Dr. Natalie Gaudette (Grades 11 & 12)

Counselor Bio: Dr. Gaudette has been a Professional School Counselor at CMIT Academy North High School since the 2016-17 School Year after graduating from the University of Maryland, College Park School of Education with a Master’s of Education in School Counseling. Originally coming to Maryland from Connecticut, Dr. Gaudette attended the University of Maryland, College Park for her Bachelor’s Degree before completing a year of service as a City Year AmeriCorps Member working at Kramer Middle School in Southeast DC. Dr. Gaudette is passionate about postsecondary education access for all students and believes that all students have the ability to succeed if given the resources and support to do so. As such, Dr. Gaudette successfully defended her Doctoral Dissertation in the Fall of 2022 focused on increasing racial representation in high school leadership programs. In Dr. Gaudette’s free time, she volunteers with the HOBY Youth Leadership Organization, spends time with her two cats, eats sushi, and regularly makes solo skydiving jumps!

Contacting Dr. Gaudette: Email is Dr. Gaudette’s preferred mode of communication. You can reach her at Please reach out to Dr. Gaudette via email if you would like to set up an appointment. Appointments can be made for in-person meetings, phone conferences, or Zoom/Google Hangout sessions.

Mr. Jose Conde (Grades 9 & 10)

Counselor Bio: Mr. Conde began his career in education as an English Teacher in Prince George’s County Public Schools. He worked as a middle school RELA teacher for 10 years at CMIT North Middle School and transitioned to CMIT North High School as a Professional School Counselor. He graduated from the University of Maryland, University College with a BA in English in 2006 and from Bowie State University in 2016. Mr. Conde grew up in Prince George’s County, and his roots in the county fuel his commitment to providing his best educational services possible to students in the CMIT family. Mr. Conde believes in the importance of equity and inclusion for all students to achieve their full potential and to realize their academic and career goals. In his free time, Mr. Conde loves to volunteer at his church, spend time with family and friends, exercising, and reading.

Contacting Mr. Conde: The best way to contact Mr. Conde is by email at Please feel free to contact him to make an appointment.

Below you will find the CMIT Academy North High School Counseling Department Mission and Vision statements, which were written in alignment with the High School’s overall Mission and Vision.

School Counseling Program Mission Statement
The School Counselors at CMIT Academy North aim to guide students in their journey to successful and fulfilling futures by providing them with a safe, compassionate, and supportive learning environment in which they feel empowered to lead themselves towards achieving their maximum potential in academic, social/emotional, and college and career goals.

School Counseling Program Vision Statement
The CMIT Academy North School Counseling Department aims to empower students to become high-achieving leaders in their schools, families, and communities, preparing them to achieve their maximum potential in post-secondary education and professional career fields.

School CEEB Code

For your convenience, the College Entrance Examination Board Code for CMIT is 210722.

Pathways to College Handbook

This handbook provides a chronological map of suggested dates, deadlines, and steps to take in regards to preparing for the college application process, obtaining financial aid and scholarships, and accepting and heading to a college. The guide was made by the Department of Student Services and the Offices of College Readiness and School Counseling. You can download the handbook here.

Bullying, Harassment, and Intimidation Prevention

Bullying, harassment, and intimidation have no place at CMIT. Whether it happens in the hallways, in the cafeteria, or online, such behavior can create hostile learning environments that interfere with students’ ability to strive academically, emotionally, and physically. Bullying is unwanted behavior that involves a real or perceived power imbalance. The behavior is repeated over time with the intent to cause harm. Bullying behavior may include: making threats, spreading rumors, attacking someone physical or verbally, and deliberately excluding someone from a group.

If you would like to report instances of bullying, harassment, or intimidation, please complete the Bullying, Harassment, or Intimidation Reporting form available electronically here. Meetings will be held with each involved party to discuss findings and develop a plan of support.

