Senior Info

Senior Updates


Are you ready to graduate?  Carefully check your academic history and speak with your counselor to ensure that you have the correct amount of credits and requirements for on time graduation.  This year will fly by so DO NOT wait!

Prom: April 14, 2018, Sydney & Berne Davis Art Center, 8:00pm

Grad Bash: April 27, 2018, Orlando, Leave from school

Academic Signing Day: May 1, 2018, SFMHS gym, 12:30pm

Senior Awards Night: May 15, 2018, SFMHS auditorium, 6:00pm

Graduation Practice (Mandatory): May 17, 2018, SFMHS gym, 8:00am

Graduation: May 19, 2018-Germain Arena, 2:30pm

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Guide to Graduation!


  • Students may visit for more information on changes to the FAFSA this year.
  • Please read important policy information about attendance and how credit may be affected.

Navigating your financial future!

Mrs. Mazza (A-C)

Bonnie Mazza received her undergraduate degree in psychology from the University of Massachusetts and masters degree in guidance and counseling from Argosy University. She's been a school counselor for 17 years and is the head of the counseling department at South. She LOVES working with students! 

Questions? email me

Ms. Warrick (D-He)

Sara Warrick is a graduate of Grand Valley State University (BS Psychology and Education) and Florida Gulf Coast University (MA Counseling and Mental Health Counseling). Mrs. Warrick has been in the School District of Lee County for over 16 years, prior to that she spent 2 years in Palm Beach County.  She oversees the Take Stock in Children and STAMP programs at South.

Questions? email me

Mrs. Gorman (Hi-Me)

Melissa Gorman received a degree in Spanish and Secondary Education from the University of Mary Washington and a Master’s degree in Counseling from Florida Gulf Coast University.  This is her third year as a school counselor and her second year here at South. Melissa works with students interested in playing sports and being recruited in college. She makes sure they are registered with NCAA and that they are taking the correct classes to qualify them to play.

Questions? email me

Mrs. Roback (Mi-Ro)

Winter Roback grew up in Northern Idaho and received her Bachelor of Science in Psychology and Child Development from the University of Idaho and earned her Master’s Degree in School Counseling. After graduation, Winter decided she was tired of all the cold and snow, and moved to Fort Myers and has been working as a school counselor since 2010. Winter works with the AP Capstone program and coordinates the AP testing.

Questions? email me

Ms. Tracy (Ru-Z)

Michelle was born and raised in Miami, Florida. She started her Bachelor’s in Psychology at the University of Miami and finished it here in Fort Myers at Barry University. She has her Master’s in School Counseling from Argosy Univerity in Sarasota. She has worked in education for over 20 years. Michelle worked with underrepresented populations at FSW (formerly Edison State College) to be successful not only at the college level, but to move on to earn their Bachelor’s and Graduate degrees as well. In 2014, she decided to move to the high school leve with the idea that she could help students before they moved onto college. Michelle tracks college admissions and scholarships offered, works diligently on updating current scholarships, informing seniors of these important scholarship opportunities and signing students up for Bright Futures Scholarships.

Questions? email me

Resources for Those Interested in a College Education

  • Here is a fantastic college comparative matrix!
  • http://www.AccreditedOnlineColleges.Org/Florida/, is a comprehensive and informative resource that ranks each university in America by size, degrees offered, tuition costs, admission rates, graduation rates, and retention rates. The schools are randomly chosen and included by a team of researchers. It is free and will remain free as an educational resource for those who are interested in getting both online and offline degrees.
  • Tuition may vary for online college courses based on factors including the type and location of the institution as well as the program. Each year, students around the state received an estimated $3 Billion worth of financial aid to help offset tuition costs.
  • is an excellent website that helps students apply to college and for financial aid. Students just choose their colleges, and the website shows them a list of all their requirements and deadlines, and will text/email the students as the deadlines get closer. Counselors can also monitor all their students' progress.


  • is where a student can sign up for the SAT exam, retrieve test scores and get FREE practice tests/test taking tips.
  • is where a student can sign up for the ACT exam, retrieve test scores and get FREE practice tests.
  • is a FREE SAT Prep program online with over 100 math, reading, and writing study guides, 5000 SAT vocabulary flash cards and SAT practice tests.

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