Student Services

Meet Our Team




Stacy Gebhart

School Counselor

Stefanie Biron

Stefanie Biron

School Based Therapist




Starting February 14

College and Career Readiness (CCR) Meetings for 8th Grade:

Students and parent/guardian will meet with the school counselor to:

  • Review academic performance and class schedule
  • Utilize YouScience to research career interests and classes at GCHS that will help students explore their interests
  • Discuss the CTE Pathways offered at Grand County High School
  • Build a four-year plan for high school and beyond
  • Pre-register for 9th grade classes


Starting November 28

Annual Individual Progress Review Meetings for 7th Grade:

Students and parent/guardian will meet with the school counselor to:

  • Review academic and behavioral performance as well as, attendance.
  • Utilize YouScience to research career interests and classes at GCHS that will help students explore their interests


*An email, text, and phone call with a link to the counselor calendar will be sent out prior to February 14, allowing you to select a day and time that works best for your schedule. You may also select the button below, which will also direct you to the calendar. If there is a need to cancel, please do so within 24 hours before your scheduled appointment.



Expand student horizons with personalized aptitude discovery


YouScience is used by nearly a million students in thousands of school districts to create hyper-personalized pathways. We use proprietary artificial intelligence to uncover student aptitudes, then connect these aptitudes to careers and educational pathways designed to help students find relevance in school and confidence beyond.


Students who understand their aptitudes are empowered. They find relevance and a meaningful direction in school and beyond. YouScience Discovery is the only personalized aptitude-based college and career guidance solution available. Students simply take a series of brain games to discover their aptitudes, interests, and matching best-fit careers. Careers they never knew or thought possible.


It’s not magic. It’s 50 years of scientific proof and proprietary algorithms that unlock career success.


  • Improve student engagement
  • Knowing aptitudes makes the connection between education, career, and life relevant.
  • Empower every student
  • Equalize the playing field to support and improve diversity, equity, and inclusion.
  • Offer personalized guidance


Help each student discover the best-fit pathway that’s as unique as they are with more than 87 billion possible Discovery aptitude results.


Tackle real issues


Use results and the features in Discovery to support student engagement, work-based learning, connections with employers, and community-building.

Reality Town offers a chance for students to learn how to manage their personal money and what is needed to earn a living, for some, raise a family and experience some of the financial responsibility of being an adult. Each student was given a job and a life scenario for someone in the workforce at about age 30. They could be married, single with children, a single parent or any number of other life situations. Ms. Gebhart, the GCMS guidance counselor, puts in a lot of time and effort to ensure the success of this program and many community members volunteer to make this event successful. The students had a great time!
Volunteers Needed for Reality Town
Volunteers are needed to help students as they move from station to station in this simulation of adult roles and responsibilities. Students select an occupation according to career interests, earn a paycheck, and make financial decisions. Students see how much is deducted for taxes, social security, Medicare, and any student loan debt as well as other expenses. They have a family scenario and make financial decisions about housing, transportation, insurance, and many more. Please email Stacy Gebhart if you are available to help on that day.



So why would we suggest you add another thing to that list by joining a student organization? Because it can impact your career and student experience in a hugely positive way. Student organizations have a lot to offer. Whether you join as a member or choose to lead one, simply taking part in an extracurricular group will enhance your school experience. Gaining skills, making connections, and broadening your knowledge through a student organization will help you become a more well-rounded individual — one that’s ready to take on their future career!

Want some ideas for starting your own club?

Grand County School District Curricular and non curricular Student Groups
Club Form 

Class Change Priority List:

Schedule Change Policy

Margaret L. Hopkin Middle School creates student schedules with careful consideration to each student’s academic level and areas of interest. In order to provide consistency for parents, students, and teachers, schedule changes will be kept to a minimum. Before making a request, please review the information below to assure that you fully understand the schedule change policy.


Class Change Request Form: