Mrs. Fees- Academic Counselor - Sussex Academy of Arts and Sciences

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Mrs. Fees- Academic Counselor

Welcome to the Academic Counseling Department

Mrs. Fees, Academic Counselor


    Phone:    (302) 856-3636, ext.




Order Credentials from Parchment

Sussex Academy HS has partnered with Parchment to order and send your transcript and other credentials securely. Click on the "order my transcript" button above.  This link will open a new browser.

Dates to Keep in Mind

September 15:  Senior Parent night

October 17-18:  College Application Week kickoff

November1 and January 10: FAFSA Walkthrough and Completion workshop

Nov. 30 - Paying for College workshop

(all events start at 6:00 pm)


Summer college tour trip!

July 31- August 3

Click here to view tentative itinerary

Click here to view preliminary agreement

Money and signed agreement due by June 24;  first come, first served

College Planning Information


    Information and practice tests for the SAT and PSAT college admission tests.  Lots of information about careers, college selection, and more!  Get their "question of the day" app and use it to help you feel more confident on test day!  Use the "Big Future" link to search for colleges and learn more about the application process.


     Information and practice tests for the ACT college admission test.  Most colleges now accept this test; many schools will look at only the better of your SAT or ACT scores, so try both!  There's lots of information about career and college planning here, too.




Career Cruising (SSP)

      SSP starts here!  Your username is your six digit school ID, and your password is another number assigned by Career Crusing (Mrs. Fees will give these out, but just ask if you need yours).  Use this resource to search for careers and career information, find colleges, and record your service and extracurricular activities.


Delaware Scholarship Compendium

      The Delaware Scholarship Compendium is available online to find hundreds of local and national scholarships.  While most are intended for seniors, there are some available for underclassmen as well.

Loads of great resources about planning, applying, and paying for college.  Incredible source of LOTS of trustworthy and current information about college!

                                                               Click to find out how to go to college for FREE

Our Goals


Maintain high academic performance

Foster critical, independent thinking and reflection

Ensure a safe, respectful school environment

Advocate personal growth and responsibility

Provide opportunities for individual and group success

Model and encourage collaborative decision making

Facilitate ongoing professional development

Encourage parental involvement and partnerships

Promote service and community partnerships

Instill environmental awareness and social consciousness

Develop technological competence