Dina Brook
, MA, LPC, NCC  
High School Counselor
Class of 2020 & 2022
(734) 529-7008 Ext. 14007

Miranda DeBruyne, MA, LLPC, NCC  
High School Counselor
Class of 2019 & 2021
(734) 529-7008 Ext. 14008

Jami Carson
Counseling Secretary
(734) 529-7008 Ext. 14009



Parchment Exchange - Request Transcripts
Dundee Community High School has partnered with Parchment to order and send your transcript and other credentials securely. This link will open a new browser.

College 101 PowerPoint
A Parent/Student Guide to College Selection and Application

Upcoming College Representative Visits

College/Military Representative Visits 2018/2019
Juniors and Seniors must sign up in the Counseling Office, in advance, to attend the college/military meetings.

U.S. Army
1st and 3rd Thursday every month @ lunch

Khan Academy - SAT Practice
Free SAT Practice from Khan Academy, a partner with College Board. Khan Academy offers personalized SAT practice for students.
SAT Practice Instructions

Financial Aid Night Flyer

Financial Aid Night 2018-19 
Click on the link above to find important information about filing the FAFSA which opens on October 1st. 

College Night 2018

Dundee High School Course List Descriptions

8th Grade Parent Night
January 10, 2019 @ 5:00 pm in the Middle School Media Center
Click on the link above for information that will be presented at the 8th Grade Parent Night


Michigan Education and Career Pathfinder
Click on the link above to explore careers, schools and programs in Michigan to find the path that is right for you.

MSU CollegePlanningGuide.pdf
Click on the link above for tips on financing, planning and guidelines. 


Dundee High School Local Community Scholarships for the Class of 2019
Deadline: Friday March 22, 2019 by 2:00 pm to the Counseling Office.
All Dundee High School Local Community Scholarships are listed below.
Please click on each scholarship name to print a copy of each scholarship application.

Local Scholarship Instructions 2019

Beverly A. LaVoy Memorial Scholarship
Charles Schrader Memorial Scholarship
D&P Communications Scholarship
Dennis Bruck Memorial Scholarship
Douglas Brown Heinlen Scholarship
Dundee Area Business Association Scholarship
Dundee Band Boosters Scholarship
Dundee Community Schools PTO
Dundee Dragons Swim Club Scholarship
Dundee Education Association Scholarship
Dundee Elementary School Scholarship
Dundee FFA Member Scholarship
Dundee General Scholarship
Dundee Mayfly Music Festival
Dundee Student Council Scholarship
Dundee Viking Pride Booster Club Scholarship
Edgar Crawley Sr. Memorial Scholarship
Edgar Crawley Sr. Memorial Scholarship II
FFA William Root Jr. Memorial Scholarship
HFC Education Scholarship Fund
James Bond Fine Arts Scholarship
Jane Peters Fredrickson Memorial Scholarship
John & Barbara Perion Scholarship
Kit Daniels Memorial Scholarship
Kiwanis Club of Dundee
Leon Wells Scholarship Fund
Merlin Schultz memorial Scholarship
Norman and Bonnie Weyher Memorial Scholarship
Rotary Club of Dundee Area Scholarship
Sarah Augie (Petree) Memorial Scholarship
Tammy Lloyd Motylinski Memorial Scholarship
Tammy Lloyd Motylinski Memorial Scholarship II
Tiffany's Pizza Scholarship
Will Kruse Memorial Scholarship
Wilma Orr Memorial Scholarship


Michigan College
Average Requirements by
GPA & SAT Tiers

Click on the link above to see the admission requirements of the different universities and colleges in Michigan (including the University of Toledo).

SAT to ACT Test Score Conversion Tool


 Ave Maria University - The Michigan Scholarship
AXA Achievement Scholarship
The University of Toledo Herb Scholarship
American Legion Scholarships
 CardRates Scholarship
Credit Union ONE-William G. Coyne Memorial Scholarship Program
Central Michigan University - Centralis Scholarship Competition
Community Choice Foundation Scholarship
Community Foundation of Monroe County Scholarships
CMU Scholarships
Community Foundation for Southeast Michigan
Eastern Michigan University- Presidential Scholarship Competition
 Evans Scholarship for Golf Caddies
Jamie Farr Scholarship of the Toledo Community Foundation
Judith Herb College of Education Scholarship
Kelsey's Law Distracted Driving Awareness Scholarship 
 Law & Justice Scholarship
LendEDU Scholarship
MASSP Scholarship
 Metro Bureau Scholarship Application
Michigan Community Credit Union
Michigan Education Association Scholarship
Michigan Oil & Gas Producers Education Foundation Scholarship
Monroe County Community College Scholarships
Northern Michigan University Scholarship
RARE Everyday Heroes Scholarship
Recovery Village Health Care Scholarship
Robert W. Wohlgamuth Memorial Scholarship Fund
 Ronald Reagan Scholarship
Roof Family Foundation Scholarship
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Society of Women Engineers Scholarships
Student Scholarships
Thrift Shop Scholarship
Toledo Community Foundation Scholarships
Wendy's High School Heisman
United Energy Workers Healthcare Scholarship
University of Toledo Scholarships
University of Michigan - Dearborn Alumni Legacy Scholarship
University of Michigan Club of Greater Detroit Scholarships
Western Michigan Medallion Scholarship

