you fear for someone’s safety, please contact 911 and/or your local hospital.​​​​​​​​​

Counselor Assignments: 

​​​Last Nam​e​


A - C​

Ms. Layla Torgoley        (636) 891-6025

D - Ho

Mr. Jeff Marx                 (636) 891-6025

Hu - Mc

Ms. Paula Ake               (636) 891-6025

Me - Sa

​Mrs. Fran Kremer​          (636) 891-6025

​Sc - Z

​Mrs. Suzy Jaworoski​      (636) 891-6025


2020-2021 Course Guide

The '20-'21 Course Catalog is online. Please visitRockwood's Curriculum website.

Summer Academy

  • For online classes that begin on June 3rd, the drop date is June 5th to drop a course without receiving an F.
  • For online classes that begin on July 6th, the drop date is July 8th to drop a course without receiving an F. 

For additional information regarding summer school courses, please visit theSummer Academy website​.​

Upcoming Events:

  • Senior Orientation - Wed, Aug 12, 8:00 - 10:00 am
  • Junior Orientation - Wed, Aug 12, 11:00 - 1:00 pm
  • Freshmen Social/Parent Meeting Wed, Aug 12, 7:00 - 8:00 pm
  • Sophomore Orientation - Thurs, Aug 13, 8:00 - 10:00 am
  • Freshmen Orientation - Thurs, Aug 13, 11:00 - 1:00 pm
  • Freshmen Transition Day - Thurs, Aug 20, 11:30 - 2:09 pm
  • MHS Open House – Thurs, Aug 27, 6:30 p.m. – 8:00 pm

Mission Statement:

All students will be valued and provided results-based instruction in the areas of Career, Academic, and Personal Social Development, through a comprehensive guidance program, as they acquire skills, abilities and attitu​des that empower them to be lifelong contributing members of society.

The Marquette Guidance Program is a comprehensive model which incorporates four programmatic components.

Curriculum: consists of activities of structured developmental experiences presented systematically through classroom and/or group activities for grades nine through twelve.  The curriculum is organized around three major areas:

  • Knowledge of Self and Others
  • Educational and Vocational Planning
  • Career Planning and Exploration

Individual Planning: consists of activities that help all students plan, monitor, and manage their own learning as well as their personal and career development.  Individual planning is implemented through such strategies as advisement, appraisal (analysis of student ability and achievement), ​and team meetings.

Responsive Services: consists of activities to meet immediate needs and concerns of students whether these needs or concerns require information, consultation, counseling, or referral.

System Support: consists of management activities that establish, maintain, and enhance the comprehensive guidance program.  This component is implemented and carried out through activities in the following areas:

  • Professional Development
  • Staff and Community Relations
  • Consultations with Teachers
  • Advisory Councils
  • Community Outreach​

 Frequently Asked Questions

​When you come to the guidance office, you will first speak with Mrs. Loudon, the guidance secretary.  Once an appointment has been scheduled, a pass will be given to you.  It is your responsibility to be there for your appointment.  Keep in mind that there may be unforeseen delays, but Mrs. Loudon will work with you to arrange a time that will work for both you and your counselor.​

​Credit Requirements for Grade Classification 

Students are classified by grade level according to credits earned.  Classification begins with the number of credits earned by the student at the beginning of the current school year.

2018 graduates and beyond need the following:

​To be classified in 10th grade, must have 6 credits; 11th grade, must have 12 credits, 12th grade, must have 18 credits.

The requirements for graduation can be found in the Eureka High School Gourse Guide.

​Current students obtain their transcript from Theresa Esslinger, college secretary.  She can be contacted at (636)-733-3145.

Prior graduates obtain their transcript from Permanent Records at (636)-733-2118.

​Work permits can be obtained from Mrs. Friedmann in the main office.

For a phone number or e-mail address change, please call the registrar, Susan Witkowski, at (636)-733-3134.

For an address change, you will need to bring in a proof of residency to Susan Witkowski​, located in the guidance office.  Proof of residency can be in the form of one of the following: deed, sales contract, lease/rent contract, real estate tax receipt (current), or utility bill (unpaid). 

To register a student for attendance at Eureka High School, the following documents are needed:

  • ​A completed NEW STUDENT INFORMATION packet (obtained in the guidance office), signed by parent or guardian and notarized
  • An official Birth Certificate
  • Proof of Residency – Two of the following are required: the only acceptable proofs are the paid receipt for personal property tax, an unpaid utility bill (gas, water, electric, or sewer only).  * If you have just recently moved into our area and no utility bill has been received, the lease or closing contract on place of residence is required.
  • Immunization records to include 2 measles shots, a DT booster in the last 10 years and Hepatitis B for students in the class of 2004 and the future.  Students must have a physical if he/she has not had one within a year of their first day of classes at Eureka High School (if a student has had a recent physical, we need a copy of it.
  • Proof of custody if the students does not live with both biological parents
  • Last report card or transcript
  • Documentation for students with Special School District needs
  • An appointment is necessary in order to register your students.  Be sure to call ahead to schedule a time with the appropriate counselor.
  • All documents are needed in order to complete the enrollment process.  The process is pending until the information is received.  If you have any questions as to what is needed or to schedule an appointment, contact the Guidance Office at (636)-733-3125.

 Contact Information