College Counseling

Find the Right Path

The College Counseling Office at New Hampton School is committed to close communication and cooperation among the three major players: student, family, and counselor. We understand that the process has become increasingly competitive and complex, and it is our role as counselors to help families navigate the sometimes perplexing college admission landscape. 

Our counseling team consists of two full-time counselors and the Director. While we do not begin working one-on-one with students until their junior year, we engage with our ninth and tenth graders in different ways, and students are always welcome to come to our office should they have any questions.

List of 4 members.

  • Photo of Magdalena Gilman

    Magdalena Gilman 

    Director of College Counseling and Director of DEIB
  • Photo of Colin Kuusisto

    Colin Kuusisto 

    Associate Director of College Counseling
  • Photo of Connor Gorman

    Mr. Connor Gorman 

    Assistant Director of College Counseling
  • Photo of Gina Wagner

    Gina Wagner 

    Administrative Assistant, College Counseling Office

A Student-Centered Approach

Our goal is to help students reach a greater awareness of who they are, so that they can find colleges that are good matches for them. Students will continue to build upon the valuable “soft skills” developed at New Hampton: decision making, problem-solving, self-advocacy, self-reflection, and resilience. The College Counseling Office provides supportive, individualized counseling that is student-centered.

What is the college process?

Watch the webinar to hear our College Counseling and Admission Offices answer questions about the college process and how New Hampton School guides students to find their best fit.

College Athletic Recruitment Process

Each college counselor helps guide student-athletes during the college-recruiting process starting as early as the 9th grade and is available to assist students and coaches with the following:
  • Explaining recruiting protocols to maximize exposure and communication with college coaches
  • Discussing and assembling a college list based on the student’s academic and athletic interests
  • Completing recruiting questionnaires
  • Assisting committed athletes with communication of academic schedules and expectations in the admission process
  • Guiding student-athletes through the NCAA Eligibility Center registration process

College Reps, Schedule a Visit

Attention College Admission Representatives: Please use SCOIR to schedule your appointment and meet with our students.

We're located on the main floor of the Academic Research Center (ARC).

For GPS purposes, our address is:
88 Main Street
New Hampton, NH 03256

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70 Main Street, New Hampton, NH 03256 603-677-3400
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