Welcome to Ms. Gosz’s School Counseling Page!
(Please keep checking-in for more information, webpage is updated regularly.)
About Ms. Gosz:

I am happy to introduce myself as the School Counselor for Drummond Montessori Magnet School! 
This is my second year at Drummond Montessori School, but tenth year overall as a Professional School Counselor. 
I have many roles and responsibilities as a counselor, but most importantly I have the joy of working with each student throughout the school year through a variety of programs, some of which include: classroom lessons, small group counseling, individual counseling, and GoCPS High School applications. I also collaborate with school staff, faculty, administration and parents in order to best meet the needs of students.

More information regarding counseling programs:

Small Group Counseling:
A variety of small groups will be offered throughout the year to students who may benefit from spending some extra time developing academic, social, or emotional skills along with their peers, and to students who may be experiencing similar life situations. Groups can range anywhere from 2-6 members and meet for only a few weeks at a time. I try my best to meet with small groups at a time that does not take away from classroom presentations.

Individual Counseling:
Some students may benefit from short-term, one-on-one counseling regarding academic, social, or emotional challenges. If you feel your child may benefit from individual counseling, please email or call, to set up a time talk regarding the issue your child is experiencing. It is important to note that this type of counseling is not therapy, but can be very helpful for children experiencing a challenge or situation in their life. 

Classroom Guidance Lessons:

Throughout the year I will provide developmental classroom guidance lessons or social emotional lessons to different classrooms. Some of the topics we may cover include: understanding feelings of ourselves and others, peer relationships, problem-solving skills, goal-setting and decision-making, and conflict resolution.

High School Information

Most recent communication from GoCPS:

Dear GoCPS Families,

In a few weeks, we will open the final phase of this year’s GoCPS application process, which is called Selection. During the Selection phase, we will release high school results for the 2019-20 school year. In preparation for this, please review the important information below.

Accessing Your High School Offers

Round 1 high school results will be released on Friday, March 29, 2019. If you applied online, results will be posted in your online GoCPS account between 5:00 p.m. and 11:59 p.m. If you applied with a paper application, a notification letter will be sent to the primary address on your application via U.S. mail. In addition, an online GoCPS account has been opened for each paper applicant, and results will be posted there as well.  

Prior to March 29th, please log in to your GoCPS account to make sure you have the correct access credentials. If necessary, click the ‘Forgot Password’ link on the ‘Log In’ screen. If you are still unable to access your account, call the Office of Access and Enrollment at 773-553-2060, weekdays between 8 am and 6 pm, or email

Accepting or Declining Offers

Families will have until Friday, April 12, 2019, at 11:59 pm, to accept or decline offers. Any offers not accepted by that time will be automatically forfeited. For more information on GoCPS, visit GoCPS and review the Important Dates section on the home page.

Understanding High School Offers  

GoCPS features a High School Selection page to help you understand the processes behind high school selections and offer notifications. A series of videos and illustrated guides will walk you through important topics like program selection processes and the factors you should consider when deciding whether to accept or decline an offer. Before you leave for Spring Break, please review this content to understand your options.

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Need Help?

If you have questions, contact the Office of Access and Enrollment at 773-553-2060, weekdays between 8 am and 6 pm, or email