Maryland Minor Work Permit

Students do not get Work Permits from the high school. In order to apply for a work permit, students may go to the following link for online forms and more information: Per the linked website, work permits are required for all minors under the age of 18 to work in Maryland. Work permits are not issues to anyone under the age of 14. Work permits are not issued to anyone under 18 until they have been offered a job and a new permit must be obtained if the minor changes jobs. Work permits are attained online with the student and their parent.

Maryland Driver’s Permits

Students interested in earning their Driver’s Permit in the state of Maryland should go to the following link for more information: If the student is under the age of 16, they must provide a form called the DL-300 during their permit application process. This form gives information about attendance and verification of identity and must be submitted in a sealed, unopened envelope. Previously, the form had to be completed by the student/parent and then the second half would be completed by the school. However, the form has been updated and can now be completed by the student and parent alone. The form is available for download here for your convenience.


College Knowledge Night December 2020
Communication at a Stay-at-Home World
College Applications 101
Academic Transitions and Study Skills
Stress Management Presentation

Personal Safety Lessons

Transcript Requests

There are many ways to request a copy of your transcript. Please read the different options below to determine the best method for your individual needs.

Are you a current CMIT student that needs a transcript in HARD COPY?

  • Please submit a request through ScribOrder and in the Special Instructions section, please indicate that you need the transcript in hard copy.
  • Once you have submitted the request through ScribOrder, please also send a follow-up email to Transcript Manager, Ms. Gaudette ( to identify a pick-up date and time.
  • The link for ScribOrder is:
  • Students should allow up to 5 school days to complete the request as transcripts are typically prepared on Mondays.
  • One envelope must be submitted to Ms. Gaudette (in advance of the ScribOrder request) for each official transcript that is requested. If a student needs an unofficial transcript, an envelope is not needed.
  • Please note: this option may not be available if staff members are not in the building during breaks and/or periods of virtual learning.

Are you a SENIOR applying to college, applying for a scholarship, or attending an on-site admissions session?

  • Please click the link below and submit all of the requested information for your college applications, scholarship applications, or on-site admissions appointments.
  • For college applications, you will be required to submit a screenshot that shows you have already submitted your application, so make sure you have done that already before requesting materials!
  • Note: This includes both electronic submissions and hard copy mailers
  • Class of 2023 Materials Request Form
  • Please note: Students must submit a separate Materials Request Form for each college, scholarship, or on-site admissions session they need materials for. Each request must be submitted at least 3 school days prior to their deadline (or 3 days before their pick-up date for hard copy materials).

Are you a current CMIT student that needs a transcript sent electronically to YOU (student/parent) directly?

  • You must use the ScribOrder website if you need a transcript sent to YOU directly via email. This will allow you to save and send/upload to various applications or print out at home if you need a hard copy.
  • Students should allow up to 5 school days to complete the request as requests are typically fulfilled on Mondays.
  • The link for ScribOrder is:

Are you a current CMIT student that needs a transcript emailed to an organization, job, internship, etc.?

  • If you would like a transcript sent electronically to someone/somewhere that is not you, please complete your request on ScribOrder and indicate the additional transcript destination information in the Special Instructions section.
  • The link for ScribOrder is:
  • Note: This is the best option to do as well if you need a transcript uploaded to the NCAA Eligibility Center
  • If you need a transcript mailed to another destination, you will need to pick it up and mail it yourself and should follow the instructions above for requesting a hard copy transcript.
  • Students should allow up to 5 school days to complete the request as requests are typically fulfilled on Mondays.

Are you a CMIT Alumni or a student who no longer attends CMIT?

  • You can use the ScribOrder website if you need a transcript sent to YOU directly via email. This will allow you to save and send/upload to various applications or print out at home.
  • If you need the transcript in HARD COPY – you must submit the request through ScribOrder and then immediately send a follow-up email to Transcript Manager, Ms. Gaudette ( to identify a pick-up date and time.
  • The link for ScribOrder is:
  • You can also use ScribOrder (linked above) if you need the transcript sent to another location electronically (such as a new high school or internship, etc.).
  • Students should allow up to 5 school days to complete the request as requests are typically fulfilled on Mondays.

Scheduling Process