 College Planning Resources

 Big Future College Planning 9th and 10th Grade  
 Big Future College Planning 11th Grade
 Big Future College Planning 12th Grade
 College and Career Planning Guide
 Michigan College Guide
 Michigan Education and Career Pathfinder


Graduation Requirements

Class of 2018-2021                                                


Scheduling Information

Monroe County Career Technical Course Catalog 2016-2017

Students and parents can find information regarding courses that are offered at other high schools in Monroe County.  Once students have secured their graduation requirements through Dundee High School, they may, in some cases have the flexibility necessary in their schedule to participate in one of these courses.

Helpful Information

Affording College in Michigan
Michigan College and University Website  website
Michigan College Guide
Request a Transcript be sent to a College
The Simple Dollar College Scholarship Guide
Military Information   Website

Dual Enrollment Information

Steps for Dual Enrollment:

1. Discuss your plans with your parents.

2. Meet with Mrs. Brook to discuss the Post-Secondary Enrollment Options Act. (See

3. Complete a MCCC application online at:

4. Submit an official high school transcript to MCCC.

5. Take the MCCC placement test (Accuplacer) or submit ACT scores of 18 or higher in English and reading and a 20 or higher in math or submit SAT scores.

6. Complete the dual enrollment form  Dual Enrollment Form

Admission to the college is based upon high school performance (GPA of 2.5 or higher) and placement test or ACT scores.

Once you are admitted and approved, you can register for dual enrollment classes at MCCC.


Testing Information

PSAT/NMSQT (Preliminary Scholastic Aptitude Test/National Merit Scholarship Qualifying Test)

The PSAT/NMSQT is a practice test for the SAT Reasoning. Students recieve scores in Critical Reading, Math and Writing skills.

The test is also used to determine National Merit semifinalists. Students who have outstanding scores are given the status of "commended" or "semi-finalist" in the fall of their senior year. Semi-finalists are invited to complete an application to become finalists.

The PSAT/NMSQT is given in October, usually to 11th graders.


MME (Michigan Merit Exam)

The Michigan Merit Exam is given to all juniors and eligible seniors in the State of Michigan. The test is administered over a three-day period in the Spring.

It consists of three components:

* The SAT Exam

* The ACT Work Keys - a job skilled assessment in Reading for Information, Math and Locating Information.

* Michigan Assessments (M-STEP)- in the academic areas of Science and Social Studies.

AP (Advanced Placement)

The Advanced Placement Tests are usually preceded by AP courses in a variety of subjects. Colleges and universities use the 3-hour exams, consisting of both essays and multiple choice questions, to place advanced students in more challenging classes and to award college credit. Scores range from 1 to 5. College credit or advanced standing may be granted for scores 3, 4 and 5. Tests are given mostly to 11th and 12th grade students in May.

Cost: $94 per exam.

ASVAB (Armed Services Vocation Aptitude Battery)

This test is a career exploration program developed by the Department of Defense. It is a free test that measures the aptitude in five field areas and provides an indication of your academic ability. This assessment can motivate students to learn more about themselves and the occupations they may find rewarding. It is administered in late spring to 11th or 12th graders. Taking the ASVAB does not obligate you to the military in any way.

College and Career Planning Resources

ACT Michigan Association of Collegiate Registrars
America's Promise Michigan College Access Portal 
Bureau of Labor Statistics
Big Future College Planning 9th and 10th Grade 
Military Career Guide Online
Big Future College Planning 11th Grade
NCAA Eligibility Center
Big Future College Planning 12th Grade
Occupational Outlook Handbook 
Career Cruising Peterson's Education
College The Princeton Review
College Board U.S. Department of Education
College Profiles
Job Profiles 
Know How To Go  
Mapping Your Future  

Financial Aid & Scholarship Resources

A Better Chance Go College 
CAPPEX - College & Scholarship Search Made Simple Michigan College & University Scholarships
Career Cruising
Coca Cola Scholars Michigan Education Trust
College Goal Sunday National Association of Student Financial Aid Admins
College Peas FastWeb
College Tuition Funding Sources Student
FAFSA - Free Application for Federal Student Aid  LendEDU
FAFSA4caster - Financial Aid Forecaster  
Fast Aid  
FinAid! Student Aid Resource Site  
Gates Millennium Scholars