Western Dubuque High School at Epworth
Address: 302 5th Ave. SW | Epworth , IA 52045
Phone: (563) 876-3442
Fax: (563) 876-5512
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Mission
The mission of the Western Dubuque Community School District's comprehensive school guidance program is to enhance each student's ability to acquire knowledge, attitudes, and skills in the academic, career, and personal/social domains to become life-long learners and responsible citizens.
 
Contact: 
Casey Bryant, Counselor (A-K)
(563) 876-3442 ext. 3006

Carrie Edgin, Counselor (L-Z)
(563) 876-3442 ext. 3007
 
Becky Gasper, Administrative Assistant
(563) 876-3442 ext. 3005

Laura Foust, Mental Health Counselor
(563) 876-3442 ext. 3036
  
Welcome to the Counseling Center
 
The College-Career Planning Center 
The College-Career Planning center is located in the Counseling Office. This room is available to all seniors and their parents from the hours of 7:30 am to 4:00 pm. This room has 4 computers that may be used to research and/or apply to colleges or for scholarships. There is a lot of information that is posted on colleges and special events that are happening at college during this school year.
  
Registering for the Selective Service
Male students who are 18 must register with the selective services with in 30 days of turning 18 by law. Students can register online at www.sss.gov at age 17 years 3 months. The information can be stored electronically and then registration will be done automatically on their 18th birthday.
ACT Information
 ACT study guides are available in the counseling office. You can register by visiting www.actstudent.org. You must download a picture when registering. Please allow about an hour to complete the registration process.

Most students take the ACT during the April or June date their junior year. Sophomores are also encouraged to take this test on one of those dates to gain exposure to the test. Students should plan to take the ACT at least twice. Taking the ACT early and more than once gives you the opportunity to retest if you feel your scores do not accurately reflect your abilities and it is beneficial your senior year when you need test scores to apply for colleges and scholarships.

School Code: 161505 
 
Test Dates for 2017-2018:
  • September 9th
  • October 28th 
  • December 9th
  • February 10th
  • April 14th(WDHS location)
  • June 9th
  • July 14th
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