The Benson counseling staff is available to help students with schedules, scholarships, college applications, and personal issues. The two Benson counselors are Amy Henry, working with students whose last names are A-L and Steve Wren, working with students whose last names are M-Z.

Check out the Counselors Newsletter!
  • Melanie Grasle
  • Counseling Secretary
  • Stephanie Schiavo
  • School Psychologist
  • Debra Fuller
  • Speech Pathologist

Forecasting Materials

Graduation Requirements:

Subject Credit Requirment
English 4 Credits
Mathematics 3 Credits
Science 3 Credits
Social Studies 3 Credits
Physical Education 1 Credits
Health Education 1 Credits
Fine Arts (or 3rd year WL) 1 Credits
Career and Tech Ed 3 Credits
World Language (same) 2 Credits
Other Electives 3 Credits



Essential Skill Requirements: Reading, Writing, and Math

Personal Ed Plan: Career Related Learning Experience, Resume, and Career Exploration

Free Tutoring Resources

Online "Tutoring" Resources

Khan Academy -

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This site allows you to enter equations and have it solve them and show you the solution! The automated problem solver may include some irrelevant information, but the sophistication of the site, at no charge, is pretty cool. The site covers a wide ranger of math subjects. I used it with some of my son's 7th grade algebra homework, and it was spot on.

This site provides helpful explanations and illustrations of math concepts in a wide range of math subjects. Some of their help pages include instructional videos.

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