Student Counseling Center
Our mission is to provide all students with an emotionally safe and supportive environment and to assist you with your educational and personal goals!
Upcoming Events at TCEC
The school building is currently closed during COVID-19 precautions. Please continue to work on your online E2020 courses and contact your advisor and/or counselor with any questions or concerns.
There is also a Counseling Corner Google Classroom full of great resources, so please contact your counselor to join!
- Heather Malnofski (734)203-0749 phone and text
- Michelle Mirkes (248) 289-0681 phone and text
You can also message both counselors through E2020. Stay well, and keep up the great work!
"This is my sixth school year with Ferndale Public Schools! I have three sons and a fur-son named Teddy. I enjoy scary movies, playing video games with my kids and sleeping. My favorite holidays are Halloween and Christmas!"
248-586-8902 (for advisors: Frank, Lown, Mroczkowski, Roy, Wilbert)
"I have been with Ferndale for 16 years. I enjoy cooking, spending time with my family and traveling. I am married with two children and a dog. My favorite Marvel character is The Hulk!"
248-586-8899 (for advisors: Bauer, Danek, Grand, Kinnunen, C. Lovins, J. Lovins)
Links & Resources
2018 Resource Guide - Oakland Schools — This comprehensive resource guide contains a directory of support programs and agencies available to all ages and all needs.
College & Career Resources
- Career Cruising - Career Cruising is a self-exploration and planning program that helps people of all ages achieve their potential in school, career and life.
- Big Future.org - Big Future by the College Board gives students free, comprehensive college planning resources. Students can make college plans, compare schools, access scholarships, and much more.
- Chegg - Search free scholarships, browse course reviews, get 24/7 study help and rent textbooks for a fraction of the cost of your bookstore - all in one big education-redefining student hub.
- College Score Card - The College Scorecard is an online tool, created by the United States government, for consumers to compare the cost and value of higher education institutions in the United States. It displays data in five areas:
- graduation rate
- employment rate
- average amount borrowed
- loan default rate
- MI Talent.org - An online marketplace connecting Michigan's job seekers and employers serves as a central hub linking all public and private stakeholders.
- Oak Park Career Center - The Oak Park Michigan Works office offers career and employment resources.
- Apprenticeships - Get assistance in making knowledgeable decisions concerning your professional future and career with USDOL approved registered apprenticeship programs in Michigan.
- College Board - A mission-driven organization representing over 6000 of the world's leading colleges, schools, and other educational organizations. The site features scholarship and SAT planning resources, as well as scorecards for colleges around the world.
Graduating Seniors should start filling out your financial aid on January 1st. Please do not wait. There are certain state aid deadlines of March 1st, but the sooner you complete your FAFSA, the better. See your counselor if you have questions about this.